The April 2022 Apogee Peak of Flight News Letter 572 www.apogeerockets.com/education/downloads/Newsletter572.pdf
featured plans and part numbers for a kit called the SledgeHammer. I used the Apogee website to price out the parts which came out to more than I wanted to spend. Recently, while working on a recent scratch build project, I came upon a print out of the plans and realized that I have most of the parts on the list. (John P. gave me the NC) I ordered the transition, MMT kit, rail guides and chute from Apogee. BTW, the chute is really nice. I probably could have bought most everything except the transition from BMS at a lower price but, Tim's daughter is going to college and tuition is due for Spring semester.
I included a photo of the parts dry fitted along with the decals I printed on regular paper and taped on just to see what the rocket looks like in person.
This could be a fun winter project that may or may not be ready for the Winter Follies. I'm sure many of you out there would do a great job building this kit.
I buy tubes from BMS, Rocketarium or LOC. Shipping on the longer tubes (36 inch) is a real killer, so it's aways a good idea to order a few extra as well as different sizes in order to minimize the # of separate orders (we should organize periodic club buys). Some places sell 24 inch length, and the shipping on those is a lot less, if you can live with the shorter length.