As usual, I find myself with another great flyer to test for the magazine. This week I got the very nice Bind n fly (BNF) SE5a Scout WW1 fighter from parkZone. This airplane took less than an hour to assemble and it is very nicely detailed. Also, it is nicely sized and very ruggedly designed so it will operate easily out of parks and school ball fields that don't have closely cut grass runways! I especially like that it is a model of an actual WW1 airplane. This being A/C #B4863 "G". A google search reviels that it was flown by Capt. James Thomas Byford McCudden of 56 Sqn., RFC, France, September 1917.


To see more photos and to leave a comment, please check out my post at: http://www.modelairplanenews.com/blo...nf-sneak-peek/ on the MAN website. Love to hear what you have to say.