My nephew is 10, and was mesmerized by the hundreds of rockets on display in the 4-H building at the State Fair.
I swear, we could have walked off without him, and come back 5 hours later, and he would have still been looking at the rockets, not knowing that we had ever left.
I recently found a sealed Estes rocket at a thrift store, but I found that the cardboard tube/body has had something heavy lay on it at one point during it's life.
The tube is not crushed, but is out of round, and may have a flat spot on it.
Is there any way we can fix this?
(Please forgive me for asking such a dumb question. I've only built one single rocket in my life, back in the 7th grade, for a mandatory shop class project, and that didn't go well. Not at all. In fact, it was a total disaster.)
Thoughts? Ideas? Solutions?
Thanks in advance!!!!!