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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockets View Post
    Can I add to my list? I forgot to add a few things..


    Thanks,
    Add to it in your post and surely your Secret Santa will check your post before doing the shopping.

    Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.
    TRA #16513
    Level 1: Danger Close ---AT H123W to 1240'--- 29 OCT 2016
    Level 2: Binder Design Tyrannosaur ---AT J315R to 2148'--- 30 SEP 2017

  2. #32
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    I'm going to be updating my original list here too for whomever my secret santa ends up being. Cant wait to participate! Thanks,

    DO

    Tripoli #17702 L1
    On the Bench: Estes Nike Smoke, Estes Executioner Cluster/DD mod, Estes PSII Super Big Bertha
    Build Pile: Madcow 1.6" Mini Black Brant II, Estes PSII Nike Smoke, MAC 4" Black Fly DD and many more...

  3. #33
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    I forgot to add:
    A singularity, quantum preferred..
    -paul

    NAR# 101258 - L2
    www.CRMRC.org
    I don't know the same things you don't know..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr wogz View Post
    I forgot to add:
    A singularity, quantum preferred..
    Better hope they include a flux capacitor, otherwise you won't have anywhere to put it.
    "I'm at least 70% confident about whatever I say (90% of the time)"- college me

    NAR 101195
    Level 1: Big SAM, 9/10/16

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nytrunner View Post
    Better hope they include a flux capacitor, otherwise you won't have anywhere to put it.
    Got that covered, converted last years' secret santa gift to an 'Infinite Improbability Drive'..
    -paul

    NAR# 101258 - L2
    www.CRMRC.org
    I don't know the same things you don't know..

  6. #36
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    Do you need a Mr. Fusion as well? I just threw one out.
    Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.
    TRA #16513
    Level 1: Danger Close ---AT H123W to 1240'--- 29 OCT 2016
    Level 2: Binder Design Tyrannosaur ---AT J315R to 2148'--- 30 SEP 2017

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyDSlagle View Post
    Do you need a Mr. Fusion as well? I just threw one out.
    Heck with that, give me a zero point module. Three actually I have an "Ancient" city to power, and the Wraith are on their way.
    Mike J

    Parachute Rigger


    There is no such thing as a "parasheet".

  8. #38
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    Zero point modules....quantum singularities....maybe I need to find something both ancient and Romulan......
    Brandon M. Grasmick

    Too many interests to talk about...

  9. #39
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    I am in again this year!

    Estes: Mega Mosquito, der Red Max, Alpha III, Super Big Bertha, Executioner, Renegade D, Air Commander, Red Nova, Solar Warrior, Super Alpha, Bundle # 7, Blast Off Flight Pack

    Morerockets.com: The Viper Flying Model

    Semroc: Ranger KV-83, Shrike SEM-KV-37

    Quest: Big Dog, Astra, Q2C2 ignitors, Any motors

    Accur8: “Indoigo” Ragnarok Orbital Interceptor Model Rocket Short Kit, Estes Mercury Redstone Molded Fins and Super Detail Skin Kit, “Phanton Chameleon Skin” Kit for Estes Cosmic Interceptor Model Rocket

    Sirius Rocketry: Interrogator G (18mm), Ingerrogator G (24mm)

    Newway: Vigilangle

    Jolly Logic: Chute Release, Altimeter 3

    Aerotech: Mustang, 24/40-120 RMS hardware set

    Madcow: 2.6" Mozzie, 2.6" DX3, 3" Little John,
    Last edited by sandeja1; 21st November 2017 at 03:12 AM. Reason: added some items to my list

  10. #40
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    Email sent! I'm in!


    Braden
    Braden Carlson TRA #11923
    L1:"Zip It Up" Airfest 20 08/31/2014 CTI I345
    L2:"Mad Doge" Tripoli Idaho 10/24/2015 AT J415W
    L3:Coming Soon
    Subsribe To My Rocket Youtube Channel Here!

  11. #41
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    Secret Santa 2017

    Iím in as always!


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    Mike
    NAR #86177
    TRA #16435
    L1 with Loc Precision H76 Vulcanite on H73J (2,109') 7/23/06
    L2 with Binder Design Velociraptor on K695R (6,171' @ 716mph) 9/20/15
    L3 with Polecat Aerospace 10" Nike Smoke on M2500T (6,468' @ 556mph) 11/26/16 (RIP 5/26/17 :cry:)

    Current Projects:
    Waive Goodbye (design around 18k waiver)

  12. #42
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    Hello all,

    So yeah, I'll give this a go. My first time and all. Oh and email sent.

