The Fleet

Everything's moved over from the old server. Now I just need to complete the rest with my paper flight logs. Sorry about the delay... there's a lot of stuff to go through!

Active Rockets

NameDiameterLengthMotorFlightsLast Flown
AIR

A 3" high performance rocket with nine lives.

3.1" 85" 76mm 4 09/30/2006
Apache

A 4" x 54mm boat tail model manufactured by BSD.

4.0" 78.25" 54mm 2 06/10/2007
Arcas

A 4" upscale of my first mid-power rocket.

4.0" 84" 76mm 18 11/08/2014
BHP Nike

Everyone's favorite scale model in a handy 4"/3" combo.

4.0" 54.68" 76mm 1 02/14/2009
Bruiser

The 7.67" LOC classic.

7.6" 71" 54mm 8 06/09/2007
Butters

A super-modified Wildman Gizmo.

5.0" 48" 54mm 1 03/09/2014
Caliber ISP

The high-performance LOC/Precision classic.

3.1" 59.25" 54mm 1 08/09/2014
Competitor 4

My first Performance Rocketry kit.

4.0" 92" 76mm 16 09/03/2016
Dark Energy

An Extreme DarkStar done up in a DE Recordings theme.

4.0" 96" 76mm 6 06/13/2015
Darkstar 3

My variant on the 2012 Black Saturday Special.

3.1" 65" 54mm 3 08/08/2015
DarkStar Lite

A Wildman DarkStar Lite modified for more power.

2.2" 43.5" 38mm 5 07/17/2010
Doorknob

A 2.6" scale model of the 1950s research rocket.

2.6" 23.5" 38mm 2 09/11/2011
emFire

A 6" sport rocket with same-end dual deploy.

6.0" 107" 98mm 2 11/07/2015
Expediter

My fourth LOC kit. It loves J180s.

4.0" 61" 54mm 11 08/13/2011
Goblin

The stubby Polecat drag racer.

4.0" 27" 54mm 1 10/11/2014
Graduator

The 2.6" LOC kit we used to step towards high power.

2.6" 39.5" 29mm 6 11/30/2002
IQSY Tomahawk

A 2/3 scale version of the classic sounding rocket.

6.0" 123" 98mm 3 11/16/2013
iROC

The 5.5" LOC/Precision classic.

5.5" 55" 38mm 11 08/09/2014
Jaguar

A Binder Design kit with dual deployment.

2.6" 80" 38mm 2 05/21/2005
Jart

The 4" version of Wildman's weirdest creation.

4.0" 48" 76mm 4 06/06/2015
Laser/LOC 2.1

One of the original high-performance kits.

2.2" 44" 54mm 8 09/13/2014
Legacy

A 1.6" LOC kit perfect for small hybrids.

1.6" 51" 29mm 3 06/15/2003
Lil Nuke

My first LOC/Precision kit. It's still flying.

2.2" 27.5" 29mm 16 09/29/2013
Little Dragon

A 3" rocket with an ACME fin can and a 30" motor mount.

3.1" 61" 54mm 12 03/09/2014
Little John

A half-scale model of the 60s era field-launched nuclear missile.

6.0" 78" 76mm 3 11/03/2012
LOC IV

A tried and true design that's easy to prep. My L1 cert rocket.

4.0" 47.5" 29mm 10 09/29/2013
Nike Smoke

A Polecat 5.5" kit with a 76mm mount. Also my L3 vehicle.

5.5" 76" 76mm 5 12/30/2006
No Sniveling

A 7.67" rocket built from unreinforced QuikTube. And it works!

7.6" 124" 76mm 1 05/10/2003
Norad

The classic LOC kit with dual deployment.

3.1" 36.25" 38mm 9 02/19/2011
Phobos

The quintessential PML kit, glassed, with dual deployment.

2.2" 60" 38mm 1 01/25/2003
Punisher 3

The Wildman drag race classic.

3.1" 48" 54mm 2 09/12/2015
Quasar

The PML kit, built stock.

2.6" 57" 54mm 3 10/20/2007
Screech

A small Madcow kit with a big motor mount.

1.6" 40.5" 38mm 2 06/13/2010
Small Arcas

A robust scale model of this popular sounding rocket.

2.6" 56.5" 54mm 13 07/13/2007
This End Up

A 6" team project with a 98mm motor mount.

6.0" 120" 98mm 1 06/14/2003
Thor

The well-known split fin design, reinforced for Kosdon motors.

4.0" 84" 54mm 3 01/28/2006
V2 6

The world's first space rocket in an awesome 6" size.

6.0" 60" 76mm 1 11/01/2014
Vulcanite

A tried-and-true high performance LOC kit.

2.2" 53.3" 38mm 11 01/12/2002
Wild Child

The famous Wildman kit that got stuck in the dryer for too long.

1.6" 24" 29mm 1 09/11/2011
Wildman 3

The classic dual deploy Wildman kit.

3.1" 63" 54mm 4 06/06/2015

New Rockets

NameDiameterLengthMotorDate Started
Involver (building)

A carbon fiber and Kevlar-reinforced 7/6 rocket.

7.6" 142" 152mm 06/01/2007
Fab Toy (building)

A Polecat upscale of the much-loved Estes kit.

5.5" 27" 54mm 11/30/2007
Competitor 5 (building)

A Performance Rocketry Competitor 5, with extra motor room.

5.0" 109" 98mm 12/03/2007
Standard ARM (building)

A 4" sport-scale version of everyone's favorite missile.

4.0" 72" 54mm 01/05/2009
Gizmo (building)

The deliciously stubby 5" beater rocket from Performance Rocketry.

5.0" 30" 54mm 04/08/2011

Retired Rockets

NameDiameterLengthMotor
8 Ball (crashed)

A 3" minimum diameter paper rocket for long burn Js.

3.1" 60" 76mm
Inspector Gadget (crashed)

A 3" beater rocket built on the cheap.

3.1" 76" 54mm
I like to design, build, and fly rockets. PostFlight started as a project to help me keep track of them. Now I've opened it up so you can follow along, too.
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