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    Aerobee 100 Junior Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Aerobee 100 Junior Model Rocket Kit

    The Aerobee 100, or Aerobee Junior, was first flown early in 1958. This vehicle was designed by Aerojet General to be an inexpensive rocket to fly payloads of 50 - 100 pounds up to 90 miles. Most of the 20 produced used a solid-fuel booster, but two were actually sea-launched as a single-stage rocket (which makes this model eligible for NAR Scale competition).

    Aerobee rockets have long been a favorite of scale modelers. ASP's kit is 1.89" in diameter and about 2 1/2 feet tall and features through-the-wall laser-cut plywood fins (with optional balsa laminations), big balsa nose cone, pre-rounded basswood conduits, steel cable shock cord mount and water slide decal. Makes a great intro to mid-power rocketry and flies fantastic (and high!) on 29mm F and G engines!

    A parachute is not included with this kit. We recommend an 18" or 24" nylon parachute.

    This kit has an accurate scale outline, but is also a fairly easy build.

    Aerobee 300 Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Aerobee 300 Model Rocket Kit

    The Aerobee 300, or "Spaerobee", was first flown in 1958. Eleven were flown by the Air Force and Navy with the last taking flight in 1965. The Aerobee series of rockets was designed by Aerojet General and is considered a descendant of the WAC Corporal.

    Aerobee rockets have long been a favorite of scale modelers, and the Aerobee 300 has been an especially popular prototype. ASP's kit is 1.89" in diameter and over three feet tall! The kit features through-the-wall laser-cut plywood fins (with optional balsa laminations), balsa nose cone and transition, pre-rounded basswood conduits, steel cable shock cord mount and water slide and self-adhesive decals.

    Makes a great intro to mid-power rocketry and flies fantastic (and high!) on 29mm F and G engines! This model can reach some impressive altitudes, especially with G engines. The kit has an accurate scale outline but is also a fairly easy build that leaves room for the modeler to add additional details if desired.

    A parachute is not included with this kit. We recommend a 24" nylon parachute.

    Black Brant IV Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Black Brant IV Model Rocket Kit

    The Black Brant IV is a Canadian sounding rocket designed to launch payloads to over 500 miles high. First flown in 1964, the two-stage rocket was used into the 1980's. Over fifty flew from launch sites all over the world, including Peru, Spain, Norway, Greenland, and the U.S. among others.

    ASP's single-stage scale kit is nearly three feet tall and features a balsa transition and hard balsa nose cone, laser-cut basswood fins, water-slide and self-adhesive decals, and a quick-change engine hook. You can fly this model on a wide range of engines, with fairly low altitudes on a C, but practically out-of-sight flights on an E! Designed primarily for 24mm C, D & E engines, it can also be flown on selected 18mm engines with an adapter (not included). A bright metallic parachute returns it to the ground for flight after flight.

    Black Brant VB Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Black Brant VB Model Rocket Kit

    The Black Brant VB is a Canadian sounding rocket designed to launch payloads to an altitude of 200 miles. First flown in 1965, over 180 have flown from launch sites all over the world.

    The Black Brant VB has long been a favorite of scale modelers. ASP's scale kit is over two and a half feet tall and features a balsa nose cone, laser-cut basswood fins, water-slide decals and quick-change engine hook. Designed primarily for 24mm C, D, and E engines, it can also be flown on selected 18mm engines with an adapter (not included). A bright metallic parachute returns it to the ground for flight after flight.

    D-Region Tomahawk (29mm) Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products D-Region Tomahawk (29mm) Rocket Kit

    The D-Region Tomahawk was flown early in 1968. This vehicle was intended to fly to the D layer of the ionosphere, thus the name "D-Region". Tomahawk rockets are used to this day as the upper stage of many sounding rocket flights.

    The D-Region Tomahawk has long been a favorite of scale modelers. This new kit from ASP is over three feet tall and features through-the-wall laser-cut plywood fins, a balsa nose cone, a steel cable shock cord mount, and self-adhesive decals.

    This kit makes a great intro to mid-power rocketry and flies fantastic on 29mm F and G engines. ASP's kit provides an accurate scale outline, but is fairly easy to build leaving room for the modeler to add additional details if desired.

    A parachute is not included with this kit. A 24" nylon 'chute is recommeded.

    Eggstravaganza 24 Platinum Edition Egglofter Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Eggstravaganza 24 Platinum Edition Egglofter Model Rocket Kit

    The newest version of ASP's popular and contest-winning Eggstravaganza series of Egglofter kits features an aerodynamic and lightweight clear plastic egg cone, a shock cord made of Kevlar and elastic, and laser-cut G10 fiberglass fins. The tapered silver shroud reduces drag while giving plenty of room for a parachute.

