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Adam Selene

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Thanks for the kite links! i had never thought of them for rocket parts.
 

rbeckey

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Thanks to Micromister for the link to Into The Wind.
My order was received in about four days. The 3/16 fiberglass rods are very light and apparently indestructable. Should be fun to cut! Dremel tool required, I am sure. I also got six small really heavy duty swivels dirt cheap. (900 pound test!)
 

graylensman

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I already have a mile-long wish-list of clones to make. Then I see all these excellent photos of the Mars Snooper which - until now - I wasn't so keen on. Now I have to add this one to the list.

I'LL NEVER GET AROUND TO BUILDING ALL THESE!!! :mad: :p
 

jflis

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see? SEE??? That's the *problem* with cloning!! We can clone any kit out there, BUT we can't clone *ourselves* so that we'd actually have the time to build all of them! :D

Talk about a "catch 22"...

Hey! There's another one for the "sayings" thread.... LOL
 

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In the words of the wizard of Oz lion "Ain't it the Turth - Ain't it the Truth!!!! Aw Shucks!
My Micro-Clone list is longer than my arm:( Not to mention standard, Scale and Upscale Projects. Sooooooo many rockets, So little time:D
 
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