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Old 06-10-2009, 05:55   #1

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Series Drogue Cone Dimensions

I'm wanting to start using scap canvas pieces to put together a series drogue. I use predominantly topgun and it would seem to be heavier than what's usually used but rescued from trash. I found number of cones,spacing,line length and diameters etc on my searches. Nobody mentioned the dimensions of the cones. I saw someone on ebay selling individuals that were 5" big end 1" small end. Is this standard? If anyone has purchased one complete how much did you give for it. Wouldn't want to put in the cost and effort and find out I could have bought one for less than I have in it. Thanks.
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Old 06-10-2009, 06:34   #2
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This is instructions:

And this is a full size pattern:
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