    These kits have been used extensively in NAR competition and have helped modelers bring home many trophies. This egg lofter can be flown in either Altitude or Duration events. The egg cone has a section in the base that will fit some smaller altimeters and also comes with the option of using a sponge-like foam egg protector that conforms to the inside of the cone and to the egg. The egg protector gives superior protection against breaking the egg and also makes mating the two pieces of the egg cone much easier.

    Micro Corporal Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro Corporal Model Rocket Kit

    The Corporal was the first guided missile put into use by the U. S. Army. Originally designed as a test vehicle to study the problems associated with long range rockets, the Corporal missile was later turned into a tactical battlefield missile capable of carrying either a conventional or nuclear warhead. The first test vehicle was flown in 1947. Full production vehicles made their appearance in the summer of 1952. The basic design saw some modifications until the Corporal was retired in 1964. This missile was propelled by a liquid fuel engine and was guided by radio control.

    ASP's Micro Coporal kit is designed to use Quest Micro Maxx engines. The kit includes a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decals, and complete instructions.

    Micro Hawk Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro Hawk Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Created for the US army, the HAWK ("Homing All-the-Way Killer") missile was put into service in 1959. Designed as an anti-aircraft missile, the HAWK was also sold to many countries and was later used as a sounding rocket for research.

    ASP's micro kit is designed to use Quest Micro Maxx engines. The kit includes a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decals, and complete instructions.

    Micro Jayhawk Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro Jayhawk Model Rocket Kit

    The Jayhawk is an air-launched supersonic target drone used to simulate incoming missiles for fleet shoot-down exercises. Manufactured by Beechcraft, it first flew in the spring of 1961.

    ASP's micro kit is designed to use Quest Micro Maxx engines and includes a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, full-color water-slide decals, and complete instructions.

    Micro RP-3 Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro RP-3 Model Rocket Kit

    The RP-3 was an unguided experimental Polish rocket. Earlier versions of the RP series were used for diverse purposes such as wind studies and carrying "Rocket Mail." The RP-3 was first built in 1963 and stood over seven feet tall.

    This micro kit is designed to use Quest's Micro Maxx engines. The kit includes a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decal and our complete instructions. Due to the small parts involved, these kits are not recommended for the first-time modeler.

    Micro Sandia Sandhawk Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro Sandia Sandhawk Model Rocket Kit

    The Sandia Sandhawk was developed as an upper stage for sounding rocket systems. The Sandhawk flew three times as a single stage rocket between 1966 and 1974.

    This micro kit is designed to use Quest Micro Maxx engines and features a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decal and instructions. Due to the small parts involved, these kits are not recommended for the first-time modeler.

    Micro Sonda II B Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro Sonda II B Model Rocket Kit

    The Sonda II B is the largest of Brazil's series of Sonda II sounding rockets. The Sonda II was first flown during the early 1970s and continues in use today. This micro kit is designed to use Quest Micro Maxx engines and includes a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decal and complete instructions. Due to the small parts involved, these kits are not recommended for the first-time modeler.

    Micro That Tube Rocket Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro That Tube Rocket Model Rocket Kit

    The smallest of ASP's "That Tube Rocket" series, the Micro That Tube Rocket is ASP's easiest micro kit to build. Designed to fly on Quest Micro Maxx motors, the kit includes a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, and complete instructions.

    Micro WAC Corporal Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro WAC Corporal Model Rocket Kit

    The WAC Corporal was the United States' first sounding rocket. Seventeen WAC and WAC B rockets were flown from 1945 to 1947. The WAC was launched with the aid of the Tiny Tim solid propellant booster. After the booster burned out, it fell away and the liquid fuel propelled sustainer stage continued its upward flight. Although it looks like a two-stage kit, this model is cleverly designed to fly on a single micro motor. This micro kit is designed to use Quest Micro Maxx engines and includes a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decal and complete instructions. Due to the small parts involved, these kits are not recommended for the first-time modeler.

    Neo Standard Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Neo Standard Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's Neo Standard is a great beginner's kit. Easy to build and fly, the Neo Standard is ideal for use in school and other group settings. Designed with the beginner in mind, the Neo Standard is also a fun sport flier for modelers of any experience level.

    Features laser-cut balsa fins, balsa nose cone, quick-change engine hook, and parachute recovery. The Neo Standard flies on standard 18mm engines.

    RX-250-LPN (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products RX-250-LPN (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's RX-250-LPN is a flying scale model of the Indonesian sounding rocket. The RX series of rockets was first developed in the mid 1980s. Designed to lift scientific instruments to an altitude of 70 km, the real RX-250-LPN was flown between the years of 1987 and 2007.

    This scale kit is nearly two and a half feet tall and features a balsa nose cone, laser-cut basswood fins, water-slide decals, and a quick-change engine hook.

    Designed primarily for 24mm C, D & E engines, it can also be flown on selected 18mm engines with an adapter (not included). A bright metallic parachute returns it to the ground for flight after flight.

