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Old 03-26-2005, 01:17 AM
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Does anyone out there have plans for the CMR Pirate 2 stage payloader?

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Old 04-20-2005, 11:21 PM
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Guess not :-(
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I worked for Howard for several years, it wouldn't be hard for me to make up some plans for you, however the payload section was RB77 and the Nose cone and shoulder were made from vacuum formed NC77's, which are impossible to get now. The fins where made from 1/64" plywood and I may have the plan from for them in may range box.
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I worked for Howard for several years, it wouldn't be hard for me to make up some plans for you, however the payload section was RB77 and the Nose cone and shoulder were made from vacuum formed NC77's, which are impossible to get now. The fins where made from 1/64" plywood and I may have the plan from for them in may range box.



Hi Rktflyer,


Yeah, I have the RB77 and I can wing it with a Centuri ST5, so just the tube lengths and fin patterns would help. I may have the NC's tucked away somewhere. Did the transition come pre-cut, or did the builder have to cut it down?
My last order to CMR included the Pirate and an extra payload section, along w/a few other parts, but came back with a "Sorry, we are unable to fulfill your order at this time" note. That was the the end of CMR...


Thanks for what ever you can provide.


Must have been interesting working for Howard; were you there when he shut down?


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I know, right? I was a wee laddie of not quite 50 years when I posted this request. Lucky I'm still upright...
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