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  1. Oct 27, 2013 #1

    gdjsky01

    gdjsky01

    gdjsky01

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    Just a beautiful day for launching. Had a grand time. Brought 7 rockets, took home 4... :p
    Well a bad day at the range is better than a good day at work aye?

    Toodled up to the Mojave site about 9:15'ish PDT. Absolutely gorgeous. Clear. About 19C. No wind.

    First up. The Dagger 38. Weight is about 6 pounds (2.7kg). 10 fins :y: An old rocket by now. Showing its age. But it looks ok from 3 to 5 meters away!! Kinda that way ya know? :wink:

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    A CTI 648-J285CL-10 (1% a J) was doing the pushing. The Adept-22 was doing the deployment honors as usual and an Archetype Cable Cutter waited in the wings to perform its magic. Nice CTI classic flame.

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    Textbook all the way. I had to walk maybe 40 meters to recover it! :) Powered it's way on up to 2260' (672m).
     

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