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    Kappa-9M (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Kappa-9M (18mm) Model Rocket Kit (1.3400)

    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.

    Sonda II B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit

    Aerospace Speciality Products Sonda II B (18mm) Model Rocket Kit (1.3000)

    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.

    Freestyle Model Rocket Kit

    Custom Rocket Freestyle Model Rocket Kit (1.3000)

    Colorful graphics set the Custom Rocket Freestyle kit apart from the rest. The kit includes an injection-molded nose cone, quick-release engine mount, laser-cut balsa fins, a 12" parachute and self-adhesive decals. Flights to 750 feet.

    Redliner Model Rocket Kit

    Custom Rocket Redliner Model Rocket Kit (1.3000)

    The Redliner is a sleek, long design. Easy to build and fly, it makes a great beginner kit. The kit featues an injection-molded plastic nose cone, laser-cut balsa fins, 12" parachute, precision printed water-slide decals, and a quick-release engine mount. Flights of over 1000 feet are possible with a C6-7 motor.

    Comet Chaser Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Comet Chaser Model Rocket Kit (1.3000)

    The Comet Chaser soars over 1,100 feet and is powered by standard engines. Simple to glue and paint, the Comet Chaser deserves to be in your rocket collection or if you are just starting out, it's a great starter rocket. Just a few hours of your time and you'll be ready to go!

    Indicator Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Indicator Model Rocket Kit (1.3000)

    The Estes Interceptor is a simple build which flies on inexpensive mini-engines! Standing over 21 inches tall, the Indicator reaches 200 feet on an A10-3T engine.

    Mini Max Model Rocket Kit

    Estes Mini Max Model Rocket Kit (1.3000)

    Estes has created a smaller version of their classic Der Red Max kit. Just like the Der Red Max, the Mini Max is uniquely designed. It has the same ballistic-shaped nose cone and stubby fins as its bigger counterpart. Standing almost 10 inches tall, this miniature version definitely has a personality all its own!

    Powered by Estes mini engines,the Mini-Maxcan reach amazing heights of 400 feet. After its aerial assault, recovery is accomplished with a high-vizability streamer.

    The new Mini Max has all the great looks of the classic version, right down to the really cool skull and crossbones decals.The Mini features a balsa nose cone, laser cut balsa fins and waterslide decals.

    Pegasus Model Rocket Kit (OOP)

    Estes Pegasus Model Rocket Kit (OOP) (1.2700)

    Estes produced the Pegasus kit from about 1993 through 1995. The quickly-bulit rocket requires no painting.

    This is an out-of-production kit.

    Toxic Typhoon Model Rocket Kit

    Rocketarium Toxic Typhoon Model Rocket Kit (1.3000)

    Rocketarium has created another unique rocket to add to your fleet.

    The Toxic Typhoon was the most feared weapon used in the BioWars of 2400. Speaking it's name was forbidden.

    It poisoned entire planets, eliminating all lifeforms and leaving the world itself in a state of steady decay.

    The model rocket version is much friendlier. It is constructed from eleven (11) pre-cut poplar plywood pieces. The Toxic Typhoon uses tumble recovery.

    Do not fly the Toxic Typhoon on windy days.

    Use a short (1 foot) launch rod. A clothespin can be used to shorter the useable area of a longer launch rod.

    Starship Vega Model Rocket Kit

    Semroc Starship Vega Model Rocket Kit (1.3000)

    Semroc brings back another classic from the past with the Starship Vega flying model rocket kit. Sporting a futuristic design, the Starship Vega made its first appearance in the 1973 Estes catalog.



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