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  1. #31
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    rocketmotion.com removed......10/13/04

    Old Rocketeers don't die; they just go OOP"
    41 Years of Model Rocketry 1967-2008 .

  2. #32
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    Originally posted by hokkyokusei
    I admit I don't know the ins and outs of the process, but how come we see Cesaroni motors over here, and not Aerotech?
    According to my informations CTI motors are allowed by TNO in the Netherlands, the equal organisation of our BAM in Germany. The motors have been UN numbered and set to Class 1.4C and GLS is willing to ship them across Europe! CE markings are in progress and should be done within two or three weeks. But that time schedule says "two or three weeks" since half a year, so I do not know if this is correct or not. But I know for sure that CTI and Rebelrocketry from the Netherlands are working on it to put CE markings in place ASAP!

    Oli4

    TRA #9082 L2

    www.t-rocketry.de

  3. #33
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    CLE Enterprizes is at:

    The Motor Man


    bach

  4. #34
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    Added CLE Enterprises: http://www.the-motorman.com
    10/28/04

    and

    Star Rocketry : http://starrocketry.com/
    Old Rocketeers don't die; they just go OOP"
    41 Years of Model Rocketry 1967-2008 .

  5. #35
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    One must not forget tower hobbies, aka rocketfun.com Next to hobbylinc they have the best prices of anyone. I exclude ehobbies because I am in california and I would have to pay sales tax.

    Free shipping right now too at rocket fun.

  6. #36
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    I'm told Trailing Edge
    http://members.aol.com/jrturner/
    is no more.

    Hobby Connection's site says temporarily unavailable. The link
    http://www.hobbyconnection.com/rocket.htm
    is 404.
    The Doctor is ON.

  7. #37
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    Added Uncle Mikes Rocket Shack 12/22/04..

    Updated HobbyConnection URL link
    Old Rocketeers don't die; they just go OOP"
    41 Years of Model Rocketry 1967-2008 .

  8. #38
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    Originally posted by Joe Burger
    It may have been even before that. We have been in contact with them and they need to place an order just so we know what they want.

    Most of our International customers have been put aside while we rebuild. We have shipped to New Zealand and Switzerland since the fire but the others we have not.

    Australia is very close to shipping.

    We are attempting to stage for the Canadian dealers who are the only other international customers from the list that have orders in house. We feel that most of the dealers from the list will place orders when they know we can ship in a more timely manner.

    Getting motors out of the country requires a tremendous amount of paperwork and permits etc. as you may imagine.

    We will continue to work with these places as time moves forward.
    Any news on CE marking for us in the EU? I know Gary spoke to people at Argos about it last year and suggested work was underway. Is there anything you can tell us?.... Please?

    Mike 8-{>

    (Who got in to rocketry a month before the fire and would love to see some AT over here in the UK...)

  9. #39
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    Here is my addy:

    http://www.machdiamond.com/

    Tim carries Sky Ripper Systems, and Purple Woody motor systems.
    Tripoli 08705 Level III

    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster, and if you look long into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you." - Friedrich Nietzsche


    www.dragonworksrocketry.com

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  10. #40
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    Haven't ordered from them yet, but their prices look very good, and it appears that they have a flat shipping rate of $6.95.

    http://www.eboyztoyz.com/index.php?ncat=00322
    The Bit Eimer

    "My goal in life is to be the kind of person my cat thinks he is"

  11. #41
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    Thanks
    Manufacturer and Exporter
    www.ammoniumperchlorate.net

  12. #42
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    We sell Aerotech RMS harware, reload kits and Estes engines. Also, Free shipping on all orders over $50.00. Check us out at -
    www.BRSHobbies.com

    Best regards,
    Brian
    www.BRSHobbies.com - Full line of model rocket products! Free shipping offer! No backorders or delays!

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    added www.launchpad2000.com

    addded BRS Hobbies http://www.brshobbies.com
    8/30/2005
    Old Rocketeers don't die; they just go OOP"
    41 Years of Model Rocketry 1967-2008 .

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    Originally posted by LtSharpe
    One must not forget tower hobbies, aka rocketfun.com Next to hobbylinc they have the best prices of anyone. I exclude ehobbies because I am in california and I would have to pay sales tax.

