I have used the Jolly Logic Chute Release with BT 60 diameter rockets for years. Works great.
Nice countdown prior to launching :rolleyes:
Looking forward to NARAM 61 big time! I will see you there.
Six mid-power flights Saturday - all successful. Highest was a Ventris to 1971 ft on a G76. It’s fun using the JL Altimeter 3. Nice to see a graph...
Saturday looks like a nice day with low winds from the south. I think I’ll fly some MPR and give the ‘ol Chute Release a workout.
I saw Testament on TV years ago. It was the most depressing film I have ever seen. That’s one movie you will never see on the Comet channel.
So sorry to hear this. My deepest condolences.
Yes, as with many things “the Devil is in the details”. I think how the buttons are attached is most important. Is it Estes BT80 or LOC thick wall...
I flew my 2.6” Madcow Hawk on a H182R today using a Mini-rail. Perfect flight and no signs of distress on the mini-buttons.
Use the pressure washer with a soap solution to remove as much as possible. In the hot sun the oil will disappear into the concrete in a few weeks.
Sale “flyer” just out today lists only 16 sale items. Out of stock on all AT reloads. Looks like it will cost a lot more to fly my...
Go to: Apogeerockets.com or ASP-Rocketry.com
They have models for all of those NRC events you list.
Also should have added for Google Groups NAR_FAI_Spacemodeling.
There is a lot of information on the NAR website at NAR.org
Look under Contest Flying
Also check out contestrockets.org
I find it perplexing that posters rarely suggest tube fin rockets for L1 attempts. I did my L1 on an ASP That Tube Fin 29mm last year. The design...
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