LOC/Precision Bruiser or Magnum

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patelldp

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Anyone have one of these kits laying around that they aren't interested anymore? Partial kits are fine if you let me know what's included. I understand that people probably don't have these just laying around...but it's worth a try.
 

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You can purchase these direct from LOC/Precision "bare bones" ( no recovery items included) for a discounted price. You have to call though as they are not listed on the website that way. :dark:
 

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You can purchase these direct from LOC/Precision "bare bones" ( no recovery items included) for a discounted price. You have to call though as they are not listed on the website that way. :dark:
Any idea what this discount is? My guess is it's not "subtract the list price of items you don't want."
 

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Just give Barry a call. He is a great guy and will quote the price for you right away :).
 

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Dave at www.astralisrocketry.com will drop ship any large kit including all the Bare Bones kits within one or two days. Contact Dave for a price quote. He discounts everything. I just received a Bare Bones Phoenix from him. It was shipped in about 24 hours. His website only shows smaller kits--but he can get anything. The nice thing is that they come direct from Barry---and did not spend the last 2 years going from launch to launch--getting all beat up.
 

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Also contact Dave at www.redarrowhobbies.com and I am sure he could help you out. He does custom orders all the time. I'm not sure if he has the "bare bones" LOC kits others have mentioned here.

-Dave
 

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I could easily buy tubes and a cone and cut all of the wood parts myself. I was more or less looking for someone with one on hand that they were looking to get rid of. It'd simplify things for my lazy and living-away-from-rocket lab self.
 
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