- Jun 18, 2003
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I was just wondering how many of our members here were certified? (and I don't mean crazy)
Well, up until a few months ago I had been perfectly happy flying my normal assortment of A, B, and C-powered stuff, with the occasional trip to a larger field to fly D or E (does an Estes E really count as a full-fledged "E"?). Then Toys-R-Us put their MicroMax stuff on clearance, and I started flying those little toys (about ten flights so far, and only two lost rockets). So I'm starting from the Zero certification level, and headed the other way.Originally posted by Rocketmaniac
Ok, powerburner...... you got to explain this one.......
Ok, I see......... I never thought that would be a needed option...... Out of the above choices, I guess you are "none, don't intend on get one"Originally posted by powderburner
So I'm starting from the Zero certification level, and headed the other way.
I wish it was "only" $20 for a single motor.......... I plan on flying a "J" hybrid motor next month it is going to be $28........ (and that is cheap) Actually, my favorite motors are the F's and G's that are between $12-$16 each........Originally posted by powderburner
I kind of choke on spending $20 for a single motor
Originally posted by daveyfire
Hey... I figure... it's a hobby... a place to waste time and money for a little happiness! Besides, I'm not interested in Gucci or golf or wine or anything else expensive... what else am I gonna spend my hard earned cash on?