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  1. #1
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    We Welcome the Magg family additions!

    Today we welcome the Nano, Micro and Mega Magg's to the family! Full decal sets available from our friends at Sticker Shock! Cheers to the weekend!

    Nano Magg - $37.50
    https://www.locprecision.com/product/nano-magg/

    Micro Magg - $57.50
    https://www.locprecision.com/product/micro-magg/

    Mega Magg - $169.50
    https://www.locprecision.com/product/mega-magg/



    Get Up There!!!


    www.locprecision.com
    Dave@locprecision
    920-892-0557

  2. #2
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    Good looking family photo!

    Rich

    NAR# 99154

    L3-4x upscale Estes Cherokee-D- AT M1297W 5/28/2016 http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...r-rharshberger

    TriCities Rocketeers NAR section# 736 http://www.tricitiesrocketeers.org/

  3. #3
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    Neat! Is there a plan to normalize pricing between Mega and Warlock / offer the cluster ring upgrades on Mega?

    At some point I have to do my certs and enter the High Frontier drag race events :-)
    Last edited by dhbarr; 14th July 2017 at 11:32 PM.

  4. #4
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    Magg-nificent

    (couldn't help myself)
    So much of my rocket building time has been diverted toward my "other hobby": Race Timing

  5. #5
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    Nice! But the Mega Magg should come with rail buttons instead of a launch lug.
    NAR Level 2 #96210

  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cl(VII) View Post
    Magg-nificent

    (couldn't help myself)
    I have to admit, that's pretty good!
    Jeff Jones

    TRA 04736
    NAR 75968
    L3 KF5YYI




  7. #7
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    LOC is turning up the heat on the competition!
    Keep up the good job and new offerings.
    I hope that LOC is very successful!

  8. #8
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    I to think rail buttons would be a good up date for LOC. I have not looked but maybe they do it on their larger kits.
    TRA 2225
    TWA
    QCRS
    WOOSH

  9. #9
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    Is this what you get when you leave two Minie Maggs alone in a room for too long?
    NAR# 99285
    Tripoli# 16283
    L1- 4/26/2015 Madcow Cowabunga- H123SK
    L2- 11/1/2015 Wildman Darkstar 2.6- J355RL
    Woosh
    QCRS

  10. #10
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    We Welcome the Magg family additions!

    +1 on the rail buttons. My HyperLOC 1600 came with lugs. No way I was putting those on!
    Clayton Birchenough
    L2
    NAR #100335
    Tripoli #15887

  11. #11
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    Just when you thought you didn't need ANOTHER rocket-dang!
    TRA 2383
    Somebody told me I was on the watch list-I hope I get a Rolex.....
    The road to Hell is paved....you're welcome.
    I can't remember the last rocket I built, because I haven't built it yet.....

  12. #12
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    I really like the family. I'm a Magg fan. The Mega Magg begs to have coffee can K motors. I'd order mine with a 98mm MMT.
    Len Bryan
    CAR-ACF S620 L3, NAR 98782 L2, Tripoli 10220 L2

  13. #13
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    Why no 54mm mount in the nano magg?
    David McCann
    Dave's Rockets | My Flights
    URRG |URRF 4| Level 2 | TRA# 14210

  14. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidMcCann View Post
    Why no 54mm mount in the nano magg?
    Can't even go there! We totally wanted to upsize all the MMTs. But we know someone would get hurt... *sigh I'd be thrilled to send you one with a 54mm tho!! Videos to prove it too!!! HA!
    Get Up There!!!


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  15. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by LOC View Post
    Can't even go there! We totally wanted to upsize all the MMTs. But we know someone would get hurt... *sigh I'd be thrilled to send you one with a 54mm tho!! Videos to prove it too!!! HA!
    lol. If I still had my 54 one grain I'd do it... Anyone who can handle the bigger MMT knows how to get it in there I'd go 38 in a nano.... 54...i dunno. To be honest...I'll likely order one, put a bay in the nose and fly 29mm 3 grain EX.
    David McCann
    Dave's Rockets | My Flights
    URRG |URRF 4| Level 2 | TRA# 14210

  16. #16
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    How much nose weight do you think a Mega would need to be stable with a 3gr 54mm motor, say a J-449 or K-360?

    Randy Kennedy

    L1 - Scott's Special 1 (Vlad the Impaler), CTI I345, fall 2014 (R.I.P. Apr 2015)
    L2 - Mad Dog DD (Aftershock), CTI J449, spring 2015
    L3 - 8" Fiberglass DX3 XL (Crowd Pleaser), CTI M1890, June 3 2017 (R.I.P. Sep 2017)

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