This is the answer ^^^.Apogee Aspire and F10
Best answer is to find a local rocketry club and get connected with them. Look for a local NAR group or TRA prefecture. Introduce yourself, bring the rockets you have, fly them. Introduce yourself to the folks at the launch. I've never met a "bad" rocketeer... You'll certainly find people willing to help you find the best rocket and motor combination for your launch site. Best of luck to you, definitely stick around TRF and learn as much as you can!well I'm not certified, and I'm a u.s. adult. I'm not certified though.
Flight would have to be on a near perfect wind condition type of day. Reguardless, I'd put money on it not coming back.. With luck, you may get it back.
Yeah, only one I flew was perfect straight and on a windless day... Lost it but could still hear the motor hissing away into to blue!Flight would have to be on a near perfect wind condition type of day. Reguardless, I'd put money on it not coming back.