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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.

    Coporal (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Coporal (18mm) 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 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.

    ASP's model features a balsa nose cone and balsa conduits, basswood fins, and decals.

    Coporal (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Coporal (24mm) 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 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.

    ASP's model features a balsa nose cone and balsa conduits, basswood fins, and decals. Designed to fly on 24mm C, D, and E motors, this single-stage rocket can also fly on select 18mm using an adapter (not included).

     With the the included decals, no masking is required when painting this impressive model.

    D-Region Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products D-Region Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The D-Region Tomahawk was flown early in 1968. The rocket flew into 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. ASP's "peanut scale" kit flies on 13mm mini-engines and features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, decals, and streamer recovery.

    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.

    ISQY Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products ISQY Tomahawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The first IQSY (International Quiet Sun Year) Tomahawk was first flown in 1963. Four single stage flights took place between 1963 and 1964. The Tomahawk served as the upper stage of many Nike Tomahawk flights during the International Quiet Sun Year (IQSY) of 1964 - 1965.

    The IQSY Tomahawk has long been a favorite subject for scale modelers. ASP's mini-engine kit features basswood fins, balsa nose cone and decals. A bright plastic streamer brings the model back to earth for repeated missions.

    Kappa-7-1 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-7-1 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Kappa-7 was designed as a booster for Japan's later Kappa-8 and Kappa-9 rockets as well as being used as a single-stage sounding rocket. It was determined, however, that the vehicle was unsuitable as a single-stage rocket. The lone Kappa-7 flight was made on November 18, 1959 to confirm the motor's suitability as a booster. 

    ASP's model of one of Japan's early sounding rockets makes a great beginner's kit. Capable of flying on a wide range of engines, this great looking and great flying model can be flown on practically any size field.

    Kappa-9M (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-9M (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Kappa 9M is a two-stage Japanese sounding rocket. The first Kappa 9M (K-9M-1) was flown on November 12, 1962.

    ASP's single-stage scale model features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, balsa transition, and decals. This is a neat looking model that's also fairly easy to build.

    Kappa-9M (24mm or 3x18mm Cluster) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-9M (24mm or 3x18mm Cluster) Model Rocket Kit

    The Kappa 9M is a two-stage Japanese sounding rocket. The first Kappa 9M (K-9M-1) was flown on November 12, 1962.

    Impressive on display as well as in the air, this kit features basswood fins, a balsa nose cone, and balsa transition, and decal. This big (over 3 1/2 feet tall) model is a can be built to fly on a cluster of three 18mm motors or a single 24mm motor.

    RAM B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products RAM B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The RAM ("Radio Attenuation Measurement") B was a three-stage rocket designed to study communications during reentry after a lunar voyage.

    ASP's single-stage "Fun Scale" model of the RAM B captures the general apperance of the real vehicle, yet is easy enough for the novice modeler. Includes trim tape and self-adhesive trim material to simplify painting and detailing.

    Sandia Sandhawk (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Sandia Sandhawk (13mm) 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.

    ASP's "Peanut Scale" model features basswood fins, balsa nose cone, wire antennas, and decals. This great looking model flies on mini A motors.

    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.

    Skylark Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Skylark Model Rocket Kit

    The Skylark was a British sounding rocket originally designed to be used for experiments during the International Geophysical Year. The first single-stage Skylark (as depicted by this model) flew on February 19, 1957, and reached an altitude of eight miles. Later Skylarks took scientific payloads to altitudes of over 100 miles.

    This scale kit features laser-cut balsa fins, a balsa nose cone, water-slide decals, a quick-change engine hook, and parachute recovery. The ASP Skylark flies great on 13mm mini-motors.

    Sonda II B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Sonda II B (18mm) 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. 

    Ease of construction and painting makes ASP's model of the Brazilian sounding rocket a great first scale kit.

    Super Loki Dart (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Super Loki Dart (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The Super Loki-Dart is one of NASA's workhorses for lofting small payloads. Radar chaff, inflatable spheres, and radiosondes for meteorological data are some of the payloads sent aloft by this vehicle.

    ASP's scale model is both fun and challenging to build. It includes a full decal set. At 3 1/2 feet tall, this is an impressive model that always attracts attention. Rockets built from this kit have placed in both regional and national competitions.

    V-2 (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products V-2 (13mm) Model Rocket Kit

    The V-2 ("Vengeance Weapon 2") is perhaps the most famous, and certainly the most infamous, rocket ever built. Designed by Werner von Braun for the Nazi war effort during WWII, the V-2 was the world's first large liquid-fueled rocket.

