Re: looking for plastic propellers for rubber power!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I forgot to mention. I'm in the Ottawa, Canada area.
Hi,
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> I'm in a model airplane crisis. I am doing a workshop showing children how
> to fly rubber powered planes but I don't have enough of those red plastic > propellers.
>
> Sorry for a cross post but I am aware that the kinds of stores that carry
> what I'm looking for also carry RC planes and/or RC cars.
>
> I desperately need some propellers. Or some mechanism of making them that is
> really easy. I know the whole business of strapping the balsa onto a coke
> can but that particular technique might be a bit much for younger children.
>
> I'm looking for a store that has them. If anyone sees them or has any that
> they can sell, please contact me!
>
> I know I can "contact the local" hobby store, but I've done all that. I've
> been phoning around and I can't seem to find any. Everywhere I've found has
> them on "back order" with no known fulfilment date.
>
> So if you see them please tell me the store where you saw them so I can
> attempt to telephone them and have them sent over.
>
> The Sig 5 inch (or 5.5 inch) is great. I'll also settle for the Peck
> Polymers or the Guillows as well. The Peck is the best but they don't ship
> with the plastic thing that you stick on the front of the plane to hold it
> in place as far as I know.
>
> There are pictures of all these at:
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You have to register at that site to see them (or just email me and I'll
> send you the pictures).
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>
> Darcy
> Ottawa: 613.563.4444 extension 8
> snipped-for-privacy@7S7i7t7e7w7a7r7e7.com
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> If you want to email me, please remove the 7's from my email.
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Darcy
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Sounds like the ones used in the AMA Delta Dart kits for kids. Try Midwest here:
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Jeff Bean
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Jeff Bean
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Is Peck Polymers still in business? They sold a number of items for small, rubber-powered aircraft. Do a Google search for them.
Morris
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Morris Lee

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