You could always do what I did. Go to the court web site and download the documents.It doesn't have quite the popularity of the Gitmo rulings so it isn't in an area where you can get it for free. But they are public records and all you have to do is register for a PACER account and you can get them.
Here is a quote from the ruling:
ORDERED, that the plaintiffs? requests for the Court to (1) order the ATF to recognize sport rocket motors as propellant actuated devices and to (2) order that the Question and Answer sheet currently posted on the ATF website either be removed or revised are DENIED. It is further ORDERED, that the parties shall proceed with the litigation of this case as previously scheduled by the Court.
If that isn't enough for you, here is an argument from the BATFE's filing which should give you an idea of how they feel about it.
"The 1994 letters provide that rocket motors containing no more than 62.5 grams of propellant, and producing less than 80 newton-seconds (17.92 pound seconds) of total impulse with thrust duration not less than 0.050 seconds are exempt. See id. at 15-16. This, of course, means that rocket motors not meeting those criteria are not exempt."
tater schuld wrote: > Bunny, please confirm or deny this. >