This article is from the Model Rockets FAQ, by Wolfram von Kiparski with numerous contributions by others.
In case you haven't read any other part of the FAQ yet, amateur rocketry
on the Internet IS NOT rec.models.rockets. Read Parts 1 and 14 of
Questions related to rocket motor propellant formulation, rocket
motor construction, etc. should be posted on rec.pyrotechnics.
Discussion threads about these subjects always appear there.
AMROCNET MAILING LIST
The AmRocNet mailing list is for the discussion of all aspects of "amateur
rocket and motor construction". This includes discussions relating to
amateur rocket designs, making motors, safety, laws, events, experiences,
news, reviews, commentary and other items which could be described as of
general interest to amateur rocket people.
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WORLD WIDE WEB
From Tim Patterson (firstname.lastname@example.org):
I have recently created a new rocketry web page. It has info and links
regarding High Power solids, amateur liquids and other interesting
stuff. Check it out at: http://www.primenet.com/~monoply
How to Design, Build and Test Small Liquid-Fuel Rocket Engines
is a small (66 pages) booklet published by ROCKETLAB in 1967.
As such, it is somewhat dated, but is nonetheless interesting.
You can read it at:
Tom Peregrin's Pyrotechnic Web page
Tom routinely contributes to rec.models.rockets whenever
pyrotechnic issues arise.
Greg Gallacci's Pyrotechnic Journal
a website devoted to composite rocket motor making
Tom Dimok's Pyrotechnic Web Page
loads of links, information, and advice