    Wishlist:

    Kits:
    Madcow: Carbon Fiber Mongoose 38, 6" Fiberglass Stinger, 4" Tembo, 4" Phoenix, 4" AGM-33 Pike, 4" Fiberglass Rogue, 4" Fiberglass V2, 4" Fiberglass X-Celerator, 4" Fiberglass Lil Rascal SE, 2.6" Momba, 2.6" Bomarc

    Loc: Minie Magg, 4" V2, Onyx

    Northcoast Rocketry: SR-99 HyperSwift, SA-14 Archer

    Pem-Tech: The Space Ark, Screaming Green Meenie

    Sirius Rocketry: Interrogator - G

    AeroTech: Sumo

    PML: Pterodactyl Jr, Bull Puppy 3.0, AGM-Pitbull 2.56, Bumble Bee

    Semroc: Mars Lander

    Estes: Saturn V


    Hardware:
    Tinder Rocketry Tender Descender Level 1 HDPE, Jolly Logic Chute Release, Aerotech RMS-38/600

    Gift Card:
    Apogee, Sirius Rockets, Madcow, or any other rocket eTailer.

    Thx Papa Elf for organizing a really kool event like this.

    Cheers!

  13. #43
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    Email sent! Thanks for doing this again Papa Elf.

    Wishlist:
    Any fiberglass kit
    75mm fiberglass motor mount
    Cable cutter 2 pack
    Madcow/wildman/loki research/bay area rocketry gift cards
    Loki 38mm plugged bulkhead
    Loki 38mm #25 nozzle
    Anything fun
    NAR # 99006
    Level 1 6-7-15 - Madcow Tomach I600R 4743ft.
    Level 2 6-18-16 - Madcow Tomach L935 24,258ft.

    Total 2015 Ns - 960.1
    Total 2016 Ns - 4212.7
    Total 2017 Ns - 119.26

  14. #44
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    Looks like several people are editing their lists, so make sure to compare folks' lists in the thread with the one you get from papaElf to catch and new additions.

  15. #45
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    Ugghh.
    Looks like I am going to have to drop out.

    Truck decided it wanted a new water pump. That is just the cherry on top. 2017 Saga of the Sierra: brakes, U-joints, EGR system, core plugs, vacuum lines; and tires are in my near future. Last set cost me around 1100 dollars, but I will go cheaper this time. I rarely go offroad anymore. Before you go knocking my truck or GM/GMC in general: 1999 GMC Sierra. 282K miles. I bought used in 2001 with 35K miles. It's been to Wisconsin 3 or 4 times, New York about 7, non stop drives except for gas. Has pretty much seen every state East of the Mississippi loaded with tools/gear for 3 or 4 people. Ice, snow, mud, beach, sand, clear cuts...she's done it all. Survived me in my 20's and my "sure I can climb that hill" "sure I can go through that hole" days. Great truck.

    And besides that, this is a Christmas thread. Let's not debate trucks and who's best here.

    mini rant: Core plugs/freeze plugs/casting plugs call them what you will. The one on my passenger side near the fire wall went out some time ago. 10 of these things were 5 bucks. But to replace the bad one I had to pull the heads. Which cost my over 200 bucks for a gasket kit, bolts and O-rings. That's the tough part. end rant

    We already tightened our Christmas budget, but now it is getting tighter. Which means hobbies lose money before the family's Christmas and since I am the only one with a hobby.....
    I am not in financial trouble so I don't want anyone thinking that. Just trying to limit our spending for the next few months, checking our statements and what not turns out it has been a very spendy year. 2017 was Year of the Curveball. We have to pay down some of those bills, another vehicle is definitely on the horizon. I have a few items I am looking for to come on sale and if it is a killer sale, I will partake. Other than that, I will have to stand aside and watch the Black sales pass me by.

    So anyway. I'm out. Will get my cancellation email sent to Papa Elf ASAP.

    Mikey D
    Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.
    TRA #16513
    Level 1: Danger Close ---AT H123W to 1240'--- 29 OCT 2016
    Level 2: Binder Design Tyrannosaur ---AT J315R to 2148'--- 30 SEP 2017

  16. #46
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    Mikey that's the good story of an old truck. Hurts sometimes you have to make the tough decision on weather you want car payments or repair bills.
    NAR# 104365

  17. #47
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    Yep. I have a 2016 KIA for the near-wife and girls to have something dependable. Keep saying it is my turn for a new truck and I keep buying stuff for the near-wife. I keep waiting for Sierra to break something I can't fix. U Joint scared me, it let go going 70 down the highway. A loud thunk and lots of knocking afterwards, thought that was the end. Lol
    Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.
    TRA #16513
    Level 1: Danger Close ---AT H123W to 1240'--- 29 OCT 2016
    Level 2: Binder Design Tyrannosaur ---AT J315R to 2148'--- 30 SEP 2017

  18. #48
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    Tomorrow is the last day to sign up! List Has Been Updated. Please check it to see if you made the list. Also, invite your friends to join!

    http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...26#post1739826
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    SECRET SANTA SENT AND RECEIVED LIST.
    http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...04#post1745804


    Celebrating 10 years as Papa Elf!

    http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...rs-as-Papa-Elf

    Total Impulse for 2017: 110 - Would love to fly a L1000
    Total money for MOAR IMPULSE: $0

  19. #49
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    Email Sent!

