Quantcast

Choices Choices (18/20, 24/40, 29/40-120)

The Rocketry Forum

Help Support The Rocketry Forum:

edwardw

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 10, 2004
Messages
2,126
Reaction score
0
Hey everyone. I am looking for a smaller reloadable motor. I plan on using the casing and testing my different KNO3/Sugar propellant combinations in it. I have looked at the 18/20, 24,40 and 29/40-120. I really like the look of the 29/40-120 because it is only $8 more than the 18/20 case. Any other advantages? Anyone know of good places to order them?

Edward
 

bigT

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 1, 2014
Messages
59
Reaction score
0
Performance Hobbies had :D at least one 29/40-120 in stock this morning. Several vendors say they are expecting a shipment in the next couple of days.
 
A

Austin

Guest
Check with Ross at Magnum Rockets...he had some of each in stock last time I checked. www.magnumrockets.com or call him at 937-834-3306...

...omg, I just typed in that number from memory...I am scared now! ;)

Carl
 

Larry

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 18, 2009
Messages
639
Reaction score
0
RSrocketry has some also. He had been selling some on ROL. I won one of his 24/40 motors for less than he's selling them for on his website. I think he has the 29-40/120 motor for 39.95 or ten dollars higher than the 18/20........Larry
 

edwardw

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 10, 2004
Messages
2,126
Reaction score
0
Do you think $98 is a good deal for all three casings? (18/20,24/40 and 29/40-120)
 

Johnnie

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 31, 2002
Messages
4,292
Reaction score
0
Edwardw,

I would recomend that you buy what ever the best deal you can find, cause they are about the most versatile cases on the market.

I don't own the 18/20 casing, but I have (2) ea. of the 24/40 and the 29/40-120 casings, and I make loads for both of them using casting supplies purchased from RCS. They make great single grain E and F Kn/Dx or Kn/Sb reloads.

When you attend local launches, ask everyone that flies the reloadables to save there used nozzles for ya, as they are great for "Candy" re-useables.
 

loopy

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 13, 2009
Messages
4,586
Reaction score
1
Originally posted by CTulanko


...omg, I just typed in that number from memory...I am scared now! ;)

Carl
I thought he was on your speed dial...

$98 is a fabulous price for all three casings - get them quick! You will not be disappointed with them.

Loopy
 

n3tjm

Papa Elf
Joined
Jan 21, 2009
Messages
7,381
Reaction score
226
Location
Penns Creek, PA
Originally posted by CTulanko

...omg, I just typed in that number from memory...I am scared now! ;)

Carl
I have his number in my speed dial :D

"Ross! Quick! Send Me Some J350!'s"

He doesn't even need to ask my address...
 

Latest posts

Top