Flying wing

I've seen an electric powered flying wing at a forgotton online store. This
model is a copy of a privately funded project of a real aircraft. Does
anyone know what this aircraft is called?
TIA
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Pete
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| I've seen an electric powered flying wing at a forgotton online store. This | model is a copy of a privately funded project of a real aircraft. Does | anyone know what this aircraft is called?
You don't give us much to go on :)
The arch-typical R/C flying wing is the Zagi, with it's myriad versions and scores of clones (many of which are better than the originals.) Generally they fly ok, but their real claim to fame is their indestructability.
The B-2 Bomber is probably the most famous flying wing, though it's certainly not privately funded. There have been a few R/C planes made to look like one, perhaps that's it? I've also heard of scale models of the B-49 and YB-49, but I don't know if that's what you're talking about either.
(If you're not familiar with these planes, google for them and find pictures. Or just google for "flying wing" -- you'll find lots. The google image search may help as well.)
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Doug McLaren
One such model is the 'Slinger' by Great planes. Based on the B2. I have one myself, flies well but I was not too impressed with the covering over the foam.
Mike
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Mike
The Klingberg Wing was a hang glider. I had the kit and it showed the full size version on the box. However, it's no longer being produced. There was also an "RC Ultra Light" kit that was a frame and seat under a V-shaped wing.
Morris
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Morris Lee

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