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  1. J

    Spud-X 1/6th scale Dragon

    This project started as distraction for other more serious projects such as my L3 pursuit, and Bryce's Handicap Record Quest: NSL 2024. What else are you supposed to do in the dark wet winter of the Pacific Northwest when you have an idle 3D printer? Bryce showed up to our February Monthly...
  2. bandman444

    Bryce's Handicap Record Quest: NSL 2024

    I’m excited to share and document the progress and plans for one of my most ambitious projects. For over a decade I’ve been enthralled with the idea of setting an official altitude record in rocketry. I’ve watched performance titans like Curt von Delius, Adrian Adamson, and Jim Jarvis push the...
  3. robbdm

    Personal Launch Report - 2021 May NSL Alamosa, CO

    Traveled ~17 hrs from Northern California to Alamosa, Colorado to fly at 2021 NSL over the Memorial weekend. Stopped over in Moab to see Arches and Canyonland National Parks on the way. Most of travel was on Route 50, not much traffic. San Luis Valley Rocketeers put on a well organized and...
  4. robbdm

    Personal Launch Report - NSL 2019 - ROC - David and John Robb's Rocket Launches

    Traveled south to ROC to attend NSL 2019. Attended NSL there in 2011. ROC ran a great launch organized in every way and quick launches. The wind closed down flights Friday at lunchtime but calmed down in time for night flights. Saturday was near perfect - calm, sunny, and clear...
  5. DaveW6DPS

    Two Months to NSL!

    Are you ready? Are you coming? Do you plan to fly cool rockets? Inquiring minds would like details! We have five rocket/motor vendors confirmed. There is a lot of information on the NSL 2018 web site.