Sport Rocketry

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Not sure where I fall in the grand scheme or delivery of things, but I got my issue today . . .
 

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I've been getting mine fairly early but I haven't seen this one yet either.
 

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Haven't gotten mine yet either..Tho I haven't checked the mail for today yet...
 

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anybody know a book store or hobby shop that carries the NAR Sport Rocketry magazine? Perhaps an online source?

terry dean


EDIT nevermind.. I just discovered NARTS offers them on a 2-3 month delay which is fine.
 
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Shockie, welcome to the forum, some hobby stores carry Sport Rocketry, and I've gotten copies from Books-A-Million, don't recall ever seeing them at Barnes and Nobel, Boarders Maybe but Not sure at all.

Haven't seen mine yet either.
 

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It is not the Rolling Stone and I am not getting richer but I got my picture on the cover!:)
 

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Still waiting on the returning LAUNCH.

Not looking good is it? I see that they're still advertising in SR, but haven't seen or heard any update. They were suppose to restart and ship in May for the Jun/July issue IIRC.
 

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The Redstone is scratch built out of PML tubing and an MRC capsule. It has built up plywood fins and the decals were done by Tango Papa. I usually fly it on J motors. It was a planed flight at LDRS, but with the weather the first few days it did not happen. It has flown a number of times down in Orangeburg, SC. and will fly again at the Freedom Launch.
 

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The Redstone is scratch built out of PML tubing and an MRC capsule. It has built up plywood fins and the decals were done by Tango Papa. I usually fly it on J motors. It was a planed flight at LDRS, but with the weather the first few days it did not happen. It has flown a number of times down in Orangeburg, SC. and will fly again at the Freedom Launch.

I will certainly be looking forward to THAT flight! :D As well as Burles' HUGE V2!:y:
 

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The Redstone is scratch built out of PML tubing and an MRC capsule. It has built up plywood fins and the decals were done by Tango Papa. I usually fly it on J motors. It was a planed flight at LDRS, but with the weather the first few days it did not happen. It has flown a number of times down in Orangeburg, SC. and will fly again at the Freedom Launch.

Excellent job, it looks awesome. :D
 

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Thanks! There are a few things I would do different now (like make it dual deploy so I could use bigger motors) She fly's great on J, about 2000ft. I use two chutes, one for the booster and one for the capsule.
 
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