Mystery Tailless Construction
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Mystery Tailless Construction




Below are a series of photos taken during the construction of the Mystery Tailless as well as a series of views of the finished model.

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Fuelage stood up on its nose to ensure the front former is glued square and in alignment.

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Blue tape holds windows in place while the glue dries.

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To mount the wing struts I inserted 1/32" wire into the top and bottom. I made small holes in the ribs before inserting the wires. Once I was satisfied with the position of the wires I placed a drop of CA glue where each wire is inserted to secure them.

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Gun made from aluminum tube and glass beads.

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Built exactly to plan, the plane took its maiden flight, then flew out of sight with only 50% winds of the motor. A very stable flyer. A tribute to Dave Stott and his guidance. - Dave Niedzielski

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08/01/17 01:30 AM (EDT)