Heavy Stunt

By Bruce Hunt

Bruce Hunt is the AMA Dist. XI representative to the Precision Aerobatics Model Pilots Association. A resident of Salem, Ore., Bruce is an expert precision aerobatics flier who also actively competes in Classic and P-40, and he produces stunt contest videos. He's a former telephone executive and now is a high school science teacher. Bruce shares his stunt expertise in his regular Flying Lines column.

Bruce is shown at right with his Shark, which captured the 2006 Vintage Stunt Champion trophy, recognizing Bruce as the top Classic/Old-Time Stunt flier in the Northwest. All of Bruce's points were scored using the Shark in Classic Stunt.

March 2010 column: What do judges look for in a well-flown pattern?

May 2009 column: Practicing the pattern -- better bottoms

January 2009 column: Flying in the wind

December 2006 column: Improving your pattern: How does it feel?

March 2006 column: Why do we fly?

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This page was updated March 24, 2010