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Yep, I'll be there both days. Dunno about lashup (BlackJack is still many motor tubes short of a heinous cluster, didn't do anything to it over easter), I'm certainly planning a 2-stage clustered flight of ETV2 at bEARS though.
Based on how cool your 6-motor Snitch was, I'm going to have to pick up an Estes Rubicon kit before UKRA and do it as a 7x24mm cluster, should be a quick and easy mod.
Dunno if I've got anything else cluster-able though...
I'm off down to SWARM tomorrow, to photograph/observe rather than fly though.
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Cool!
I've got the bi-copter which just needs motor mounts bonding on.
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I have a battered hardback "Completely Revised" 2nd edition from 1967 that Harry signed for me at one of the MIT model rocket conferences. Follett Publishing. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 67-17665. There is a "T 3660/3661" and it is marked as the second printing. The foreword is dated August 15, 1965.     Will
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Third Ed "Revised Edition Latest Facts & Photos" (c) 1970 First Printing J Previous editions (c) 1965, 1967 Paperback
ISBN O 695-80149-X Paper binding ISBN O 695-80150-3 Cloth binding
The foreword is dated August 15, 1965
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Handbook of Model Rocketry Second Edition Follett Publishing Company Chicago        New York Copyright 1965 and 1967, By G. Harry Stine. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 67-17655 Second Printing
That enough info for you? :) :)
Found the Second Edition in the library of my son's 5th grade school. Traded them a Sixth Edition for it. Not a bad trade.
Bob Wiersbe
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Hmmm. Let's see.....
An on topic post brings 2 of rmr's finest, long time posters out of the wood work. Wiersbe and Holihan in the same day. Who'd uhh believed it? ; )
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On Mon, 18 Apr 2005 16:35:19 GMT, "shockwaveriderz"

Didn't notice that anyone came up with the fifth:
Arco Publishing Inc., 1983
TL844.S77 1983 629.46'52'0228 82-8913 ISBN 0668-05358-5 (Reference Text) AACR2 ISBN 0-668-05360-7 (Paper edition)
have all of 'em. GC
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But you are hard core for "Lee Corey".
Jerry
"Today, *anybody* can put a large model rocket motor in a very small, highly streamlined model rocket and launch it straight up and out of sight. It doesn't prove that the person who did it is a genius, somebody special, a technology wizard, or anything of the sort. It does, however, indicate that the person is a "technology twit"--one who doesn't care how science and technology are used..." - The Handbook of Model Rocketry, 5th edition, page 10 by G. Harry Stine
"Nothing in the preface or first chapter [The Handbook of Model Rocketry, 5th edition] makes any distinction between "basement bombing" and organized amateur groups." - Kenneth C. McGoffin
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gary: since you have them all would you provide, 4th,5th,6th info please?
TIA
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On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 17:03:04 GMT, "shockwaveriderz"

Oh, I thought I's seen someone post the forth, here it is:
Follet Publishing Co., Chicago; 1976 LC# 75-13852 ISBN 0-695-80615-7 paper ISBN 0-695-80616-5 cloth
Well, I *had* the sixth, but it never came back from a loan. That's the kind of loss I don't mind, since it went to a H.S. student; I like to think it'll get some use. The sixth ed is easy to replace at Amazon.
GC
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On Wed, 20 Apr 2005 21:04:42 -0600, Gary Crowell / VCP

Sixth: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Stine, G. Harry (George Harry).     Handbook of model rocketry / by G. Harry Stine. - 6th ed.         p. cm.     Includes bibliographical references and index.     ISBN 0-471-59361-3 (paper)     1. Rockets (Aeronautics)-Models. I. Title. TL844.S77 1994 629.46'52'0228-dc20                    93-33018
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I have a Fourth Edition...
Publisher: Follett Text Copyright: 1976 Illustrations copyright: 1976
ISBN Paper: 0-695-80615-7 ISBN Cloth: 0-695-80616-5
Library of Congress Number: 75-13852
No separate publication date given.
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