If I get his one I'll paint it to scale(like). the Doorknob wasn my edition of Rockets of the world. Couldn't find any pic of it on the net either. Can anyone post one? or, direct me to it?I think it would be a good rocket to own but I'd look for the correct paint job for it. (I like scale rockets to look scale, but that's just me )
Err .... I have (sort of) ....
Heheh, I love it!Err .... I have (sort of) ....
... and yes, I am considering an upscale!
Something makes me think LOC might have been having a bit of a tongue in cheek dig at TRF v1's Stalinist censorship when they decided on the name - I certainly was when I built that at IRW07
It's in the 2002 Supplement. http://www.arapress.com/rotw_sup2002.htmlIf I get his one I'll paint it to scale(like). the Doorknob wasn my edition of Rockets of the world. Couldn't find any pic of it on the net either.
Very cool! I'll get the supplement.It's in the 2002 Supplement. http://www.arapress.com/rotw_sup2002.html
OR NARTS- http://www.nar.org/NARTS/index.html
And here's a few of pics from Peter's scale directory on Jim Ball's site
(via the wayback machine) **
** Kevin, weren't you going to fix Peter's missing stuff on the ROL
archive of Jim's stuff???
One of the guys in our club built one, here is a liftoff shot on a J350 at our
Here's the video:I have a friend (Gabe) who did his L2 with one.
It's better then the Warlock in that it has four fins.
This makes it more stable so you can put larger motors in it.
Done on a Jig like Gabe did, it turns in no spin flights.