That trend is already beginning. :(
Bacon grease is the perfect sealant for black powder anvil flying! No wadding needed for that hobby! ;)
Thanks! I'm sure the Green's will love me until I forget to clean out a prepreped rocket I did not get around to flying for a month or two. :)
In my Noris kit it looked like synthetic pillow bunting. Biodegradable? Was scared to be seen with the stuff, a serious breech of PCness.
Yes, dog barf is the best. On larger diameter rockets use sheet wadding with dog barf on top to make a nice piston. For sheets I use Decopuffs...
First club launch with commercial mass produced motors. NAR #1.
This site is across the freeway from where model rocketry was born. That site is now Bandemere Speedway, a top fuel drag strip.
RIP Gary. I'm sure there are many oddroc in Heaven.
Very cool flight and video
Looking forward to future cluster effects!
See you there!
A four motor A10P canted cluster would be awesome. Plug some C6 0 or E12 0's for larger scales and even more fun. Add in a traditional centerline...
This place can get a bit crazy sometimes. But now that you are well versed in chute protection and various forms of environmentally friendly...
Bring a variety of spinach, lettuce, cabbage, dandelion leaves picked away from perchlorate contamination near the pads and any edibles you might...
Do you have any old wilted lettuce in the fridge?
Very cool rocket and flight!
Old school RULES! Saw some gorgeous finish on Balsa nose cones but no Saturn V's. Maybe next launch.
Apogee sells some cool rail guides that might not look all that bad and they have a large gluing surface.
I have seen them launched both ways, rod and rail. I guess it comes down to how cool you are.
Do you want to impress the oldschool dudes with...
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