MM 337: A 1/180 scale PMC XB-70 Valkyrie in-line 6-motor Cluster. Lot's of fun converting this plastic model, not very impressive altitude (about 15ft) but was a Hoot to see fly!
MM 338: Last of the Down-Scaled "Maple Seed" Type Helicopter recovery rockets, Micro T3 Tornado. An outstanding very high flier, a little hard to track recovery alone, having two people highly recommended.
MM 339: Dwindled Dead Ringer: This T3 Disc Drag Fin rocket finished in Chrome Silver can't be touched with bare hands without ruining the finish, Soft cotton gloves are still required to prep, handle and load. Another color would have been a better choice but flying like a Bat off the pad.
MM 340: Another Great Fliskit: The Doo-Hickey is a Large T4 Micro powered great flying rocket.
MM 341: Fliskit Tiny Triskelion is as great looking a rocket as primary colors can produce, and flies wonderfully in winds under 10mph.
MM 342: This Fliskit needed a bit more power then the designed single MMX motor, I converted it to a 3 motor cluster with great results.
MM 343: Another BT-5 model Conversion "The 220 Swift" works well as a single MMX motor rear ejection model. getting perhaps 40feet flights.
MM 344: This Halloweenish Rocket is one of my favorite down-Scales. The Bat was a challenge to pull-off because of the White Decals which had to be procued on my Old Alps printer. Flies very nicely.
MM 345: this is a down-Scale of a 13mm Fliskit. I named it the Nano-Dot which is a minimum diameter .281" x 1-39/64" long tiny .8gram rocket. First run I made a dozen of these little card-stock finned, turned foam nose rockets. I have one left. With as many as 30 people watching at ignition this rocket teleports to who-knows-where never to be seen again. But fun to make and launch anyway.