Ducking the Long Arm of the Law


Most of us are generally law-abiding citizens, but it’s a rare pilot who hasn’t occasionally bent an FAR just a little bit around the edges. Leave it to Ted to break ’em into little pieces while the constabulary looks on! In “Blast from the Past” No. 8, our hero hopes for a statute of limitations…

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Ted Setzer
Born Wichita Kansas Oct 02, 1953. (have a fascination with tornadoes) Private pilot SEL & Sea approx 3,000 hrs Co-founder of Stoddard-Hamilton Aircraft in 1979. Contributed developmentally toward all models of the Glasair, GlaStar and Sportsman in from 79' thru Oct. 2016 when I retired. Whew...38 years! Started construction of my own custom, lightweight Sportsman in 1999 from the basic kit. First flight of N11YM was Jan 2013. I love this plane and have tested three variations of taildragger main landing gear. Recently purchased a set of Clamar amphibious floats and can't wait to install them hopefully in 2018.