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While we are currently dealing with the (real or imaginary) toilet paper shortage, all this hoarding could have a detrimental effect on our hobby...
Dorffler also designed the original Astrocam.
I heard from a source that the Target Astrocam Starter Set would have an SRP of $59.99.
Yup, it's happening.
At the previous store where I worked 'customers' are stealing the toilet paper out of the restrooms.
At my current store we...
The COVID-19 Virus has affected all of us in one way or another.
The cancelling of all launches is impacting many of the...
Yup, it's real.
I work for a national retail chain which has a section of cleaning supplies in each store.
Normally these items sell in low...
[ATTACH] Here's my 1973 Centuri Nomad model with a couple of 'friends'.
It flew great but I never used a motor larger than a 'B'.
It would be great if someone attending NARCON 2020 this weekend could post about what is happening at the event.
I know that several...
I built and flew the prototype and production Arreauxbee-Hi models using only wraps of masking tape around the nose cone shoulder to keep the nose...
For an 'amusing' look at the history of the original Estes Pro Series kits, check out this thread over on YORF:...
At NARAM-57, Chris Flanigan won the C Division scale event with a Titan III MOL.
There's barely enough market for the D21/D10 motors at their current price. Using fiberglass casing would raise the SRP to $20-30 each.
The Ascender has been in the catalog for several years now.
The kit diameters are now all listed on the Estes website.
The Doorknob is 3" diameter.
I am surprised that this news has not yet reached TRF.
The pictures from the Estes website of Vern's birthday gathering has some interesting...
Believe it or not, all of them.
I made it a priority to save certain items from my youth and all my rocket stuff was packed up and has moved with...
My rocket collection circa 1972.
I believe it was a six foot long 1/4" diameter launch rod.
A moment after the launch picture was taken, the Mirage was flying straight.
I fly my stock Mirage on AeroTech G40 motors. :)
It looks like Estes has discontinued the Der Red Max kit (#0652).
It is no longer on the Estes website and a search turns up the kit parachute...
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