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Orders are processed in the order they are received, please allow up to 2-4 weeks for delivery. Over the past several months we have become increasingly aware of rising shipping costs and extended delivery times. Due in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic, USPS, FedEx and many common carriers are experiencing unusually long delays and even longer delivery times. At the same time, these same...
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Our website shipping calculator is not exact and usually shows a higher amount than actual. Because we process payment manually, we will adjust shipping charges down as necessary. If you require an exact shipping quote, please email us at: binderdesignrocketry@gmail.com Rest assured that we will only charge you the actual amount that the post office charges us to ship your order. Binder Design...
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Washington Aerospace Club - National Association of Rocketry Section 578, Puget Sound, Washington State. Sponsor of Fire In The Sky launches, the premier Pacific Northwest rocket launch, Memorial Day Weekend. Has the advantage of providing newcomers and experienced fliers both the opportunity to...
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Coast Rocketry is a hobby store that has great selection and low prices on rocketry supplies. Is a Canadian owned and operated hobby store in the Greater Vancouver region of British Columbia. Our goal is to offer a range of good quality rocketry kits and supplies at the best price. All prices are...
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As you all know, NIRA asks its members to pay annual dues, which support our field permit fees and cover other expenses such as maintaining our website, equipment replacement, etc. Dues are typically assessed at the beginning of the year and I send out reminders by email. Thank you to all of our...
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ROC would like to announce that with the recent reduction of positive Covid-19 numbers we will be resuming launches beginning on Saturday, April 10, 2021 with a Members ONLY Launch per our BLM Approved Ops Plan. Starting with our May 8th launch, all flyers will be welcome to attend and launch. Further details will be sent out in the coming weeks regarding our new safety procedures. We are...
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Within these pages are some tips and techniques on how to record your High Power Rockets on video or images. The methods presented here are completely automated. Once the countdown has begun and the launch button is pushed, nothing else is required by the rocketeer. All recordings, the rocket tracking methods, even the launching the rocket itself, requires no further input from the rocketeer....
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The largest rockets built with commercially manufactured motors and sanctioned by national organizations are classified as "High-Power Rockets". Rocket motors used in this class range from `H` through `O` in size and are almost always the reloadable type. The largest manufacturers of high-power kits are LOC/Precision and Public Missiles, Ltd., although there are several other companies making...
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During the summer (crops in the ground at our winter field), we move back to the Purdy sod farm. This launch field is restricted to Class 1 (A thru small H impulse classes). It is important that you follow the Purdy Sod Farm Rules at all times while flying on this field. Failure to do so can lead to being banned from using the field. So whether you’re a born-again old timer, a new rocketeer, or...
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Wildman Rocketry is your best source for rocketry supplies, rocket motors, and rocket kits for Tripoli, NAR, Team America (TARC), IREC, and NASA SLI along with hobby flying. Wildman Rocketry has been serving the rocketry community since 2004. With a full line of rocket kits, motors, recovery gear, and supplies, we've got you covered for any rocket project. In addition to Wildman rockets, we...
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This weekend’s weather is a perfect testament to the ever-changing conditions that Mother Nature provides us with down in Pamlico County. The forecast just a few days prior to the launch called for 50%-60% chance of rain and scattered thunderstorms. Well, luckily, we got in a full day of flying with partly cloudy skies and relatively moderate winds. The highlight of any launch is always...
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The motivation for the circuits and software you will find on this site is our loosely-knit group's shared interest in hobby rocketry. This very brief Ted presentation by Steve Jurvetson quickly conveys at least part of why we do this. John Coker has published an excellent overview of hobby rocketry on his web site. Keith has also put together some useful notes about the process of...
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