I've owned canard type planes. Sweeping the wing expands the C/G range. A good example is the American Aircraft single seat Falcon UL and the tandem seat XP. The airfoil on both planes is the same. The XP wing has more sweep to help expand the flight envelope.Are most "canard" aircraft designed with a swept wing main wing?
What would the characteristics be if a plane had a hershey wing off a Piper for example?