I got my Falcon V in 1978 and flew it until 1987. So easy to fly, I mean really easy. Hours of fun flying in the far North and South West of Scotland. It is a tidy Wing and was a great replacement for the Falcon IV. Easy launch, easy to ridge soar and a sinch to land. The orange one in the photos is mine.
The Wing was first produced in 1978 and passed all the British & German airworthyness tests.
Hi, please note that the photo of the white glider with blue and red and orange stripes, is not a British Wasp Falcon V, but some other make.
Agreed, this looks like a Falcon model made by "CGS" (Chuck's Glider Supplies) in Ohio, USA.