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TonyF

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Hey again,

Finally was able to cobble together a scaled down version of LOC Lil'
Nuke..

I was originally going to use a BT70 BT, but unable to find a ogive
nosecone... Opt'd instead to bash a Enduring Freedom Patriot.
I just used the NC and BT60 BT... It sports a motormount for up to a
E9 engine.. It's light enough to use a B6 or a C6 also ;-) ...


Tonyf
 

jetra2

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Aww....isn't it absolutely CUTE! Great Job, Tony! Keep it up!

:cool:

Jason
 

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Originally posted by tonyf
Hey again,

Finally was able to cobble together a scaled down version of LOC Lil'
Nuke..

I was originally going to use a BT70 BT, but unable to find a ogive
nosecone... Opt'd instead to bash a Enduring Freedom Patriot.
I just used the NC and BT60 BT... It sports a motormount for up to a
E9 engine.. It's light enough to use a B6 or a C6 also ;-) ...


Tonyf

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rstaff3

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Looking good Tonyf. Give us a flight report, especially the E9 flight :)
 

TonyF

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Weather finally cleared.... Light winds.. Decided today was the day..

Loaded up the kids and headed out to launch the "new birds" on the block.


Here's the maiden launch for the Lil Lil Nuke on a C6-5.

Had a few more rockets to launch, by the time it came to round two,
the wind had picked up... Oh, well. Next time we'll send it off on a C11 or D12 ..... Saving the E9 for those days when there is no wind :)...

Tonyf
 
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