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Today's Featured Review

Semroc - Micron

Manufacturer:Semroc
Diameter:0.7590 inches
Length:9.2000 inches
Skill Level:1
Style:Sport

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Contributed by Bill Eichelberger

Brief

The Semroc Micron was part of my first order from Semroc back in 2003.  I built it and the Skyhook side by side, and because of these two became enamored with the Semroc way.  The sleek Skyhook and the sturdy Micron combined the best that was available in the hobby at the time, reproductions of classic kits with updated recovery systems and laser cut fins.  Rocketry Nirvana, and I inhaled deeply.

Components

  • ST-7 body tube
  • Balsa nose cone
  • Laser cut fin sheet
  • Screw eye
  • Thrust ring
  • Kevlar and elastic shock cords
  • Crepe paper streamer

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July 2013 Launch


Mike's Semroc Hawk on an A8-3

Photo by Roger Smith

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