Blog mission statement.

This Blog is all about the building and flying of the Correx Mig-7 originally designed by Dave West

The Mig-7 is a scale R/C Aircraft constructed primarily of corrugated plastic and ply wood.

Comments and questions are very welcome.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Maitland Mig-7 Fly-In, 15 Augaust 2010.

Although it was a Mig fly-in, there were plenty other planes around.

Pocket Rocket...LIMIT-EX!!..with sanding sealer drying in flight.

All of 530mm span and 225g.

Ready to Maiden, Alain to launch.

Some scale.

Shauns Hawk.

Very pretty.

Darons Impala did not make the beach for the landing.

Very pretty.

Into the African sunset.

Daron preparing his Impala for flight.

Morne takes the long walk after running out of lift.

The Jart look.

Brad gives Morne's Jart the heev.

Barry only maidened his Mig the day before and was sloping it the day after. This the first time he ever sloped. You got b**ls Barry!!

Eight of the nine Migs in the air.

Bertus' Mig shining in the late Winter Sun.

Damage to Brads Mig after a mid-air with a Zaggi. The Zaggi looked worse. Watch this space to see the repair.

Bretton on the long walk.

Warren on his long walk. No idea what caused the downward spiral.

Donald launching Warrens glider.

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