    After the war, many captured V-2s were flown by the U.S. as well as the Soviet Union. Despite its horrific inception as a weapon of destruction, the V-2 was the forerunner of all the large liquid-fuel rockets which were to follow.

    At just 7 3/4" tall, ASP's model is true to scale and features a balsa boattail, balsa nose cone and laser-cut basswood fins.

    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.

    SpaceX Falcon Heavy Improved Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch SpaceX Falcon Heavy Improved Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch's scale flying model of the SpaceX Falcon 9 Heavy includes Dr. Zooch's "flame fins" to ensure stable flights on C6-3 motors.

    Black Brant III Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Black Brant III Model Rocket Kit

    Estes's Black Brant III is a flying scale model of the primary research vehicle produced by Canada Bristol Aerospace and is an excellent choice for your first scale project. Construction is fairly simple with high-quality parts including laser-cut wood fins, waterslide decals, and a 12 inch parachute for recovery. Great performance and really impressive flights!

    Bull Pup 12D Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Bull Pup 12D Model Rocket Kit

    The Estes Bull Pup 12D is a sport-scale version of the Air Force's AGM-12D Bull Pup missile. The Bull Pup makes a great first scale model.

    D-Region Tomahawk Model Rocket Kit

    Estes D-Region Tomahawk Model Rocket Kit

    The Estes D-Region Tomahawk is a 1/5 scale flying model of NASA's sounding rocket. Launched only one time in 1968, this rocket was designed to take measurements of the D-layer of the ionosphere - thus its name. Estes's version of this fantastic scale rocket captures all the detail of the original in an easy to assemble model that flies as good as it looks.

    In terms of performance, this gigantic rocket can blast nearly 800 feet high when powered with an E engine. An adapter is included to launch on Estes D engines. Finally, to protect this beautiful scale model when it lands, a 24-inch pre-assembled nylon parachute is included.

    Little Joe II Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Little Joe II Model Rocket Kit

    Estes's scale model of the Liittle Joe II features a plastic nose cone, vacuum-formed wraps, and injection-molded plastic fins and nozzles. This is a large scale model which flies on composite E motors.

    Mini Honest John Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Mini Honest John Model Rocket Kit

    The Estes Mini Honest John is a mini-engine-powered sport scale model of the U.S. battle field artillery missile. The kit features a detailed molded nose cone and laser-cut balsa fins. Simple to build, the resulting model features plenty of detail that you will be proud to display.

    Nike Smoke Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Nike Smoke Model Rocket Kit

    The Estes Nike Smoke is a 1/10th scale flying model of the Nasa sounding rocket developed in the 1960s to explore the behavior of horizontal winds in the upper atmosphere.

    Nike-X Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Nike-X Model Rocket Kit

    The Estes Nike-X single-stage rocket is a scale-like model of the US Army's fourth-generation, two-stage surface-to-air interceptor missile. This kit features a Nike-style design with Army details including high-quality, realistic roll-pattern waterslide decals.

    V-2 Semi-Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Estes V-2 Semi-Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Powered by C11, D12 and E9 engines, the Estes V2 kit is a flying scale model of the Aggregat-4 ballistic missile developed by the Germans during World War II. After the war, the US used the V-2 as a research rocket to kick-start its rocket development program.

    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.

    Harpoon AGM Model Rocket Kit

    Quest Aerospace Harpoon AGM Model Rocket Kit

    Quest's Harpoon model rocket kit is accurately detailed to match the US Navy and Air Force SLAM AGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missile. The Harpoon model rocket can reach an altitude of 800 feet.

    Striker AGM Model Rocket Kit

    Quest Aerospace Striker AGM Model Rocket Kit

    Quest Aerospace's Striker AGM is an impressive scale-like missile which stands over 27 inches tall. The kit features a unique molded boat-tail and plastic nose cone. The laser-cut balsa fins make assembly easy and there's a big water-slide decal sheet providing lots of visual details.

    Aster Military Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Aster Military Missile Model Rocket Kit

    The Aster missile family is generally flown in a two-stage configuration. The Aster 15 and Aster 30 missiles are identical, other than the size of the booster. The booster size determines the missile's range. The highly-agile Aster was designed to intercept next-generation supersonic anti-ship missiles.

    Rocketarium's semi-scale kit is a single-stage model of the sustainer stage of the ground-to-air Aster missile which flies on D to F engines.

