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Old 04-07-2020, 07:49 AM
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Old 04-07-2020, 11:07 AM
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So I was able to achieve a truly DOT/ATF/NAR/NFPA exempt propellant. You can buy a candle. You can buy a rocket motor.

The issue is the clubs are involved in arbitrary rulemaking and that exemption from them makes them nervous (irrationally, because we always need clubs). So my question is simple from the perspective of THIS audience. Are you even willing to buy exempt product or does it violate your religion?

There's always Home Depot and Wal-Mart.

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Nothing like a BS comment, Jerry. I'm aware of what you have accomplished, Jerry, but that was years and years ago. This is Now. I really dislike those kinds of statements when all you are doing is looking to do is tease. Money where mouth is. As for fixating on HPR and HPR+; No, does not work well here in So.NJ. You would do well with LPR and MPR motors, but that's not you, is it? You could do so much, motor wise, Jerry, but talk is cheap. Stop talking, it's getting irritating.
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Old 04-07-2020, 11:16 AM
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Old 04-07-2020, 11:24 AM
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My money is against Bundick. Always has been. Better? No. Cheaper? Not at first at least, but potentially yes after 2-3 years. Fits same sizes? Yes. Show me? We are not there yet for this audience for the very reason I have heard both skeptical and accusing comments already.

I have a simple question that has not been answered. I have answered almost all questions posed of me.

Respond to the original post if you want to be helpful.

Snipe if you don't.

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Old 04-07-2020, 02:06 PM
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My money is against Bundick. Always has been. Better? No. Cheaper? Not at first at least, but potentially yes after 2-3 years. Fits same sizes? Yes. Show me? We are not there yet for this audience for the very reason I have heard both skeptical and accusing comments already.

I have a simple question that has not been answered. I have answered almost all questions posed of me.

Respond to the original post if you want to be helpful.

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I did, answer it.
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Old 04-07-2020, 02:09 PM
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Post the MSDS also.
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Old 04-07-2020, 02:45 PM
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I feel like I am not getting responses to my original conditional question. Lot's of questions about the conditions. So I hereby withdraw the question and adjust the marketing model. Thanks.

Two non-sensical comments did it for me. End users do not need or get an MSDS. A shipper or warehouse might, but almost never for an exempt product. A DOT exempt product does not have a DOT approval.

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Old 04-07-2020, 08:20 PM
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So I was able to achieve a truly DOT/ATF/NAR/NFPA exempt propellant. You can buy a candle. You can buy a rocket motor.

The issue is the clubs are involved in arbitrary rulemaking and that exemption from them makes them nervous (irrationally, because we always need clubs). So my question is simple from the perspective of THIS audience. Are you even willing to buy exempt product or does it violate your religion?

There's always Home Depot and Wal-Mart.

Just Jerry


It seems what might be being said is that “Yes, we may be willing to buy exempt product” if, IF we knew just a little more about said ‘exempt product’. As it stands right now, I don’t think we have enough info about it to make an informed decision.

But I think you have us at least interested to learn more, IF you are willing to share more. If not, then yes, I guess we can’t go any further.

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Old 04-07-2020, 08:44 PM
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It seems what might be being said is that “Yes, we may be willing to buy exempt product” if, IF we knew just a little more about said ‘exempt product’. As it stands right now, I don’t think we have enough info about it to make an informed decision.But I think you have us at least interested to learn more, IF you are willing to share more. If not, then yes, I guess we can’t go any further.Earl
That is what you are saying. Your collegues are not on the same page.

The word exempt has a literal meaning like flammable newspaper or hay or something.

Besides I am not seeking opinions on IF it is exempt. It is. I am seeking opinions on whether it is compatible with the 5000 person NAR market. It is not.

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Old 04-07-2020, 09:04 PM
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I feel like I am not getting responses to my original conditional question.


OK. Your original question was:

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So my question is simple from the perspective of THIS audience. Are you even willing to buy exempt product or does it violate your religion?


So you want to talk about nonsensical posts. Let me take a WAG as to what you are talking about. My religion does not prohibit me from buying motors that are exempt from hazmat fees. So the either this or that doesn't make much sense. OK?

Or are you referring to selling uncertified motors but are too, whatever, to just come right out and ask?
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