|2x E9-6 ESRA Missile (2011-09-02) |
|AMW M1350 Zookeeper (2011-11-19) |
My "Zookeeper" takes off with an AMW M1350 White Wolf motor at Nerrf 3 (June 07). This was my first attempt at my Level 3 certification, which failed because the parachute never deployed. The video shows the ground view as well as the onboard video.
|B6-4 Mystic (2011-07-13) |
I launch my unpainted Fliskits Mystic with a Quest B6-4. Launched Oct 23rd, 2010, Amesbury, MA
|B6-4 Patriot (2011-09-16) |
|C6 Tartar (2011-07-13) |
My Fliskits Tartar takes off with an Estes C6-3. Red Glare X - Filmed by Sean Lucey
|C6-3 Asteroid Hunter (2012-04-17) |
I launch my Estes Asteroid Hunter with another C6-3. I believe the wobbly flight is due to whiplash. Maybe the C6 doesn't have enough oomph. Parachute tangled and the rocket landed hard on the pavement. Minor damage to the rocket.
|C6-3 Astroid Hunter (2012-04-17) |
My beautifully finished Estes Asteroid Hunter takes off with an Estes C6-3 motor. I replaced its dual 12" parachutes with a single 18" parachute.
|CTI F79SS Legacy (2011-09-04) |
My LOC Legacy launches with a CTI F79 Smoky Sam motor. This motor uses the Pro24 3G case. Launched Nov 6th, 2010, Amesbury, MA
|CTI G84 Green3 Hotel Express (2011-07-13) |
My Hotel Express takes off with a CTI G84 Green3 motor. This motor uses the Pro24 6G case. No ejection and the rocket was destroyed. Launched Nov 6th, 2010, Amesbury, MA
|CTI H194 EZI-65 (2011-09-04) |
I launch my LOC EZI-65 with a CTI H194 Red Lightning motor. This motor uses the Pro29 5G case. Launched Nov 6th, 2010, Amesbury, MA
|CTI H54 Sumo (2011-06-24) |
My Aerotech Sumo flies with a CTI H54 White long burn motor. This motor uses the Pro29 3G case. Launched Nov 6th, 2010, Amesbury, MA
|CTI I175 Stingray (2011-09-02) |
|D13 Asteroid Hunter (2012-04-17) |
Launching my Estes Asteroid Hunter with an Aerotech D13-4W motor. Perfect straight up flight. Ejection was a bit hot, which melted the parachute.
|D13 Bullseye (2011-07-13) |
My Fliskits Bullseye lifts off with an OLD D13-4W. I got distracted by helping out another rocketeer so the wrong flight card was read. The initial chuff is the hot igniter used to start the motor. Red Glare X - Filmed by Sean Lucey
|D24 Asteroid Hunter (2012-04-17) |
I launch my Estes Asteroid Hunter with an Aerotech D24-4T motor. Very nice flight. I put in less bp, which resulted in a perfect recovery. The rocket landed in top of a cherry tree but we used shotgun recovery to get it out.
|Estes Saturn V with an F30 - Onboard (2011-07-13) |
Onboard video of my Estes Saturn V flying with a CTI F30-3WH motor. This was the last night of mountain road gmc's vacation bible school. Nice Flight :) (3 oz of lead was installed in the nose to make the rocket stable). Notice how many obstacles there are for this rocket to land in!
|Estes Saturn V with E20-4 Unstable (2011-11-19) |
Launch my new Estes Saturn V with an Aerotech E20-4W. Rocket immediatly went horizontal and landed in the ditch across the road.
|Fliskits Cheetah 1/2A6-0 and A8-3 (2011-06-17) |
Launch my two stage Fliskits Cheetah with an old 1/2A6-0 in the booster and an A8-3 in the second stage.
|Fliskits Cheetah A8-0 and A8-3 (2011-06-17) |
My Fliskits Cheetah flies with an old A8-0 staged to an A8-5.
|Fliskits Frick & Frack (2011-06-17) |
My Fliskits Frick & Frack takes off with a B6-0/C6-0 Combination. I love how the top section spins on the way down. (Oct 6, 2007)
|Fliskits Lil' Guy (2011-07-13) |
My unpainted Fliskits Lil' Guy takes off with a Quest B6-4 motor. Launched Oct 23rd, 2010, Amesbury, MA
|Fliskits Mystic with a Quest C6-5 (2011-07-13) |
I just love the way my Fliskits Mystic flies with a Quest long burn C6-5 motor. Nice straight up flight with a slow roll. Launched Nov 6th, 2010, Amesbury, MA
|Frick & Frack (2011-07-03) |
My Fliskits Frick & Frack flies with a C6-0/C6-3 combo.
|G64 Marauder (2012-01-02) |
My 250% sport upscale model of my first model rocket ever. Back around 1986 the Estes Marauder became my first model rocket. This upscale flies naked on its first flight with an Aerotech G64-7W at the Nov 7th CMASS launch in Amesbury, MA
|G69 Skidmark Stingray (2011-07-13) |
I launch my upscale Stingray with an CTI G69 Skidmark motor. This was the first rocket I launched at the troop 111 cubscout launch. May 20th, 2010
|G75 Upscale Stingray (2011-06-17) |
My upscale Fliskits Stingray flies with an Aerotech G75-6J. Thanks to Boris Katan for taking this video
|H143 Stingray (2011-08-16) |
My upscale Stingray takes off with a CTI H143-6 Smoky Sam motor. I upgraded the parachute to a 45" chute, which was what the rocket needed to prevent the wing tips from flying off. April 24th, 2010. Amesbury, MA.
|J300TS Ladyrobin Onboard (2011-12-07) |
Launching my Ladyrobin 2.0 rocket with a custom made "J300" Thunderstorm motor. AMW 54/1050 motor with 4 "Large Ti" grains. Altitude was 2800 ft. Red Glare X.
|J415 Ladyrobin (2011-06-03) |
Ladyrobin 2.0 launches with an Aerotech J415W to an altitude of 4400 feet. Red Glare X - Filmed by Sean Lucey
|K540 Super Magnum (2012-08-24) |
My Super Magnum takes off with an Aerotech K540 Metal Storm motor and climbs to 3800 feet. Red Glare X - Filmed by Sean Lucey
|K540M Super Magnum Onboard (2011-12-06) |
The onboard video of my Super Magnum which flew with an Aerotech K540 Metalstorm motor to 3800 ft. Red Glare X.
|K550 Super Magnum (2011-06-03) |
My Super Magnum launches with an Aerotech K550W motor. Red Glare X - Filmed by Sean Lucey
|K550 Super Magnum Onboard (2011-06-03) |
Onboard video of my Super Magnum launched with an Aerotech K550W. The winds veered the rocket a little off course so it only made it to about 3000 ft versus its planned 3800 ft. Red Glare X - Filmed by Sean Lucey
|M1675 Pink (2012-01-20) |
|Pauls Rocket (2011-12-07) |
|Quest Nike-K with a C6-5 (2011-11-24) |
Mary Baker launches my Quest Nike K with an Estes C6-5. Rocket landed in a tree. Launched in Ohio
|Seven Fliskits Frick & Frack Dragrace (2011-06-17) |
I participate in the FlisKits Frick & Frack dragrace that took place at the Fliskits 6th Year celebration CMASS launch. Mine was on Pad 11, flew with a C6-0 to C6-5. It's top stage was the last to land :)