Staged Fat Boy

Staged Fat Boy

Post by Jon38 » Sat, 07 Mar 1998 04:00:00



Just a note to all of you who were asking me how I did some of the things on my
staged Fat Boy.  I have drawn up plans and written an article for SpRocketry
magazine.  It may take a while for them to show up, since everything will have
to be redrawn into a format they can use (I'm cad-illiterate), but I'm sure
they will be in there this year.

To those who asked about the sFB and didn't get an adequate answer, I
apologize.  I didn't expect to get so many questions about it and was wearing
my fingers out with all the typing. (one-finger method- I'm typing-skills
illiterate as well<g>)

Also, for those that may be interested, I am presently putting the finishing
touches on an article about the 1/10 Little Joe II.  This is also for
SpRocketry.

Thanks again to all those that have been to my page.

John O'Donnell  NAR 60742  Sr. L2                                              
                                                       CSAR Sec 113
Visit my web page at http://members.aol.com/Jon3854/index.html

 
 
 

Staged Fat Boy

Post by Jeff Gortatowsk » Sat, 07 Mar 1998 04:00:00


Thanks for sharing the articles! Gives me something to look forward to since the
Jan and Feb issues of HPR mag have been thin on content.

Jeff

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> Also, for those that may be interested, I am presently putting the finishing
> touches on an article about the 1/10 Little Joe II.  This is also for
> SpRocketry.

> Thanks again to all those that have been to my page.

> John O'Donnell  NAR 60742  Sr. L2
>                                                        CSAR Sec 113
> Visit my web page at http://members.aol.com/Jon3854/index.html

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