With epoxy and papering the fins, do you think this can break Mach 1 w/o returning in pieces? I looked at maybe a H165 or an H182 if I don't want to buy the 29mm RMS. (I have 38mm)It's so light that finding a G or a baby H that won't take it to Mach 1 territory is an interesting little problem. That's where I would worry.
I live two towns away from Hartsel Colorado. Its like a field with ankle high grass half the size of Rhode Island at 8800 feet. Its what made me get back into rocketry.Either way anything over an F and you better have a really large field for recovery.
I will try to make it the next launch instead of going to Hartsel. The guys at the COSROCS meeting just told me who you were. Thanks so much for taking the time to get back to us and give us the fin data.We have a launch there tomorrow.