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Diameter (in) in range 0.232...0.332

    Micro Black Brant III MicroMaxx Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro Black Brant III MicroMaxx Model Rocket Kit (0.2820)

    Bristol of Canada built the Black Brant III sounding rocket which carried payloads to an altitude of over 100 miles. The first flights took place in June, 1962 at Wallops Island, Virginia. There were nearly 70 Black Brant III flights between that time and when the last one flew in 1985.

    ASP's Micro Black Brant III kit uses Quest MicroMaxx engines and features a 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar shock cord, metallized polyester streamer, water-slide decals, and complete instructions.

    Micro Corporal Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Micro Corporal Model Rocket Kit (0.2820)

    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 (0.2820)

    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 (0.2820)

    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 (0.2820)

    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 (0.2820)

    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 (0.2820)

    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 (0.2820)

    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 (0.2820)

    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.

    Double Ringer Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Double Ringer Model Rocket Kit (0.3300)

    Bright colors, quick assembly time and unique cylindrical gliders make the Double Ringer a must-have kit. In thirty minutes or less budding rocketeers can snap together the plastic fin unit, cut out the gliders, and assemble the parachute. After the launch, the rocket returns to earth on its 15-inch parachute while the gliders tumble gently back down to the ground.

    MX Hawk (MicroMaxx Downscale) Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc MX Hawk (MicroMaxx Downscale) Model Rocket Kit (0.2810)

    The MX Hawk is a much smaller version of the Semroc Hawk Boost Glider. This approximately 50% downscale has a slightly different nose cone shape than the original Hawk glider because of the need for additional weight in the front of the glider. It features the improved tab and slot assembly construction, designed by Jay Berry, which was first implemented in the latest version of the full-scale Hawk Glider. This provides for easier construction and better performance.

    The MX Hawk flies on Quest MicroMaxx motors.



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