So it's fall, which means I'm doing Rocketry Club with the kids' school. We're building and launching the BMS School Rocket. Should be fun. One of the perennial problems with kids and rockets, though, is mastering installing the igniter in the motor. You need it all the way in, you need it so the wires aren't touching, and you need to put the plug in while holding the igniter. It's not complicated, but it's tough to explain and get kids to grasp it on the first try. What if I superglued some igniters to plugs ahead of time? Any reason why not? As long as I got the height right, any reason that wouldn't work? Then you could just plug the whole thing into the motor. Thoughts?