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4" Fiberglass AGM-58 Missile ™

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  • Alan Stephenson's AGM-58 Missile 4 Inch.
Photo by Kris Evans.

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  1. Awesome looker

    Posted by Randy on 8th May 2017

    Greta flyer! Pay attention to the main parachute. I tried to put a LOC Angel that was a bit too tight and got a drogue-only landing. Didn't seem to mind a bit. Flew on CTI K-760 c-star. Used 2gr main ejection charge. Left the chute sticking 1/2 way out of the BT when landed. 3gr would have done it just right.

  2. Love it!

    Posted by DavieRockets on 29th Jun 2016

    A bit of a chalenge to build because of the long front fins but well worth the effort. Built mine with an Aeropack tailcone. Flies great on K motors. Good looking rocket and no paint required. Mine fell from 6000 feet with only an 18" drogue and survived without any damage whatsoever. Love it!


Product Description

Kit includes:

4" 4.5-1 VK Filament wound fiberglass nose cone.
4 Inch  filament wound fiberglass Air-frame 16 inches
4 Inch G12 Fiberglass Coupler 9 inches
4 Inch G12 1 inch switch Band
4 Inch G12 Fiberglass filament wound Air-frame 33 inches
54mm Motor Mount G12 Fiberglass 
8 G10 CNC machined  Fiberglass 1/8" Thick Fins (4 Upper / 4 Lower)
G10 Fiberglass Centering Rings
CNC machined  Stepped Fiberglass  Av-bay lids 

This Kit Features

Standard Dual Deploy
Precision routed fin slots
Flies on anything from an J to an L
Weight aprox 9 Lb
Almost 6 Feet Tall
All Fiberglass design

Great for that Cert level 2

PLEASE NOTE: this is an unpainted rocket.  The tubing included in this kit is semi-transparent red and a black nose cone.  In order to finish the rocket like the one in the photo, you will need to add a painted finish.

This kit is made to order will not ship immediately.

Motor Retainer Not Included. 

Rocketry Warehouse kits include only the fiberglass components to complete your rocket and do not have instructions.  You will need to add rail buttons, hardware and recovery components.

This rocket uses the RA54L2 Aeropack Retainer. (Please note that older version of this rocket may use a different retainer).