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Game Composites GB1 GameBird
The GameBird was bugun in 2013, when aerobatic pilot and designer Philipp Steinbach and a small team started drawing the initial shape of the airplane. The design was created using CAD software in England, where all of the initial development was done.
The GameBird is a versatile aerobatic airplane, with quick handling characteristics, capable of unlimited aerobatics at plus and minus 10 G with a roll rate of 400 degrees per second at 200 kias. However, with the ability to quickly shift its CG with a removable 25-pound weight in the tail section, the airplane can go from an unlimited aerobatic performer to a stable cross-country platform with an impressive 1,000 nm range. There is also a 30-pound baggage compartment for added versatility.
Even with the international move to Bentonville last year, the small team was able to get the airplane certified in 4 years. In August 2017 the team at Bentonville, Arkansas-based Game Composites saw their GB1 GameBird receive its certification. The FAA signed the Part 23 paperwork about four months after the European Aviation Safety Agency gave its approval.

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