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Old 08-06-2005, 06:48 PM
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What part of Texas are you headed? Chances are, you'll be in good hands here. At last count, we (Texas) have seven or eight NAR Sections, some extremely active, and just as
many HPR (TRA) clubs. NAR competition has picked up big time over the past year. Hope
you'll be in the Houston area so you can join us!


I will be in Austin, perhaps too far to Houston??? Maybe someday I'll stop by.
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Old 08-06-2005, 07:44 PM
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I will be in Austin, perhaps too far to Houston??? Maybe someday I'll stop by.


The Austin Area Rocketry Group (AARG) is based in Austin, so you'll be in great hands there!!
They've hosted the NSL - 2004 last year and co-hosted the Tex-Regional (with DARS) this
past June, and have among their members several well known HPR flyers and recent
champions from the last World Spacemodeling Championships. Some of their members come and fly with us at club launches here in the Houston area from time to time. So, yes,
you'll be close enough that we might get to meet sometimes soon!! Welcome to Texas!
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Old 08-06-2005, 11:06 PM
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sorry to get off topic for just a moment , I located the centuri catalog online and notice that the large tube is indeed an Estes bt-60. So It was confusion on my part, being a centuri model I assumed it used Centuri parts. I can start the build now

Again thanks for offering the files.
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Old 08-07-2005, 02:18 AM
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I missed downloading the plans...would someone mind emailing a set of the plans for the Centuri Magnum SAM-3 kit to me at dwolman@campusfundraiser.com?

Any help would be appreciated...

Thanks!

Dan
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Old 08-10-2005, 12:28 PM
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I missed downloading the plans...would someone mind emailing a set of the plans for the Centuri Magnum SAM-3 kit to me at dwolman@campusfundraiser.com?

Any help would be appreciated...

Thanks!

Dan

They should now be in your hands, Dan.
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