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>> Home > Forum > Plans! > huntsman plan
huntsman plan
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big-tone
(Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 3
9th Aug 2017 21:08  
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hi all looking for plan for the 46"fairey huntsman. I have been checking wed sites but cant find any.wondering if anyone has a set that I could copy or know if still available
thanks tony

canabus
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 57
10th Aug 2017 07:40  
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Hi big-tone
I found a 42" Vic Smeed plan on EBay.
Hope this helps.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Scale-1-8-42-Radio-Control-M...
Canabus

big-tone
(Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 3
10th Aug 2017 09:05  
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Thanks cannabis but that's the 28' version without back cabin mine is the 31'

Black Dog Jack
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 3
11th Aug 2017 16:12  
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Model Boats magazine January 2016 ncluded a free plan of a Huntsman 31 complete with photos and a step by step build guide. Unfortunately the model is 24". I also wanted a bigger model so I redrew the plan double size. It wasn't too difficult and only took a couple of evenings with a some lining paper from B&Q and a calculator and voila! At the moment I am planking the roof of the cabins and trying to decide between a brushless motor and an old Weston rare earth brushed motor I used to use for fast electrics. The article in MB also ran into February 2016 where all the fiddly finishing bits were described, also with many photos.
I expect one can obtain back issues from their web site. Anyone interested in Huntsmen should get these two issues for the detail alone.

big-tone
(Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 3
11th Aug 2017 18:13  
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thanks for the info will take a look see if I can get the back issue. mine is a 46 inch refurb I picked on ebay going to strip back and bring back to former glory as its about 50 years old I was told

Gravedigger47
(Chief Petty Officer)





Forum Posts: 3
12th Aug 2017 20:30  
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You must be very lucky,
I have m/b 2016 right through but never saw a free plan will have to look again.
Hope its there 👍

Black Dog Jack
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 3
13th Aug 2017 07:59  
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Now you mention it, I might have got carried away there! I now think I must have sent off for the plans after reading the two articles. Apologies guys. (Sulks and shuffles off, head down).

ChrisF
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 6
7th Sep 2017 23:59  
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Big Tone - what you have sounds like a Huntsman built from the Precedent kit.

Plans are sometimes on EBay for the drawings for other kits but I've never seen any for the Precedent. But be wary of the EBay offerings - I've bought drawings and the templates have been very poorly traced/drawn and are almost useless and I've had to redraw them.

But as regards the Precedent I have one, bought already built and done pretty well so if you want any photos let me know.

Chris


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