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Grigorovich M-2
Shchetinin M-2
Grigorovich M-2 was an experimental Russian World War I-era biplane flying boat with a single step hull, designed by Grigorovich. It was one of the early flying boat built in Russia.
The M-2 was slightly larger than the M-1. The triangular section rear fuselage was raised from the water, tail was equipped with a skid, often referred to as the "shovel". The lower wings were installed 1m above the hull on the engine support frame.
It was never put into production due to poor performance and sluggish take-off behaviour.

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