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Ras Skipper
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Hi everybody. I'm new:)
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Ras Skipper wrote:Hi everybody. I'm new:)
Welcome to the Water Rocket Forum :W
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Ras Skipper wrote:Hi everybody. I'm new:)
Hi there! What experience level would you say you are? Are you just getting started or have you been at this a while?

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Hi,
Well I have made a few rockets in the past, gradually building in capacity. 500ml, 1L, 1.5L, 2L then a 3L version. I have a 6L (2x3L) that has never been pressure tested (time?) and am constructing a new 2L model with dual parachutes. The deployment method has always just been that the nose cone falls off at appogee. Success rate for deployment is around 40%:)