Just to show how the current situation has been mis-understood, I found this in a club's newletter:
" Decision leads to reduced restrictions Classification of APCP as an explosive imposed regulatory restrictions of the handling of the product by all users. These regulatory controls on members were felt to be unfair by the Appellants (TRA & NAR). The decision effectively removes these restrictions in handling of Ammonium Perchlorate Composite as a rocket fuel. "
In reality, nothing has changed.
Per the statement (Feb 10, 2006) by Good and Bundick, and here's what I'd go by:
" We are currently discussing next steps and practical, regulatory implications of the Court's opinion with counsel, and will offer further feedback after we've completed that discussion. We expect to offer that feedback to members sometime in the next week to ten days."
Here it is 5 weeks later, and there's been no additional feedback from NAR/TRA, so we can only assume that nothing really changed. That is unless Good and Bundick have provided additional feedback to NAR/TRA that I've not seen! (nothing on ROL, RMR, the TRA listserver, etc....)