Toss It Entry: Best Flying Airplane

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This is one of the best flying paper airplanes(if you build it rite),thats what this instructable is for. And it is one of my favorites!
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Step 1: Folding Step Uno (1)

First take a sheet of note book paper(preferably, you'll see why later) and turn it upside down.Where the lines start count up 4 spaces.Fold the top down to that line.

Step 2: Folding Step Dose (2)

Now fold it in half vertically. Now unfold it and fold the top two corners down to the center line as shown.

Step 3: Folding Step Trece (3) - to Finish

Now fold the tip down about 1/2 an inch from the button of the corners as shown. Fold the plane in half. Nows the part were you need to pay attention. To fold the wings perfect, witch gives this plane its signature performance. At the front measure up 3/4" and mark it. Then at the back measure up 1 1/4" from the bottom. Don worry if your confused I have a detailed picture.Now fold this angle. Now all you have to do is give it a flame job and your done. Experiment with adding weight as needed, but i think its fine like it is! The embed video didnt work so heres the link. If any one is in to WWI aircraft heres a opposite where A can print out designs to make 3D Flying Paper Models.. I have a picture below of one.

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    10 years ago on Introduction

    That was probably one of the best airplanes I've ever used! It glided across the room, hit the ceiling, swooped back, did a U-turn and flew back across the room! Brilliant. ; )