In 1963, NAR had a "shooting year" , instead of contest year ;-0
From 1963 NARAM-5 coverage, G.Harry states...
"At early Nationals ANY NAR member could
enter and fly, but with NARAM-4 in 1962 things began to get a little out of
hand. The Association's Contest Board foresaw several hundred contestants so
they set a limit of 50 entrants for NARAM. How do you pick the nation's top
50 model rocketeers? And what about the new blood that has always shown up
each year? The procedure finally followed was to simply ask who could come
to NARAM-5. Over 100 indicated they could make it. From these 50 were
chosen. A selection board compared the contest points each applicant had
amassed during the shooting year. It was also considered how long a
modrocnut had been active in the NAR. Finally, to give balance to the
meet,the board noted your geographical location."
I haven't used any on rockets but I use the G11 garolite for making
competition boomerangs. For that application the greater stiffness of the
G11 makes it superior to G10.
I see very little difference in working G10 vs. G11.
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