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Flight Good flight - K185 - Argonia KS Kloudburst 31 [More]
Extreme Wildman Deadpool Edition
Flight Nominal fligh, dual deployed, close recovery - Aerotech K560 - Argonia KS Kloudburst 31 [More]
Flight As always great flight - D12-5 - Ames [More]
Flight Typical Python flight, perfect. - D12-5 - Ames [More]
Flight 3rd flight for this bird, all nominal...👍👍 - Aerotech M1315 - Midwest Power [More]
Aerotech Astrobee D
Flight 7 second delay, great flight and recovery - Aerotech G64 - Midwest Power [More]
Ultimate Wildman Deadpool edition
Flight Another great flight on big Deadpool - Aerotech M1850 - Midwest Power [More]
Flight Great flight and recovery - Aerotech H128-8 - Midwest Power [More]
Flight Another great flight, nominal up and down. - Aerotech L850 - Argonia, KS Airfest 28 [More]
L3 Fusion (1)
Flight Nice simple flight on this rebuild, taking it easy with the motors however wont trust it with much more than an easy L - Aerotech K560 - Argonia, KS Airfest 28 [More]
SBR High Powered Model Rockets L3 Fusion (Kit)
This is a 5.5" by 90" cardboard and plywood rocket kit. 3FNC. It is advertised as a one-stop level 3 rocket kit with everything needed included to get your level 3 certification. Recommended M motors are the M1297, M1315, and M1350DMS.
For the ... [More]
Scratch Mach 1 (Scratch)
(by Jason Vennard - 02/02/06)
As I've progressed through the hobby, I've been achieving higher altitudes and
faster speeds. I finally decided I wanted to attempt a Mach busting rocket,
however, I wanted to make it tougher to do and chose to build one that utilized
no composites. ... [More]
Performance Rocketry Competitor 4 (Kit)
This is an all fiberglass, high performance sport rocket. It is a basic kit for the experienced rocketeer as it is short any recovery hardware, harnesses, and/or parachutes, all of which you'll have to provide yourself.
The kit includes a nice 4" fiberglass nosecone, two fiberglass body ... [More]
Scratch Upscale BSD THOR (Scratch)
(by Jason Vennard - 01/24/06)
In March 2005, I decided I wanted a big rocket. Something for low flights on Ks
that would also handle L flights. When I researched prices and saw how
expensive it was going to be, I decided I might as well make it M capable and
go for my Level 3 ... [More]
BSD High Power Rocketry Diablo (3") (Kit)
(by Jason Vennard - 11/21/03) Brief:
This is a downsized version of BSD Rocketry's 4" Diablo. 3" Diameter
by 26" in length qualifies it for a stubby rocket classification.
Otherwise your basic 3 FNC style rocket made for mid and high power loads; a
nicely versatile rocket. ... [More]
BSD High Power Rocketry Sprint (Kit)
This is the newest version of BSD Rocketry's Sprint. Larger in size, 3"
diameter by nearly 58" long. Three elliptical fins and an approximately
11" payload section. Made for mid and high power loads, a nicely versatile
The kit includes ... [More]
Estes Orbital Transport (Kit)
Review This is a limited-edition re-release of the Orbital Transport, new for 2002. Single 18mm motor booster with a single glider that sits piggy back on the main rocket, and is released at apogee. Skill Level 4 kit.
There is a large number of parts to this kit. Two body tubes, one for the booster ... [More]
Vaughn Brothers ASP (Kit)
( Contributed - by Jason Vennard - 03/22/03) Brief:
This is a single stage, 4 finned payload rocket by Vaughn Brothers Rocketry.
This rocket can achieve some pretty extreme altitude on a G42 or G55 motor. Fin
attachment is through the wall.
This kit contains:
2 body ... [More]
Estes CC Express (Kit)
Review Brief: This is a new 2002 kit by Estes. It's a four finned, two stage rocket designed and named for the new 24mm Estes C motors. Flies on either the C or D motors with a maximum altitude of 1,700 feet.
The kit consists of two body tubes, one for the sustainer section, and a shorter tube for the ... [More]
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