- Mar 22, 2016
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I find rear ejection interesting. I dont have any models using rear ejection but I am thinking about building a rocket and using rear ejection as an experiment/learning oppurtunity. I have read some threads about it and I assume the main reasons for using RE would be space constraints. Anyone use it just for the heck of it? I dont see it used very often, so I am wondering why and when to use or not to use rear ejection? Are there benefits and drawbacks to rear ejection? If its simply easier not to use rear ejection I am always up for a challenge and like to think outside of the box when building my rockets. Thoughts?