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  1. #31
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    Wow! And I thought I had stuff.

    Hans "Chris" Michielssen
    Old/New NAR # 19086 SR

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    "Nose cones roll, be careful with that."
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  2. #32
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    This thread happened just before I joined the forum. One word: wow.

    What's the white rocket next to the STM-010?


  3. #33
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    Marvelous collection, you are a lucky man.
    Earth: The Insane Asylum of the Universe, nowhere else could things be this screwed up.
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  4. #34
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    I'm getting there! I think I have 15 rockets built now.
    NAR # 37682

    All the weird kids are doing it!

    If at first you don't succeed... You're about average.

  5. #35
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    Very Nice Collection!
    You're almost to the same point I decided it was time to down size, No I don't mean giving or throwing rockets away but at 298 Standard and LMR rockets I simply ran out of Storage room. So I started building Micro models which I now have 223 different rockets. I'm still building and the best part is I can take the entire Micro fleet to the field every month.
    Keep em Flyin Micronzied
    John
    Mrcluster/Micromeister
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  6. #36
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    Awesome collection. I figure I will build a couple from different manufacturers. I've been looking into Mercury models and Madcow atm. First thing my wife said when she saw the Estes boxes arrive was where are you going to store all those? So the idea of mini rockets is appealing, the sights and sounds of 2"+BT rockets have me hooked.

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by neil_w View Post
    What's the white rocket next to the STM-010?

    Not sure which one you mean, the white one laying down is a Sunward Shoot The Moon.
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    Mike L.
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    CMASS & MMMSC
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    L2, Madcow Areobee Hi

  8. #38
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    Nope (although I couldn't ID that one either ). It's the one behind the STM-010 in picture 4 of your original post.

    Also, great paint job on the Argent.
    Recently completed: upscale Quinstar and APRO Lander II; in progress: Starship Avalon; next up: Accur8-skinned Trajector and Ragnarok Orbital Interceptor
    My photo albums: fleet pics and OR Models

  9. #39
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    Oh,Ok. this one? It"s a Sunward kit as well, the Gravity Rider. Sadly the Argent is no more, met it's fate at the hands of a Cato.
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    Mike L.
    NAR #97175
    CMASS & MMMSC
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    L2, Madcow Areobee Hi

  10. #40
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    That's the one! Was unfamiliar with it, very interesting kit. Does it fly?

  11. #41
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    Mine has a wiggle to it but one of my fellow CMASS members flies his regularly and his flies great. It's a 2x18mm motor mount, so it has plenty of power with 2 C 6-5's.
    Mike L.
    NAR #97175
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  12. #42
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    OMG Gorgeous Fleet!! You have all of my rockets in there too! I missed this thread too. I like how diverse the fleet is - w lotsa cool scifi in there!

    Was the USS Andromeda a scratch build? I think Pimp Daddy Rocketry was the last people to sell a kit?

    Sadly, My Andromeda was broken (w others) in my last move Take care of those beauties!!

    Pat
    http://user.xmission.com/~huxley/rockets/index.htm

  13. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxter View Post
    OMG Gorgeous Fleet!! You have all of my rockets in there too! I missed this thread too. I like how diverse the fleet is - w lotsa cool scifi in there!

    Was the USS Andromeda a scratch build? I think Pimp Daddy Rocketry was the last people to sell a kit?

    Sadly, My Andromeda was broken (w others) in my last move Take care of those beauties!!

    Pat
    http://user.xmission.com/~huxley/rockets/index.htm
    Thanks, the Andromeda was sort of scratch built, I used parts produced by Semroc. I had the original Andromeda kit when I was a kid so I used the instructions to do the clone.

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    Mike L.
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