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Ccolvin968

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I'm trying to get the Pro75 starter Wildman Rocketry.
it says it comes with a 3g hardware set, 6g casing, 2 spacers and a wrench.
Does this mean that I need to get additional hardware?
Or can I fly anything between 3g and 6g reloads with this kit?
I just flew my L2 cert yesterday on a 54/75 adapter.
I'd like to have the hardware and casings available for pro75 reloads in the future.
If you have any other ideas or suggestions I'm all ears.
This will set me back $700 and I just want to be sure I'm being smart about this.
Thanks!
 

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You're good to go. With that set, you can fly any reload except a 6GXL. Have fun!
 

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Just an FYI, it appears to be about $50 cheaper at Sunward than Wildman's club price.
 

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I'm trying to get the Pro75 starter Wildman Rocketry.
it says it comes with a 3g hardware set, 6g casing, 2 spacers and a wrench.
Does this mean that I need to get additional hardware?
Or can I fly anything between 3g and 6g reloads with this kit?
I just flew my L2 cert yesterday on a 54/75 adapter.
I'd like to have the hardware and casings available for pro75 reloads in the future.
If you have any other ideas or suggestions I'm all ears.
This will set me back $700 and I just want to be sure I'm being smart about this.
Thanks!
So, with the 3 grain case, you can use 3 grain reloads(obviously), then use one spacer to fly 2 grain reloads, and use 2 spacers to fly 1 grain reloads (Only AT has those currently). The same holds for the 6 grain case. One spacer and 5 grain reloads, two spacers and 4 grain reloads. So, with 2 cases and 2 spacers, you can fly the whole range of reloads.
 

Ccolvin968

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Okay, awesome!
So it's exactly the same as all of the other starter kits.
Just wanted to be sure before I bought.
I'll check out Sunward, thanks Bat.
Now the hard part... Saving the pennies!
 

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4 grain and 6xl set would fly anything CTI 75mm

watch the yard sale section, I picked up new 4 grain set with 2 spacers $285.00 shipped
 

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JD2, your reply was very helpful!
Michigander, I'll do that. Thank you!
 

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I'm trying to get the Pro75 starter Wildman Rocketry.
it says it comes with a 3g hardware set, 6g casing, 2 spacers and a wrench.
Does this mean that I need to get additional hardware?
Or can I fly anything between 3g and 6g reloads with this kit?
I just flew my L2 cert yesterday on a 54/75 adapter.
I'd like to have the hardware and casings available for pro75 reloads in the future.
If you have any other ideas or suggestions I'm all ears.
This will set me back $700 and I just want to be sure I'm being smart about this.
Thanks!
I will also do this set :point: with the 6xl and 4g case if you like.
 

Ccolvin968

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Like I said, it'll be a while before I can drop $600-$700 on the 75 starter set.
It seems like formula and diapers come before rocketry items. Haha!

Are you saying that you'd be able to do the 6XLg and the 4g starter kit for $700?
I looked at Wildman first before anywhere else.
Thanks!
If this will get the thread locked, please feel free to send me a PM.
 
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