It was a beautiful day at the Varn Ranch for the Tripoli Tampa May 2019 launch. The winds in the morning were very light and they picked up slightly around midday. Consequently, a lot of large impulse launches were conducted. Notably, two of the M impulse launches were Tripoli Level 3 Certification flights. Both flights were successfulContinue reading “Tripoli Tampa May 2019 Launch”
I came across high power rocketry while searching on the web a couple of years ago. I had not flown a rocket since the 1970s. So, I started doing some more reading, contacted the local Tripoli Prefecture (Tripoli Tampa) and ordered my first kits. As a result, I have gotten my Tripoli certifications, contributed to the local club leadership, and started this blog. This post will detail some of the resources and knowledge I have gained in my return to model rocketry.
When I started this article, I was thinking that it could be covered in one post. As it turned out, it is going to take multiple articles to cover everything. At the end of each article, I will post the link to the next. Here is a list of all the articles in the series.
- Rocket Kits and Manufacturers – This Article
- Rocket Propulsion and Motors – Upcoming
- Electronics – Upcoming
- Miscellaneous Hardware and Components – Upcoming
- Things to Do in Rocketry – Upcoming
- Where to Start Upcoming – Upcoming
It was a cold, rainy day when I drove into the town of Plymouth, Wisconsin. The GPS said to go to the big blue building. An email from Jason said to enter the door with the karate sign over it and look for the sign. Finally, I saw the sign over the door. The door that started my LOC PRECISION factory visit.Continue reading “LOC PRECISION Factory Visit”