I posted this in another thread last year when it happened, 10/2/2022. Here’s my L1 pic. LOC IV, H100-W, CRASH Ft. Lupton, CO site.
1702’. Flight was beautiful, short recovery. Recovery distance was partially aided by the chute not deciding to open until roughly 500’. Apparently a packing issue, my guess is stickiness in the nylon. Ironically I was planning to try out a JLCR on that flight, but was discouraged from doing so by my very smart friends at the field.Nice one Scottie !
How high did your LOC-IV fly on the H100 ?
-- kjh( the LOC-IV was one of my favorite rockets to watch back in the day )
Thanks @KB4SMKAT M2100G
I love the Green however they are hard to light.Thanks @KB4SMK
I just now added the RMS 98/7680 M2100G to my sim-list for my Level 3 4-inch Vulcanite upscale ( El Mui Grande Vulcanite ).
I already own an RMS 98/10240 Motor Set and a big box of 25-year-old components for my Level 3 build.
I had planned on an M1939-W for my Level 3.
But after seeing your pictures, if there was also a certified RMS 98/10240 motor with mojave green propellant, I would seriously consider that as well ...
Maybe some day there will be one I could fly ...
In the meantime, I am going to have to try the 'green' in a couple of my smaller rockets -- I really liked the flame and smoke off the pad from your flight !
Thanks again !
We have a hill that we was standing on that made it look like that. Thanks on the paint job, I have a couple of them darkstars painted like that.
Can you hear them whistle when they coast ?We have a hill that we was standing on that made it look like that. Thanks on the paint job, I have a couple of them darkstars painted like that.