Terrier Sandhawk & Sandhawk Kits

Terrier Sandhawk & Sandhawk Kits

Post by Adam Attaria » Wed, 29 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Hey.

Do any of you know of any high power Sandhawk or Terrier Sandhawk kits?
It would need to be durable. Like something that flys on a 38mm motor.
Would really like a Terrier Sandhawk kit. That would be cool. Any info
appreciated.

Adam

Disclaimer:
I _think_ to stage you need to level two. But, if I build a two stager,
it would be mostly for _show_. I think it is a cool looking rocket.
Right now I have _no_ intention of _flying_ a two stage rocket at my age
and at this time. Ok? I just want a good source for a good Sandhawk kit.

Adam.

 
 
 

Terrier Sandhawk & Sandhawk Kits

Post by Jon38 » Wed, 29 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

>Hey.<BR>
><BR>
>Do any of you know of any high power Sandhawk or Terrier Sandhawk kits?<BR>
>It would need to be durable. Like something that flys on a 38mm motor.<BR>
>Would really like a Terrier Sandhawk kit. That would be cool. Any info<BR>
>appreciated.<BR>
><BR>
>Adam<BR>
><BR>
>Disclaimer:<BR>
>I _think_ to stage you need to level two. But, if I build a two stager,<BR>
>it would be mostly for _show_. I think it is a cool looking rocket.<BR>
>Right now I have _no_ intention of _flying_ a two stage rocket at my age<BR>
>and at this time. Ok? I just want a good source for a good Sandhawk kit.<BR>
><BR>
>Adam.<BR>
><BR>
></HTML>

As I mentioned in the other post, there are several kits from a few companies.
Rocket R&D has 4" and 7.5" versions and Atlantic Rockets has, I think, a 2.6"
and 3.1" version.

These are all just Sandhawk kits, no Terrier booster.

The July/August 1997 issue of Sport Rocketry has plans for scratch-building a
BT-60 based Sandhawk that flies on E thru G motors.

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