Calling something an odd rocket is sort of like calling something pornography -
it's difficult to define precisely, but you know it when you see it.
Here are a few pictures of my odd roc fleet. The first photo shows the ones that have flown at least once, the 2nd photo is the build queue. Some of the rockets in the first photo were kits, like the Fliskits Decaffeinator and UFFO, the Art Applewhite designs, the Estes Star Wars rockets, and the Loc Cool Spool. The others were scratch builds. I do have some 3FNC rockets too, but for some reason I have a lot more fun with odd rocs.
p.s. Just a suggestion, if you want to keep harmony in your house, don't set your dirty old odd rockets on your wife's nice, clean, white tabelcloth. :-)
Last edited by jeff_in_AZ; 16th October 2011 at 04:06 AM.
I guess this Pile-O-Punkins rocket I just finished fits in the oddroc category. I was planning to fly it today at our monthly launch but the weather is really bad this weekend. We've re-scheduled for next weekend which is actually closer to Halloween anyways.
NAR #90891 L3
Clubs: CRMRC, METRA, MDRA
Last edited by Daddyisabar; 17th October 2011 at 07:02 PM.
humor, I wasn't trying to imply that 3FNC rockets are porn.
Where I fly (AZ) they launch all sorts of rockets up to L3,
and my kids and I get a big kick out of watching that. I also have
an L1 project slowly taking shape in my garage (a normal 3FNC
kit from Loc). But, as the forum description says, I also like
to bring out something a little ... different ... now and then
at our launches, just to add a little wackiness to the mix.
This probably says something about me too, I guess.