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    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.

    Kappa-9M (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-9M (24mm) 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 large (over 3 1/2 feet tall) rocket which flies on a single 24mm C, D, or E motor.

    Micro RP-3 Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro RP-3 Model Rocket Kit

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

    ASP's scale model of the RP-3 is just under 5" tall and flies on Quest Micro Maxx motors. The kit includes a Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decals, and complete instructions.

    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.

    ASP's scale model of the Sonda II B is just over 5" tall and flies on Quest Micro Maxx motors. The kit includes a Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decals, 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's 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, the ASP Micro WAC Corporal model is cleverly designed to fly on a single MicroMaxx motor.

    ASP's scale model of the WAC Corporal is 7" tall and flies on Quest Micro Maxx motors. The kit includes a Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decals, and complete instructions.

    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.

    V-2 (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products V-2 (18mm) 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.

    Featuring a balsa boattail, balsa nose cone, and laser-cut basswood fins, ASP's 11 1/4" tall model is true to scale and flies on standard A thru C motors.

    V-2 (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products V-2 (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    ASP's 24mm V-2 is their most popular kit. The kit includes a pre-drilled balsa boattail, a balsa nose cone, and laser-cut basswood fins. Designed primarily to fly on D12 motors, the V2 also flies great on 18mm Bs and Cs with an adapter (not included).

    WAC Corporal (24mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products WAC Corporal (24mm) 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.

    ASP's 24mm WAC Corporal is a single-stage "Fun Scale" model of the historic rocket. Designed to fly on D and E motors, it's still light enough to fly on selected 18mm motors with an adapter (not included).

    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.

    Freedom 7 Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch Freedom 7 Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch's new Freedom 7 is a "ant-scale" model of the Mercury Redstone rocket which launched Alan Shepard on his historic flight.

    Juno II Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch Juno II Model Rocket Kit

    Perhaps the most un-glamorized booster ever produced by von Braun’s team at Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) was the Juno II. Only ten of these vehicles were launched in a two and one half year period and only four of those flights were able to be called successful.

    By the end of 1958 the von Braun team, on behalf of the newly created NASA, assembled and launched the first Juno II from Pad 5 at Cape Canaveral. NASA was itching to go from space planning to space flying and the Juno II, although developed by the ABMA, would give the public appearance of being a NASA vehicle and NASA project. The first launch of a Juno II, on December 6, 1958, lofted the Pioneer III probe. Thereafter, the vehicle’s track record gets fairly dismal with only three of the next nine flights officially considered successful. In the end the Juno II was simply a vehicle that was quickly passed by as spaceflight technology experienced an explosive growth.

    The Juno II now holds the record as being NASA’s least successful launch vehicle. So, if you get more than four fully successful flights out of your Juno II, you’ll be doing better with your Juno II than either NASA or ABMA did with theirs!

     

    Little Joe Mercury Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch Little Joe Mercury Model Rocket Kit

    North American Aviation built the Little Joe to test the Mercury space capsule.  The Little Joe booster carried the Mercury capsule above the atmosphere to test its re-entry.

    Skylab Saturn V Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch Skylab Saturn V Model Rocket Kit

    This Dr. Zooch kit reproduces the special Saturn V which carried SkyLab to orbit on May 14, 1973.  This was the last launch of a Saturn V.

    Space Shuttle Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch Space Shuttle Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch's Space Shuttle flies straight and high. At the apogee of its climb, it releases its orbiter which glides safely to the ground while the booster descends gently beneath it's own parachute.

    This scale model Space Shuttle stands about 10 inches tall. The orbiter is about 7 inches long. The kit features "flight fins" which ensure a stable and safe flight, but can be removed for display.

    Titan IIIC MOL Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch Titan IIIC MOL Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch Rockets's Titan IIIC Manned Orbiting Laboratory (MOL) flying model rocket kit is a semi-scale model of the Titan IIIC launch vehicle that lofted the mock-up MOL on November 3, 1966 for the US Air Force. After that, other Titan IIIC vehicles went on to fly more than 30 times. The MOL version, however, only flew once as the program was cancelled by the Nixon administration in June of 1969.

    When fully constructed this model stands about 14 inches tall and has a basic empty weight of 3.9 ounces. It is single stage and uses a standard 18mm motor such as a B6-4. Recovery is by parachute.

