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Genesis of LMR & HPR.

and Scale Series

TOMAHAWK


TOMAHAWK is a scale replica of the famous D-Region Tomahawk sounding rocket. The U.S. Rockets Tomahawk is the largest sport scale kit ever produced. It is an excellent display piece as well as a fun and easy flier. The large size and moderate power capability allow Tomahawk to be flown in athletic size fields with F80-4 or G60-4 motors. Try H80-4. TOMAHAWK was originally designed and specified to address the needs of rocketeers with primarilly model rocket construction skills but with a need for a rocket which could withstand the growing power requirements of MR and HPR in the F, G, H power. The two supplementary 24mm mounts accept motors D to G as well as interchange mounts for 18mm. These allow extra smoke effects or dual thrust effects without active ejection. This kit uses BALSA fins and thinner airframe tubes than some of our kits to make TOMAHAWK a superior flyer on even fairly low power motors!

SPECIFICATIONS
Skill 2
Motors 29mm/2-24mm
Recovery Parachute
Diameter 4.0"
Length 82"
Weight 666g
Drag (CD) 0.595
CP(") 65.0
SKU# 1029
Price $109.95
Definition Of Terms


TOMAHAWK can be slightly modified to accept new dual deployment systems and altimiters. The payload can be deployed on both sides of the coupler or both sides of the payload tube. This rocket is recomended for schools, recreation programs and science work. TOMAHAWK has been successfully tested with as high of power as H90-8 and as high thrust as H240-4.

Its very strong and lightweight construction makes it fly surprisingly high compared to other rocket kit brands. Test it for yourself!


All U.S. Rockets Large Sport Series kits feature pre-cut wood fins, heavy duty airframe tubes, strong elastic shock cord, illustrated assembly and flight instructions, decal and all the high quality parts needed to successfully assemble and fly a high performance model rocket. Launcher, motors, glue, sandpaper, sealer and paint not included.



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Finished rocket

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