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DynaSoar

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I just saw this motor listed on Wildman Rocketry as well as a G61 load for it. Thinking it might be a mistake I poked around. Red Arrow also lists this motor (though no loads for it). AT doesn't list it on their site.

Did I just lose the neuron that recorded the AT 38/120 motor, or is this an entirely new beast?

Ah. Performance lists it as "new" on their front page, as well as the G61 load. Good. That's one brain cell I don't have to worry about.

Uses the same closures as their larger 39mm motors.
 

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Thats a new one on me and just when I thought I had a full 38mm set:(
 

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They have been out for a while and have been discussed several times here on TRF. AT also came out with the 29/120 at the same sime, with the load being a G79.
 

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It does exsist!
It is a 1 grain 38mm motor.
I currently have the casing on ROL Auctions.
The motor hardware &reloads were available at LDRS this year.



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DynaSoar

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Originally posted by JDcluster
It does exsist!
It is a 1 grain 38mm motor.
I currently have the casing on ROL Auctions.
The motor hardware &reloads were available at LDRS this year.



JD
Ah. Yours says Dr. Rocket. The others said AT. Still other places say these same same ichi ban.
 

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Yes, Dr R and AT are built to the same specs and are interchangeable. In fact when I bought my AT 29/120, I got a Dr R forward closure.
 
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