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Got my L1 cert.

Old 04-30-2012, 02:37 PM
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PML Ariel on a H123 Skidmark a few weeks ago. Just got my new NAR card and a neat little pin today.
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Old 04-30-2012, 04:24 PM
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Great looking launch! Congrats on L1.
I started to go for mine a few years ago but Pylon started taking all my money.
Old 04-30-2012, 04:32 PM
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Great looking launch! Congrats on L1.
I started to go for mine a few years ago but Pylon started taking all my money.
Thank you.

Yeah R/C is still my main squeeze, rockets are just one of several side-hobbies.
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Congrates on the L1. I've had more rockets than planes, their cheaper, no radio need !
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Congrats on the L1. The H123 skid is a great motor. By the way rockets can get salty just like any hobby. Fiberglass rocket $600.00, M casing $300.00, M reload $450.00 Deployment electronics, trackers etc. Just like any other hobby. You can go as far as you like in this hobby. I have watched folks stay with model or mid power and have just as much fun as the L3 guys and no one is wrong.
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