    Titan IIIC SLV5 Model Rocket Kit

    Dr. Zooch Titan IIIC SLV5 Model Rocket Kit

    The United States Air Force launched satellites using the mighty Titan IIIC booster. The Titan IIIC was also envisioned as the workhorse of the planned Dyna-Soar and Manned Orbiting Laboratory programs.

    This flying model in an approximately 1:100 scale model of the Titan IIIC.

    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.

    Mercury Redstone Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Mercury Redstone Model Rocket Kit

    Estes's scale model of the Liberty Bell 7 Mercury spacecraft and its Redstone booster features plastic parts, wooden fins, and waterslide decals.

    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.

    UP Aerospace Spaceloft Model Rocket Kit Bulk Pack (12)

    Estes UP Aerospace Spaceloft Model Rocket Kit Bulk Pack (12)

    The Estes Spaceloft is an easy to assemble flying model rocket based on the design of the UP Aerospace Spaceloft XL sounding rocket.

    This is a bulk package of 12 rocket kits.

    V2 Semi-Scale Model Rocket Kit

    Estes V2 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.

    The launch photo shows a rocket built from this kit by Chris Michielssen (of the Model Rocket Building Blog). Chris cut the fins provided in the kit down slightly to closer match the ones on the real rocket and added details such as the servo pods on the fins.

    Honest John Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKits Honest John Model Rocket Kit

    The Honest John (not Jon) is a scale Micromaxx rocket.  The 1:61 scale Honest John missile features laser-cut 1/16" thick basswood fins.

    Mercury Redstone Scale Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKits Mercury Redstone Scale Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKit's 1/130 sport-scale model of the Mercury Redstone offers enough detail to satisfy any scale enthusiast while remaining easy enough to build for anyone with basic model rocket building experience.

    Featuring laser cut fins and fin details, a highly detailed balsa nose cone and water slide decals, she is a beauty when finished and looks great on display and in the air! Streamer recovery brings her back safely but with little chance of drifting away. The provided paper-wrap Launch Escape Tower provides just enough detail to look sharp without forcing you to assemble a complex tower under a magnifying glass!

    Mighty Saturn V Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKits Mighty Saturn V Model Rocket Kit

    Standing less than 5" tall this 1:884 scale model is one of the smallest Saturn V kits ever offered. FlisKit's MicroMaxx Saturn V features a special "drag cone" which allows the rocket to fly safely with scale fins. The kit includes custom laser-cut parts, a precision nose cone, and a full sheet of water slide decals.

    Robert Goddard's L-13 Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKits Robert Goddard's L-13 Model Rocket Kit

    From 1936 to 1939, Robert Goddard flew his K and L series of rockets. Attempting to build and test larger rockets, Goddard suffered a number of failures. Finally, he settled on a smaller and lighter rocket designed to attain higher altitudes.

    The L-13 was the result of this effort. On March 26, 1937, Goddard's L-13 flew to an altitude of 2700 meters.

    This 1:5.5 sport scale model of Goddard's L-13 rocket is easy to build and will provide you with a very nice looking reproduction of this famous rocket. Turning in outstanding flights on all motors, the L-13 is a must for scale enthusiast as well as history buffs and those who just want a very cool rocket to show off at their next launch.

    Robert Goddard's Nell Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKits Robert Goddard's Nell Model Rocket Kit

    "Nell" became the first liquid-fueled rocket when Goddard launched it on March 16, 1926.

    This approximately 1:2.25 semi-scale model of Robert Goddard's Nell rocket stands over 50 inches tall.

    Thunderbird Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKits Thunderbird Model Rocket Kit

    The Thunderbird is Fliskits's 1:14 sport scale model of one of the most successful anti-aircraft missiles of its day. 

    The model is truly a "Sport Scale" model. It is not an exact scale replica of the original missile. It's also a "builders kit." The fins are made from sheet balsa stock cut from patterns provided.  Instructions for accurate sanding/shaping are provided.  No laser-cut fins are provided. Th model has twelve fins and four fin tips.

    The four asymmetrical outboard booster nose cones are formed from paper patterns with detailed instructions on how to properly form and finish them to provide a very accurate and attractive appearance.

    V2-WAC Bumper Model Rocket Kit

    FlisKits V2-WAC Bumper Model Rocket Kit

    Powered by MicroMaxx motors, the FlisKits V2-WAC Bumper is a micro-scale model of the V2 coupled with a WAC Corporal missile as tested during the "Bumper" project.


    This kit features 3D printed parts.



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