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    Lil Goblin Rocket Kit

    Madcow Rocketry Lil Goblin Rocket Kit

    Madcow's 'Lil Goblin is a good choice for your fist mid-power rocket kit. The kit features a plastic nose cone, pre-slotted body tube, laser-cut plywood parts, a flameproof parachute protector, and an 18" nylon 'chute.

    Lil Squat Rocket Kit

    Madcow Rocketry Lil Squat Rocket Kit

    Madcow's 'Lil Squat is another good choice for your first mid-power rocket. The kit comes with a pastic nose cone, flameproof 'chute protector, laser-cut plywood parts, Kevlar/Nylon shock cord, pre-slotted heavy-duty body tube, and a nylon parachute.

    PAC-3 Rocket Kit

    Madcow Rocketry PAC-3 Rocket Kit

    Madcow's scale model of the third generation Patriot missile features a plastic nose cone, flameproof parachute protector, laser-cut plywood parts, Kevlar/Nylon shock cord, heavy-duty body tube, 29mm motor mount, nylon parachute, and a vinyl decal.

    The PAC-3 (Patriot Advanced Capability 3) missile is the ATBM (Anti Theater Ballistic Missile) component of the U.S. Army's Patriot air defense system, and will complement the existing MIM-104 Patriot missiles.

    The PAC (Patriot Advanced Capability) program was begun in 1986 to develop a series of significant upgrades to the Patriot system. The ultimate step is PAC-3/Configuration 3, which introduces an upgraded AN/MPQ-65 radar to increase detection in high-clutter environments, and to improve discrimination of closely spaced objects (better decoy recognition). The most important feature of this new Patriot system, however, will be a completely new missile, a variant of the Lockheed Martin ERINT (Extended Range Interceptor) commonly called PAC-3. The PAC-3 missile is highly optimized for the anti-missile role (employing a hit-to-kill capability enhanced by a fragmentation warhead), so that operational PAC-3 Patriot units will be equipped eventually with both MIM-104 and PAC-3 missiles. The latter is significantly smaller than an MIM-104, so that 16 missiles instead of four can be carried in a single launch station. ERINT was first flight-tested in 1992, and selected as the ultimate PAC-3 missile in 1994. The PAC-3/ERINT integration tests took place from 1995 to 1997, and the missile is currently in full production at Lockheed Martin Missiles And Fire Control.

    Skipper Rocket Kit

    Madcow Rocketry Skipper Rocket Kit

    The balsa tailcone adds a touch of excitement to the Skipper's 3FNC design. This Madcow kit includes a plastic nose cone, laser-cut plywood parts, a 'chute protect, nylon parachute, and a vinyl decal.

    Solar Express Rocket Kit

    Madcow Rocketry Solar Express Rocket Kit

    Madcow's futuristic rocketliner has a molded nose cone, pre-slotted body tube, 29mm motor tube, laser-cut fins, a Kevlar and Nylon shock cord sections, a flameproof 'chute protector, an 18” Nylon chute, and a water slide decal.

    Striker Rocket Kit

    Madcow Rocketry Striker Rocket Kit

    Sharp angles define the design of Madcow's Striker kit. This quality kit includes a 29mm motor mount, plastic nose cone, plywood fins, a parachute protector, and a nylon parachute.

    US Army MIM-23B Hawk Rocket Kit

    Madcow Rocketry US Army MIM-23B Hawk Rocket Kit

    Designed as a more mobile counterpart to the Nike Hercules, the Raytheon MIM-23 Hawk (Homing All the Way Killer) is a medium-range surface-to-air missile.

    Madcow's flying scale model of the Hawk features a plastic nose cone and plywood fins. The kit includes a nylon parachute and a prarchute protector.

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