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Old 08-06-2020, 02:25 PM
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There NEVER was a "plastic cone" version of the K-27/1227 Honest John.
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Old 08-06-2020, 07:37 PM
Jack Hydrazine Jack Hydrazine is offline
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Originally Posted by BEC
I did some digging but for some reason I can't come up with my reissue Estes Goblin with the plastic nose cone. Here are my original Goblin (which was built but unfinished for over 30 years) and one built from the Semroc repro kit which was released just after eRockets bought Semroc. Nose cone closeup is in the same order - original BNC-55AO on left, Semroc interpretation on the right.

I can definitely see a slight difference. One that stands out is the radius of the tip of the nose cone. I may go ahead and design that AO as well as the AO I have designed and just published to Thingiverse.

Thanks so much for taking the time out to do that for me! It's greatly appreciated!
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