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Recommended Motors = B6-0

    Hex 3 Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Hex 3 Model Rocket Kit

    Estes's Hex 3 is a unique kit requiring "unique paper folding" to build. The Hex 3 flies on 18-mm booster motors.

    Quinstar Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Quinstar Model Rocket Kit

    The Estes Qunstar flying model rocket is assembled from precision-cut wood pieces. The helicopter-recovery saucer spins on the way up as well as during recovery.

    Pheord X150 Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKits Pheord X150 Model Rocket Kit

    Check it out, y'all! The FlisKits Pheord X150 is a high-octane hoot for the redneck in every rocketeer. This six-cylinder saucer has imitation leather seats, an eight-track tape deck, and a custom red-rag antimatter cap.

    Planet Probe Model Rocket Kit

    Quest Aerospace Planet Probe Model Rocket Kit

    Fun to fly and easy to build, the cone-shaped Planet Probe rocket is perfect for small flying areas.

    The Planet Probe features gentle tumble recovery. No recovery wadding is required, so the Planet Probe is easy and quickly prepared for flight.

    Some tips for building the Planet Probe:

    The shroud is pre-printed on one side, but is plain white on the other. As an alternative to using the pre-printed side, you can flip the shroud over and use the white side. The white side may be decorated, before or after assembly, with paint or markers.

    Gluing the cardstock internal fins to the motor mount tube can be challenging. To make it easier, lightly sand both the root edges of each fin and the places on the motor tube where the fins will be glued. Redraw the lines on the motor tube after sanding. Sanding the surfaces gives a slightly rougher finish which allows the glue to adhere better. Apply a light bead of glue along the line on motor tube. Stick the root edge of the fin to the glue. Pull the fin away and wait a few seconds. Then stick it back in place. Hold the fin in place for a while until it is steady before trying to glue the next fin.

    An alternative way to attach the fins to the motor tube is to use a thin bead of CA ("Super") glue. Be careful when aligning the fin and pressing it into the glue because the glue will grab instantly. Let the glue dry for an hour or two then apply a fillit of white or wood glue along each fin's edge as described in the kit's instructions.

    Planet Probe Model Rocket Kit Bulk Pack (12)

    Quest Aerospace Planet Probe Model Rocket Kit Bulk Pack (12)

    The easy-to-assemble Planet Probe features a pre-printed aeroshroud. This bulk package includes twelve (12) Planet Probe kits.

    Vortico Odd-Roc Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Vortico Odd-Roc Model Rocket Kit

    Looking for something different? Give this oddroc a whirl! The Vortico shoots straight up into the sky and starts spinning. That motion results in helicoptering on the way down for a smooth landing. This oddroc consists of seven pre-cut plywood pieces, motor tube, and launch lug. The clearly illustrationed instructions make the Vortico rocket easy to assemble. The Vortico doesn't land far from where it took off. This is a great rocket for a launch site with a small recovery area.

    This rocket should not be flown on windy days. Use a short (1 foot) launch rod



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