Unsuccessful tailless pusher design named after the breed of cat. This unfortunate aircraft had a protracted development period that spanned WW2. The single prototype was finally scrapped in the early 1950s after having logged less than 20 hours in the air.
The spherical depression underneath the model is for mounting it on a 4.5mm (.177") BB.
Revised (15-Aug-2013) with more accurate canopy framing and only available as a pair.
Revised (21-Feb-2014) with thicker wingtips to avoid rejections.