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  1. mtnmanak

    Darkstar Series Build

    Finished a number of rocket projects recently, so planning on diving into some new ones. One of my next ventures is to build out (most/all/some?) the Darkstar series rockets from Wildman. I feel ambitious enough to say I would like to culminate with a Jumbo build sometime in the future, but...
  2. Tobor

    WM Eagle Claw Sport

    Well, even though I told myself I would not start a new build until I completed the four rockets currently on my work table, I couldn't resist starting this one. It's a Wildman Eagle Claw Sport. Received it as a Christmas present from GF. So here I go again... Side note: When I was about to...
  3. Zeke Johnson

    Ebay with Metal Bulk Plates - Wildman

    I received an electronics bay from Wildman Rocketry. It is a very basic kit, 1 32mm fiberglass coupler and two bulk plates (See Pictures). I have never worked with metal bulk plates before. I was wondering if I could get some ideas on how to pass the electrical signal from my altimeter inside...
  4. Tobor

    Wanted Wildman's Lance Beta Fin Dimensions

    Hello all, I'm hoping someone can measure or photograph (w/ruler) the main & upper fin of Tim's new kit. I have created an .ork file upscaled from an Estes/NCR .rkt file I found on the Net, with corrected specs for Tim's 4" FG tubing. I am hoping to purchase Tim's version during his 2020 Black...
  5. GuyNoir

    SOLD Wildman 2.6" Carbon Fiber V-2

    I have a Wildman scale V2 that I won in a raffle somewhere, unopened, fresh in bag. I'm not really interested in building it. First $100 takes it. PM me if interested.
  6. lowga

    Need OR or RockSim file for Wildman Blackhawk 38

    Does anyone have a file for the Wildman Blackhawk 38 minimum diameter rocket? Thanks in advance.
  7. Gary Mac

    Repairing Fiberglass Nosecone with a Chipped Tip

    Any suggestions for repairing a fiberglass nosecone with a chipped tip? The damage was from some of the smaller kids handling it at a local science show, not a ballistic landing. As you can see from the photos, it's chipped through the fiberglass layer. Some ideas I had were to "build" a tip...