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Length (in) in range 26.45...26.55

    Gadfly Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Gadfly Missile Model Rocket Kit (26.5000)

    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.

    Roland Surface-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Roland Surface-to-Air Missile Model Rocket Kit (26.5000)

    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.

    SA-2 Guideline Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium SA-2 Guideline Model Rocket Kit (26.5000)

    The Soviet SA-2 Guideline was the first surface-to-air missile to actually take down an enemy aircraft in flight. The Soviets deployed the SA-2 near Soviet cities, such as Moscow, to defend against USAF bombers during the cold war. Later, they were also used in East Germany.

    Rocketarium's flying scale model of the SA-2 features three sets of fins and an expanding tail cone. This unique design is fun to build and exciting to launch on a D12-5 or D17-7 motor. The finished rocket stands 26.5" tall and has a fin span of 5.625".



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