Up next the second flight of the Rocketry Warehouse Formula 75. This time sporting a 326-I200W-10. Another barely motor. This time barely an I.
A Missileworks RRC2 Mini was doing the honors mounted in the nose. And of course an Archetype Rocketry Cable Cutter was handling the... well... cutting chores!
Another textbook flight. Kicked on up to 1721' or about 524m. I had to walk less than 30 meters to recover. Only thing is at the last minute some kid jumps out to try and catch it! :y: But fortunately 1000 people yell NO! made him jump back. Parents (and LCOs) please! Announce that! It's not super heavy but it is fiberglass. Anyways alls well that ends well... were all my flights to be so lucky... :rant:
I launched the Formula 75 on an I211-M with a second or so drilled off. As usual the 60" (1.5m) Sphere-a-chute was restrained by an Archetype Rocketry tie-wrap cutter. A MissileWorks RRC2 Mini was doing the deployment honors.
Nice flight on up to (walks downstairs to get logbook... okay... got logbook...) to 2511' or 765m.
Cable cutter worked perfectly but because of the NAR 5* rule, the walk was still a bit substantial.