Below are links to web pages that I use frequently. Where commercial
vendors are listed, they are here because I have used them and have
had good, professional experiences with them.
Model Rocketry Associations and ClubsNational Association of Rocketry
The name says it all. This is a national organization for model rocketry. Membership includes a subscription to Sport Rocketry, access to their technical publications, and insurance.
Model Rocket PlansJim Z Rocket Plans
One of the best sites on the web for BARs looking to recreate the rockets of their childhood. The library of plans here is extensive and focussed on getting you the information you need to actually build a given rocket. I've built two clones of classic kits from the plans here, and am working on another. Thanks Jim!
Ye Olde Rocket Plans
NAR Competition Rocket Plans
Cyclone Model Rocket Plans
Model Rocketry VendorsFliskits, Inc.
My favorite rocketry vendor, bar none. Fliskits brings that old home-brewed, grass roots, friendly feeling that I remember so strongly from my youth to the hobby. Jim Flis (one of the founders) has a strong presence on the web and is endlessly helpful. I just received my first Fliskit (the Overdrive) and can't wait to build it.
On-line ForumsThe Rocketry Forum
The friendliest, most helpful collection of rocketeers I've found on the web. As one member put it, it's like "rocketry university." If you have questions, don't miss out on this place.
Other Personal PagesNinfinger Productions
This site has, among other things, one of the most extensive collections of model rocketry links I've been able to find.
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