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Post  andrew Tue May 30, 2017 9:52 am

On occasion I get requests for a copy of Randy Randolph's BeeTween plans. This was originally published as a pull-out in Model Airplane News. The only copy I had was a rough jpg that could be used for building, but was far from ideal. A clean PDF has just been loaded onto the OuterZone site and includes the original article. The following link will get you a download of the plan.

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Post  fit90 Tue May 30, 2017 11:31 am

I buitl one of those with the pullout plans. It was a great flying little plane, not terribly aerobatic but still very fun! It should be even better with today's much lighter batteries and radio gear.
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