Apr 03

The Hawk

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The Hawk The Barracuda. Almost a glider, this dart requires folding accuracy for its clever nose section but it flies and satisfies when well made. This snub nosed dart allows many variations in the size and shape of the wings … Continue reading

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Apr 03

The Marling

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The Marling The Paper Airplane The Marling. The Marling is a easy to Fold paper airplane. You need a paper sheet size Letter. This plane has Variations on the schoolyard specials that are fun to fold and fun to fly. … Continue reading

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Apr 03

The Dagger

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The Dagger The Paper Airplane The Dagger was one of the earliest interceptor planes it´s ever designed. The first was constructed back in 1991, and it remained the most effective plane in this area until the Piranha was designed in … Continue reading

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Apr 03

The Needle

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The Needle The Needle, based on the web access logs, have been one of the most popular paper airplane in this page, so here I present the newest addition to the series of hunters. Interestingly, no two of the ‘hunters’ … Continue reading

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Apr 02

The Origami X-Hunter

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The Origami X-Hunter The X Hunter is the leading-edge extension plane with the extra tabs folded into something a bit more menacing than landing gear. This plane has a lot of stability and can fly very far. Has a tendency … Continue reading

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