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Ok guys here is my NAR Level 3 project with paperwork. its a Ultimate Wildman Kit – 6in x 10.5ft fiberglass kit and went up on a CTI Pro 75mm 4G M1830 C-Star
It from a few years ago, but its still good stuff!! Some of you may have read about it in the NAR sport rocketry magazine in March of 2017.

Paperwork http://www.russhall.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Hall_L3_ConstructionD1.8.pdf

Build thread page http://www.russhall.net/h3-rocketry/h3-2015/l3cert/

Successful launch thread http://www.russhall.net/h3-rocketry/h3-2016/20160320-2/

Enjoy ~ Russ
 

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This is the description of my build for Yellow Bird that flew successfully at mini Midwest Power.
Even not counting the fact that it is mostly turned from styrofoam, like my nose cones,
It has many rather unique construction features and designs that I think could, and possibly should, be used on a lot of high power rockets
Enjoy!
 

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Sorry. I deleted this by mistake.
 

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Any reason why folks are posting links instead of uploading files?
 

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Any reason why folks are posting links instead of uploading files?
Post #1 - Bob Krech said to post links. Don’t think there’s any issues with posting files unless size is too big.
 

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I am going to edit this thread this weekend.
 

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Juniper Lander was my L3 certification rocket.

It started as a Wildman Intimidator 3 kit, with modifications to fly as a 75 mm minimum diameter rocket. It successfully flew at Balls 28 on an Aerotech DMS M1350 to 23783 feet.

Altitude and descent rates closely matched predictions.

Construction details and calculations are captured in the attached TAP Pre Flight Review Checklist KB Rocket.pdf.

flightStats.pngJuniperLanderL3Graph.pngDSCF3956.JPG
 

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