Just finishing up a Hyperloc 1600. Great rocket! A few decals and it's done. Even though I'm a newbie, both this kit and the Minie Magg went together better than most kits we've tried. Here's a pic on Facebook:
Mason Hazzard said:September 22, 2011 4:53 pm PST
I have had my eye on the Fantom for a long time as my Jr. L1 kit. I am sad to see it go out of production. I figured that it was now or never, so I bought one. It is by far the largest rocket I have ever built, and Everything looks perfect, from the body tubes to the plywood parts. I added a payload bay, and just the weight of the tubes alone is already heavier than my previously largest rocket. I even received free vinyl decals! LOC will definitely see my business again, but first, the new pride of my fleet has to be built and flown. Thank you LOC!
Glen Taft said:July 19, 2011 1:14 pm PST
I, too, am glad to see LOC is still around. I am a BAR from the 70's and loved it then. Shoot, now I'm over 54, retired (not by choice, health), and can afford the big birds. The old addage big toy's for big boys definately reins here. I can relate to J Luzar as I have the Big Nuke, he will love it, you'll feel the ground shake. I love it. I also have the King Viper III and by far this is my favorite of all. ;) I love the looks I get when I unload it out of truck (here comes the sherrif's dept. So I have to call them from now on when I'm going to fly the big birds. Thanks LOC/Precision we love your products
Hang in there LOC/P.
Jeffrey Thomas said:July 13, 2011 12:59 pm PST
i remember when a guy named Ron owned the company iVe used many of your products.
Andreas MÃ¼ller said:June 23, 2011 12:43 pm PST
we have just uploaded version 1.4 of iPowerRocket, the rocketry App for iPhone/iPod/iPad to Apple. This new version includes 29 kits from LOC as templates, so simulating many LOC rockets with iPowerRocket has just become very easy.