    Wishlist!

    I started back into the hobby about 10 months ago and got my L1 cert in September. So far I’ve only been using single-use motors, so as I begin to explore the prospects of reloadables, any kind of motor hardware or accessories would be welcome. Even some old cases you don't need anymore.

    The next skill on my "things to-learn" list is dual-deploy, so anything that could help me down that path would be welcome.

    Also: thin mil chutes, nomex chute protectors (any size but currently don’t have any rockets wider than 3”), kevlar cord. A camera shroud?

    Basically anything that you think a new but passionate rocketeer might enjoy as they delve deeper into the hobby and a L2 cert in 2018.

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
    Rob Hoegee
    "I said lunch, not launch!"
    NAR 103012 TRA 17770
    L1 Madcow DX3 "Road Rash" 3091ft AT H135W
    KM6DXQ

  20. #50
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    Count me in!! Email sent.
    Brian Carlson TRA# 12754
    L1 Aerotech Strong arm, Kosdon H155, 5/8/10. Spudroc-15
    L2 Bald Moms Rock Kosdon L630. 5/14/11 Spudroc 16
    L3 [insert rocket name here] Kosdon M2240 [insert date here

  21. #51
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    Sign up for this years Secret Santa has ended. Please check the list to see if your name made it. Check your e-mails because you should receive your recipient today.
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    SECRET SANTA SENT AND RECEIVED LIST.
    http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...04#post1745804


    Celebrating 10 years as Papa Elf!

    http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...rs-as-Papa-Elf

    Total Impulse for 2017: 110 - Would love to fly a L1000
    Total money for MOAR IMPULSE: $0

  22. #52
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    Email received! Package is being planned... hopefully you like it )))
    Matt, Tripoli #14257
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    L2 2/25/17
    L3 Spring 2018....
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    All the e-mails have been sent out. If you have not received yours in a timely manor, please let me know and I will resend it or PM your list.

    I thought about adding Mrs Elf to the list this year, but decided not to because she is not a trf member and she only has a mild interest in rockets (although she asked me if we could fly rockets yesterday, but I told her it will prob be to dark by the time we got home from her parents house.).

    Now its time for the fun to begin!
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    SECRET SANTA SENT AND RECEIVED LIST.
    http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...04#post1745804


    Celebrating 10 years as Papa Elf!

    http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...rs-as-Papa-Elf

    Total Impulse for 2017: 110 - Would love to fly a L1000
    Total money for MOAR IMPULSE: $0

  24. #54
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    I received the email. Working on my recipient's wishlist, and I think I know just what to get!
    SS recipient,
    I hope you like it!


    Thanks,
    Andrew - 14 year old rocketeer who loves to watch and fly model rockets all year long!!!
    2018 - 663.62 Ns _ Biggest motor, AT H115DM, (CATO on pad), highest flight around 3,500' - TRA Member #17056 - NAR Member #94787
    Owner, Andrew's Rocketry Shop - andrewsrocketryshop.blogspot.com

  25. #55
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    It has begun..



    Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.
    TRA #16513
    Level 1: Danger Close ---AT H123W to 1240'--- 29 OCT 2016
    Level 2: Binder Design Tyrannosaur ---AT J315R to 2148'--- 30 SEP 2017

  26. #56
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    A lot of people want an "egg timer"

    do you want 'A' or 'B'?!





    let the fun begin!!
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    -paul

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    I don't know the same things you don't know..

  27. #57
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    Email received and gift purchased. Hope your secret Santa has chosen well!
    Tripoli #17702 L1
    On the Bench: Estes Nike Smoke, Estes Executioner Cluster/DD mod, Estes PSII Super Big Bertha
    Build Pile: Madcow 1.6" Mini Black Brant II, Estes PSII Nike Smoke, MAC 4" Black Fly DD and many more...

  28. #58
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    I was surprised to find the email waiting for me this morning. I figured the turkey tryptophan comas would have taken until noon to wear off on us.

    Someone said something earlier in the thread about a thread of vendors?
    Brandon M. Grasmick

    Too many interests to talk about...

  29. #59
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    Gift(s?) ordered. Iíll know if you open them early. I have ESPN. And NFL network.


    Sent from my iPhone using Rocketry Forum
    Mike
    NAR #86177
    TRA #16435
    L1 with Loc Precision H76 Vulcanite on H73J (2,109') 7/23/06
    L2 with Binder Design Velociraptor on K695R (6,171' @ 716mph) 9/20/15
    L3 with Polecat Aerospace 10" Nike Smoke on M2500T (6,468' @ 556mph) 11/26/16 (RIP 5/26/17 :cry:)

    Current Projects:
    Waive Goodbye (design around 18k waiver)

  30. #60
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    Email received. Deed is done.

    Jim V

    Champlain Region Model Rocket Club
    CRMRC
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    L1 - 5/21/16 Estes Mega Der Red Max H128W to 1,021'


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