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Motor Tape Strips are used on minimum diameter rockets to hold the motor into the rocket. They conform to the tube better than masking tape, and therefore are more aerodynamic and fit better into a piston launcher.
A great light-weight octagonal parachute for those rockets that need durability and affordability, but can't afford the weight. Made from rip-stop nylon with polyester shroud lines.
This cool white vinyl window decal let's people know your I.Q.: "As a matter of fact, I am a rocket scientist!" Put is on the back of your automobile and let the world know your passion for rocketry.
A 10-pack of our popular AltimeterTwo for schools, rocket clubs, summer camps, and other groups. Measures how high AND how fast your model rocket flew. Plus, you get 8 other vital flight statistics with this durable altimeter and...
Tracking powder is used to help you spot your rocket in the sky. The powder is released when the parachute is pushed out of the rocket, creating a large and colorful cloud in the sky. It is a cheap way to help you get your rocket back.
This plywood bulkhead is designed to fit inside of the Blue Tube 5.5 inch couplers. You can purchase two to create a payload bay. Comes with 1/4" steel eyebolt, nut, and two washers.
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