1910 Barnwell Monoplane

 

Build Thread

 

Wing Span; 46”  Wing Area; 310 sq. in.  Length; 28.5”  Flying weight; 8 oz.

 

Power; GWS IPS “A” Drive, 5 amp ESC w/ BEC, GWS 9-7 or 10-4.7 Prop, and a Kokum 700 mah 2 cell Lipoly Battery.

 

Guidance is 3 ch. R/C with 2 servos: 1 ea. Rudder and Elevator, using the Spektrum DX-6 radio.

 

 

            The Barnwell Monoplane is a terrific little Park Flyer for those with a flair for the unusual and a love for the pioneers of early aviation. The model is slow and docile, and can be easily flown in smaller venues. The model requires intermediate building skills; some “stick framing” experience would be very helpful, and is of all wood construction.

 

            Flying the Barnwell requires only intermediate flying skills, and would make a terrific first “Early Bird”.

 

            The Short Kit contains 2 highly detailed 36” X 48” plan sheets with parts patterns provided, and 5 laser cut (4 balsa 1 plywood) sheets.

 

You can order the Short Kit  here:    Short Kits    Price: $52.95