Sunday, September 27, 2015
Jimmy Yawn shot video and posted the first B6-4 flight.
To see the launch and recovery, CLICK HERE
Scroll down to the Break--Away.
EDIT: The C6-5 Break-Away flight has also been posted. Thanks go to Jimmy Yawn.
Sunday, September 20, 2015
From the NSL 20015 coverage in Sport Rocketry -
Kaitlin poses with her Odd'l Rockets Pigasus named "Peppa".
The Odd'l Blast ceramic blast deflector was featured on the Rocket News and New Products page.
The Little Green Man is spotted in the JonRocket ad.
Saturday, September 12, 2015
The new Odd'l Rockets prototype BREAK-AWAY had two more successful test launches September 12 at the monthly NEFAR launch in Bunnell, Florida.
First up with an Estes B6-4 to an estimated 350'. The second C6-5 flight reached 700'. Stable and true!
Ejections popped the model into six segments and it recovered horizontally.
Here's the model after landing with no damage.
This rocket falls faster than a parachute rocket would making a good small field model. It's recommended that it be flown and recovered on a softer grass field.
I should be able to start on the instructions soon!