    Free shipping right now too at rocket fun.
    Yep. Tower is a legend among us RC nuts (I do RC as well as rockets) for having some of the best prices anywhere, even better (if you buy from them a lot) if you join their savings club.
    NAR #84281 L3
    TRA #11233 L3

  15. #45
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    9/12/05

    added Uncle Bob's :

    http://www.unclebobsrocketshop.com/

    also

    http://www.pugetsoundpropulsion.com/

    Enquire if they only ship locally
    Old Rocketeers don't die; they just go OOP"
    41 Years of Model Rocketry 1967-2008 .

  16. #46
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    Dutch motor dealer

    When looking for motordealers, don't forget about Cavemanrocketry.
    Caveman has a new line of motors from Poland. They are cheap and powerful. In fact you have hore motor for less money. I have tested a few already. The engines are available in both Black powder and composite and range from A to H. Have a look at

    http://www.cavemanrocketry.nl/webstore/index.php

    and browse through the rocket engines.

    Greetings

    Robin Trap

    The Netherlands

  17. #47
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    01/09/2006
    Removed REBAR and Great Lakes Rocketry until further notice.
    Old Rocketeers don't die; they just go OOP"
    41 Years of Model Rocketry 1967-2008 .

  18. #48
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    How about putting what types of motors a dealer has... we have model, mid & high power motors , as well as restricted access motors

    This way someonelooking for an L1 motor doesnt end up somewhere that only has quest or estes
    Bruce Novicky / Countdown Hobbies
    Phone/Fax: 203-790-9010


  19. #49
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    Red face

    Whats better BP or AP????
    My free motor buying/budgeting resource!www.tinyurl.com/motorhelp

    Your friendly neighbourhood noob :D
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    Stay put. They'll find you.

  20. #50
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    Begone troll, start your own thread.

  21. #51
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    Can somebody tell weather RattWorks are still in business?
    Original Founder and President of the QLD Rocketry Club (now named QLD Rocket (Secret) Society)

    'Plan your life like you are going to live forever, but live each day like it's your last'

  22. #52
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    Originally posted by Paulez2
    Can somebody tell weather RattWorks are still in business?
    Yes they are still in buisness... If they are not, its news to me. Their website seems to be down but Wayne at Now Hybrids has them. http://www.nowhybrids.com/

  23. #53
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    I guess there is no alpha order, it's seems you have eliminated most motor mafg.??
    As well as a lot of their dealers??
    AMW Inc., and it's dealers.
    CTI Inc. and their dealers.
    Aero Tech etc.
    Any reason to this action.
    Thanks Paul Robinson

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    sorry paul.

    8/8/06 added the following

    Animal Motor Works and their Dealers
    Loki Research and their Dealers
    RoadRunner Rocketry and their Dealers
    CTI an dtheir Dealers
    AT/RCS and their Delaers


    If anybody is aware of other manufacturers and delaer list please let me know so I can post it here.

    terry dean
    Old Rocketeers don't die; they just go OOP"
    41 Years of Model Rocketry 1967-2008 .

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    Originally posted by shockwaveriderz
    If anybody is aware of other manufacturers and delaer list please let me know so I can post it here.
    terry dean
    Terry, you may check my list of European dealers at

    http://dealers.europerocketry.com

    Greetings,

    Oliver
    European Model Rocketry: http://www.europerocketry.com
    Modellraketen Info: http://www.modellraketen.com

  26. #56
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    I might have missed it, but I haven't seen <a href="http://www.pratthobbies.com/" target="pratt">Pratt Hobbies</a> mentioned.

    I think they consider themselves a manufacturer, but they have a storefront and sell a variety of kits, motors and specialty items. They carry Sky Ripper, RATTWorks, Contrail and Hypertek hybrid motors, ground support equipment and much more.

    Arnold
    Southeast Virginia Rocketry Association
    NAR#85168 L1

  27. #57
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    Another vendor

    Haven't ordered from them yet, but pricing looks good:

    Discount Rocketry

    http://www.discountrocketry.com

  28. #58
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    I just received my order from http://WWW.ACSUPPLYCO.COM . Good prices and good selection. Free shipping on orders over $100. Simple website but they provide a beautiful color catalog of their products. And, the folks I spoke to on the phone are nice and responded quickly to a question on the order.

    They mostly deal with educational institutions but are happy to sell to regular folks too. They carry rocket kits, gliders, electronics kits, steam engines, etc.

  29. #59
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    Dont forget walmart www.walmart.com
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    RoadRunner motors are now available in Nebraska from Tom Kernes and myself. On-site at THOR (http://www.nerocketry.org) launches only.

    Giant Leap also comes to several of our launches a year, offering AeroTech and CTI motors.

    -Kevin


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