    Gadfly Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Gadfly Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium's Gadfly is a scale model of the Soviet SA-11 radar-guided surface-to-air missile introduced in the 1980s.

    The Gadfly military scale rocket kit flies on a cluster of three 18mm rocket engines. The large forward fins are created by gluing two shorter fin sections together. The fin sections and fins themselves are pre-cut.

    KSR-420S Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium KSR-420S Scale Model Rocket Kit

    The KSR-420S Sounding Rocket is a Korean sounding rocket once used to gather data on ozone concentration over the Korean peninsula. The KSR-420S also carried a highly-specialized device to measure micro gravity. In somewhat less peaceful times, the KSR-420S could be modified to carry a 200kg destructive payload over a considerable distance.

    This sport-scale model of the KSR-420S flies on a cluster of three 18mm model rocket motors As a Skill Level 2 kit, the KSR-420S is easy to build. This makes it a great choice for rocketeers new to clustering.

    Little John Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Little John Model Rocket Kit

    The US Army developed the Little John to deliver nuclear (and conventional) payloads.

    The Rocketarium sport-scale kit includes decals and decal placement instructions the black bands on the airframe. This is an easy-to-build, skill level 2 model rocket kit.

    The Little John kit is easy to build. If you can cut fins from balsa stock, you can build and enjoy this model rocket. Fin template is included.

    Research Missile 2 Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Research Missile 2 Model Rocket Kit

    The US developed the Research Missile 2 (RM-2) to study supersonic drag. Several vehicles were built to research the effects of fin shape and sweep on drag.

    The unique design of this model rocket will make it stand out at any launch. There are a total of four fins, and two large wings. Don't let those wings fool you, the RM2 flies as straight as can be.

    Rocketarium's Research Missile 2 model rocket kit has a boat tail which is cut from a cardstock template and shaped by the modeler. This makes the RM2 a Skill Level 4 kit. Otherwise it builds more like a Level 2 or 3 kit. The kit comes with enough balsa wood to cut the four fins and two large wings. Also included are three plywood centering rings, body tube, motor mount, nose cone, and parachute kit.

    Roland Surface-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Roland Surface-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    The Roland was part of a mobile S.A.M. system which fired the missilesfrom a tube. As soon as the missiles left the tube, their fins popped into place. Different versions were developed by the U.S. Army and the French/German armed forces. The US version never made it past the development stage and was never used in battle.

    This model rocket kit comes with a lot of nose weight, required for stable flight. As a result, launches are slow and majestic. The weight limits altitude which is great for smaller launch sites.

    Super Chief II Multi-Stage Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Super Chief II Multi-Stage Model Rocket Kit

    This Super Chief II sounding rocket combined the Talos booster and Castor sustainer to reach altitudes up to 190 miles. The rocket gathered data on daytime air glow from high altitudes.

    Rocketarium's sport-scale model of the Super Chief II also has two stages. It stages from a D motor to a B or C motor. The kit includes wrap-around bands, hatches, and decals to give it the right level of detail.

    Aerobee 150 Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Aerobee 150 Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc's Aerobee 150 is a semi-scale kit of the unguided suborbital American Sounding rocket produced by Aerojet General in the 1950s.

    Aerobee 300 Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Aerobee 300 Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc's Aerobee 300 is a semi-scale kit of the unguided suborbital American Sounding rocket produced by Aerojet General in the 1950s.

    Aerobee-Hi Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Aerobee-Hi Model Rocket Kit

    The Semroc Aerobee-Hi is a clone of the Aerobee-Hi kit originally produced by Model Missiles Inc. between 1958 and 1961.

    Arcas Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Arcas Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc's Arcas is a scale model kit of the NASA sounding rocket which was used for weather experiments and radar calibration from 1959 until 1991.

    Arcon Hi Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Arcon Hi Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc's Archon-Hi is a model of the two-stage sounding rocket developed by the Atlantic Research Corp. for the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. Semroc's kit is based on Centuri's semi-scale Archon-Hi kit.

    Astrobee 350 Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Astrobee 350 Model Rocket Kit

    The Semroc Astrobee 350 is based on the classic Centuri kit released back in 1965. It is a scale model of the sounding rocket developed by the US Air Force in the early 1960s.

    Little Joe II Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Little Joe II Model Rocket Kit

    This 1/70 scale flying model rocket kit includes an laser-cut parts and water-slide decals.

    Nike-Tomahawk Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Nike-Tomahawk Model Rocket Kit

    This 1/10 scale flying model rocket is over three-feet tall once assembled.



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