This is a Hobby People Mitsubishi A6M Zero EP Receiver-Ready w/Retracts. No Japanese WWII figher is more well-known than the Mitsubishi A6M Zero. Active throughout WWII, it was considered the most capable carrier-based fighter in the world. And, with its wide gear stance and low wing loading, it was one of the easiest to fly. The Hobby People A6M Zero EP retains those great flight characteristics in a 1/12th scale flying model that is fun and exciting to fly.
These model rockets are kits and therefore require assembly. In most cases, modeling tools, glue and paint will be required to complete assembly. Most rockets are straight-forward to assemble and include good instructions to guide you from start to finish. Unless otherwise noted, these rockets require engines and launch equipment (sold separately).
The Estes Nova Payloader rocket is an all time favorite that rocket aficionados have enjoyed building and flying for years! It's truly the number one choice of rocketeers wanting to experiment with payloads. This rocket stands over 21 inches (53 cm) tall and has a clear 4 inch (10.16 cm) payload section that can be filled with all sorts of fun things, from bugs to mini dolls. Launch a small action figure or try some gumballs and see how high your rocket flies.
This payload equipped rocket kit features laser cut balsa fins for precision fit, a plastic nose cone, easy to apply self stick-decals and a colorful 12 inch (30 cm) preassembled parachute for secure landings from 1,000 feet (305 m) high. The Nova Payloader is one of the easiest payload rockets to build and finish, making it perfect for the first time rocket builder! Learn More
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