Hello all, I just joined a couple weeks ago. I had my first experience with model rockets in 5th grade, built a small rocket I think was called the sprite. No recovery system. It was fun. That was in 1967 or 1968. Next time I built anything was around 1984-85. Space Shuttle, SR 71, the cruise missle and a few others. Now, 2019 I am retired with lots of time. So far I have built another Space Shuttle, sr 71 and have the older Saturn V waiting to be built. Bought a Dr Zooch Shuttle and Saturn V waiting also. Bought the SpaceX Falcon 9 and the Bryce upgrade kit. 2 weeks ago. Last week bought a box full of older Estes kits, some built some not, various engines and misc for $20 One of the built rockets is a Meteor Masher. I had to look at pictures of older Estes kits on the web, that's how I identified it. It was built very well, and unpainted. But the builder apparently glued the piston assembly. It would not release the bombs. As I was trying to figure out how it was supposed to release the bombs I wound up tearing the center tube( piston? ) I have searched as much as I could and cannot locate any instructions on how to assemble this kit. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the instructions? Thanks for any help.