Tom Montemayor also put up 3 flights, all successful. Tom started with his ancient North Coast Archer, powered by a core H165 Redline and two outboard D12s. Tom used slow fuse to light the D12s, and it was certainly slow. A few seconds after the H165 burned out, with the Archer just reaching apogee, one of the D12s fired. For a rocket this heavy, a D12 does nothing but make a little smoke. After deployment, with the rocket descending gently under parachute, the other D12 fired. Again, it didn't do anything but make smoke, but it did look neat! Next, Tom launched Stud Duck with a Kosdon I300 for a perfect flight and recovery. Finally, Tom brought out his LOC Bruiser, powered by a Kosdon J500. The 38mm 900ns motor lifted the Bruiser to 1,490 feet at a max acceleration of 8 Gs. Deployment occurred right at apogee for a perfect flight and recovery.