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SSRS LASOR 134

By Mark Kulka

SSRS LASOR 134

Sleek high performance mid-power rocket. 29mm, slightly larger than minimum diameter. Clone of the original rocket using parts from Semroc and information (subsequently upscaled) from Steve Naquin's LASOR 114 RockSim file at rocketreviews.com and from the scanned 1982 Crown Rocket Tech/SSRS catalog at Ninfinger. 98% complete at this point.

Comments:

Steve Lindeman (November 18, 2012)

98% completed and the reason for no pics is...??? And is it just me or what exactly is this thing anyway?Undecided

Mark Kulka (November 18, 2012)

Because I'd rather build than take pics.

Mark Kulka (November 18, 2012)

Three pics added. See the page for this rocket. I can't paint it just yet (due to winter season in the Northeast) so it will have to wait for its beauty shots.

Steve Lindeman (November 20, 2012)

I was always one for building first and taking pics later but after finding this site and looking back I wish I had documented more of my builds so I could share my building experiences as I've learned a trick or two from following other peoples builds (and I'm going on 65. Never to old to learn a new trick). BTW, nice looking rocket.

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Done (2012-11-18 13:43:10)

Done. Moving to my rocket list.

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Pics, pics. (2012-11-18 14:38:50)

A few pics added to this rocket's page. Other than still needing paint, this project is done and the LASOR-134 is flyable.

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