# Polecat Aerospace: Opinions?

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Impressed,
Jason

#### Ray Dunakin

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Andy's a great guy, very easy to deal with, and his kits are top-notch! Terrific structural design, very rugged, and easy to assemble. The instructions are excellent too with plenty of photos and details.

#### eugenefl

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Originally posted by jetra2
That was easy enough!

I just called Andy to have him have my Thumper Jr. with extra 29mm mounts. He told me instead of having two, go with four. I was like, OK! Not a bad deal - I'll get the extra four mounts for only \$20 more!

Impressed,
Jason
Are you picking up this rocket at ROCStock or are you just having it shipped? Otherwise, Jason will be riding cargo and the rocket in his seat up in coach next to me.

#### jetra2

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I'm gonna pick it up at ROCstock...I can barely wait!

Vendors, come prepared...Jason has money!

Jason

#### sandman

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jason,

What about all those quotes I gave you?

#### Fuddrucker

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Originally posted by jetra2
I'm gonna pick it up at ROCstock...I can barely wait!

Vendors, come prepared...Jason has money!

Jason
If we (So. Cal.) keep getting all of this unseasonable early rain, thar ain't gonna be no ROCstock!

I love the rain and we really need it, BUT this is not normal for us. We've got another decent storm headed our way that is supposed to bring another 1-2 inches of rain. The last storm actually turned the lakebed back into a lake. I am pretty confident that if we do not receive any more rain after this, then the lakebed should be dried up enough to fly on. Also, there is a wedding taking place on the saturday of ROCstock. If it gets rained out, I have no idea what they will do. Keep the fingers crossed.

...Fudd

#### wwattles

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Originally posted by Fuddrucker
If we (So. Cal.) keep getting all of this unseasonable early rain, thar ain't gonna be no ROCstock!

I love the rain and we really need it, BUT this is not normal for us. We've got another decent storm headed our way that is supposed to bring another 1-2 inches of rain. The last storm actually turned the lakebed back into a lake. I am pretty confident that if we do not receive any more rain after this, then the lakebed should be dried up enough to fly on. Also, there is a wedding taking place on the saturday of ROCstock. If it gets rained out, I have no idea what they will do. Keep the fingers crossed.

...Fudd
A few months back, there was one of those rare desert rainstorms out in the Plaster City desert area, and things got pretty muddy. But Andy was out there, trailer of goodies and all. Because of the rain, he hadn't gotten his store set up yet, so he recruited some of us club members to help, and we got everything set up so that the boxes/bins that were susceptible to water damage stayed off the ground.

We launched as soon as we got the pads/support equipment set up, and eventually the ground dried up.

ROCstock WILL happen, come storm or high water!

After all, there's Deuces to launch!

WW