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BJ-1 DUSTER

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Barry_Cole
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I put it down to superior piloting......

:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

BC

Tonyh
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Hold on Barry hasn`t built 2 models in the past year, Has he!!

DG1000

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Chris,

Many thanks for all the other BJ-1 build photo's.

Geoff

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Barry_Cole
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Tonyh wrote:Hold on Barry hasn`t built 2 models in the past year, Has he!!
At least.....

:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

BC

john greenfield
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Barry_Cole wrote:
Tonyh wrote:Hold on Barry hasn`t built 2 models in the past year, Has he!!
At least.....

:oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:

BC
Could not even finish the sentence ...let alone a model !!! :lol:
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chris williams
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A quick look at the motor/cowl arrangement and the top removable decking
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chris williams
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More views of the cowl, tailplane, and TE airbrake set up...
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chris williams
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Some more detail pics. The aileron gaps are sealed with thin Mylar strips
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chris williams
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More finished model detail...
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andynrose315
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evening all. i’m looking for a build to do over the next few weeks (!). i would love to go for the petrel )3.4) but my building area is too small. just wondering what options there might be and considering the duster. googling did not turn up much so wondering what the experience of this glider is.

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