    Sandia Sandhawk (29mm) Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Sandia Sandhawk (29mm) Rocket Kit

    The Sandia Sandhawk has long been a favorite of scale modelers. The Sandia Sandhawk was developed as an upper stage for sounding rocket systems. The Sandhawk flew three times as a single-stage rocket between 1966 and 1974.

    ASP's new kit is over 3 1/2 feet tall and features through-the-wall laser-cut plywood fins, a balsa nose cone, wire antennas, a steel cable shock cord mount, and self-adhesive decals. The Sandia Sandhawk kit is a great intro to mid-power rocketry and flies fantastic on 29mm F and G engines. This kit provides an accurate scale outline, but is fairly easy to build and leaves room for the modeler to add additional details if desired.

    A parachute is not included with this kit. A 24" nylon 'chute is recommended.

    Thermal Seeker 13 Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Thermal Seeker 13 Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's Thermal Seeker 13 features a lightweight vacuum-formed plastic cone, a quality spiral-wound body tube, Kevlar shock cord, and thin G10 fiberglass fins. The kit includes a "Hang Time Tracing Paper Streamer Kit" with enough materials to construct two streamers. This is a contest-quality kit.

    Thermal Seeker 18 Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Thermal Seeker 18 Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's Thermal Seeker 18 features a lightweight vacuum-formed plastic cone, a quality spiral-wound body tube, Kevlar shock cord, and thin G10 fiberglass fins. The kit includes a "Hang Time Tracing Paper Streamer Kit" with enough materials to construct two streamers. This is a contest-quality kit.

    Theta 18 Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Theta 18 Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's Theta 18 is an easy-to-build kit for beginners and a great sport flier for modelers of any experience level. With laser-cut balsa fins, a balsa nose cone, and streamer recovery, the Theta 18 flies on standard 18mm engines.

    Versi - Loader 2 Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Versi - Loader 2 Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's new version of the popular Versi - Loader kit has been updated to conform to the new NAR payload rules. This easy-to-build 18mm engine-powered kit features a balsa nose cone and bulkhead, laser-cut balsa fins, and a complete payload kit. The Versi - Loader 2 can be flown either single-stage or two-stage. Although designed primarily as a payload model, the Versi - Loader 2 is also capable of being used as a Parachute or Streamer Duration model in the higher impulse events (B & up) as well as in Altitude events, or just for fun as a high-flying sport model. Includes a NAR-Style payload.

    WAC Corporal (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products WAC Corporal (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    WAC Corporal (29/38mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products WAC Corporal (29/38mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The WAC Corporal was the United States first sounding rocket. Seventeen WAC and WAC B rockets were flown from 1945 to 1947. The WAC was launched with the aid of the Tiny Tim solid propellant booster. After the booster burned out, it fell away and the liquid fuel propelled sustainer stage continued its upward flight.

    At 2.6" in diameter and over 3 1/2 feet tall, ASP's 38mm, single-stage version of the ever-popular WAC Corporal will be a welcome addition to your rocket fleet. A custom-turned hard balsa nose cone and boattail, laminated, easily-shaped fins along with a plastic and wood conduit make this a model that looks and flies like a dream. This model has a main 38mm engine mount. An adapter is included to fly 29mm engines.

    A 24" or 30" nylon parachute (not included) is recommended.

    WAC Corporal (29mm) Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products WAC Corporal (29mm) Rocket Kit

    The WAC Corporal was the United States first sounding rocket. Seventeen WAC and WAC B rockets were flown from 1945 to 1947. The WAC was launched with the aid of the Tiny Tim solid propellant booster. After the booster burned out, it fell away and the liquid fuel propelled sustainer stage continued its upward flight.

    ASP's new WAC kit is 1.89" in diameter and just over 2 1/2 feet tall. It comes with a hard balsa nose cone and a balsa boattail, and pre-rounded basswood conduit. This kit makes a great intro to mid-power rocketry and flies fantastic on 29mm F and G engines.

    A parachute is not included. A 24" nylon 'chute is recommended.

    WAC Corporal (Two Stage 18mm to 18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products WAC Corporal (Two Stage 18mm to 18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    This detailed model of the WAC Corporal with Tiny Tim Booster features a balsa boattail, hard balsa nose cone, and laser-cut balsa fins. Using the "Pass - Port" staging method, the standard 18mm booster fires an 18mm upper stage motor for impressive, two-stage flights. The upper stage may also be flown as a single stage model. Recommended for the advanced modeler.

    WAC Corporal (Two Stage 24mm to 18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products WAC Corporal (Two Stage 24mm to 18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    This detailed model features a balsa boattail, hard balsa nose cone, and laser-cut balsa fins. Using the "Pass - Port" staging method, a D12-0 booster fires an 18mm upper stage motor for impressive, two-stage flights. The upper stage may also be flown as a single stage model. Recommended for the advanced modeler.



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