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The Semroc 1:70 scale Apollo capsule kit is used in both the Saturn 1B and the Little Joe II kits. We also stock the capsule kit seperately, for...
Astrobee 350 Semi-Scale model. Recommended Motors: Engine Approx. Altitude A8-5 250' B6-6 650' ...
The Semroc Baby Orion is a half scale version of the Centuri Orion (Semroc version here). It uses standard mini-engines when you want to fly in...
The Semroc Retro-Repro™ Bandit™ has been in the works for some time. It is a recreation of the original design by Mark Kellner, featuring...
The Semroc Retro-Repro™ Blue Bird Zero™ is based on Mike Dorffler's popular design from the 1980's. It large size makes it a...
One of Gene Street's most popular designs has been downsized to the Semroc Cherokee C. The Cherokee D was one of Estes' D-Powered kits...
Semroc's Cherokee-D has now been released by popular demand for an early Gene Street design. One of the first D powered designs, it launched a...
Boost-gliders are fun! The Semroc Hawk is a great way to try your skills at building a boost-glider. The Hawk rockets to apogee, then...
At Sirius Rocketry we love scale, so this addition to the Semroc Deci-Scale line fits here nicely. The IQSY Tomahawk is a nice beginners scale...
Another addition to Semroc's Line of Deci-Scale kits. The Iris is another nice beginner's scale model, with an interesting roll...
The Centuri Laser-X was one of the signature kits of the Centuri Engineering Company. Introduced in 1968, it had a great futuristic feel and...
The Estes Little Joe II was released in 1968 as a companion to the Saturn 1B. It shared the same 1/70 scale Apollo Capsule. The Little Joe II was...
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At Sirius Rocketry, we were excited when one of out all-time-classic favorites was revised and released as part of the "Retro-Repro" line...
The Semroc Retro-Repro Midget was designed by Bill Simon in 1968 when he was Vice President of Estes. It was specially designed for the then new...
The Semroc Retro-Repro Mini-Omega is a downscaled version based on the two-stage design by Mike Dorffler of his launch vehicle for his world famous...
One of my favorite kits years back was the original Estes Orbital Transport. Based on some early Space Shuttle concepts, the model was...
When I was growing up with the huge range of Estes kits, the Scrambler was the definition of egglofter! First introduced in 1968, the clustered...
The Semroc SLS Laser-X is a large-scale version of the infamous Laser-X! Over three feet tall, the SLS Laser-X is built to take the thrust of...
The Semroc Retro-Repro Sprite is based on the classic design by Gene Street from 1964 that used the original "Shorty" engines. Using tumble...
The Semroc Retro-Repro Starlight is based on the classic design by Bill See from 1967 that became an instant classic. It has been one of...
Another one of those kits I dreamed of building in my early rocketry days! The Semroc Retro-Repro™ Starship Vega™ is the first of their...
Boost-gliders are fun! The Semroc Swift is a great way to try your skills at building a boost-glider. The Swift rockets to apogee, then...
I have always liked foward-swept fins, and our friend Jay Goemmer has created a neat design with them that fits right in with the kind of futuristic...
One of my favorite Centuri kits in the history of model rocketry was the Taurus. With lots of transitions, tubes, cones, and a spiffy paint job, it...
The original Estes Astron Trident first made its appearance in 1968, and used a unique ducted ejection system which routed the ejection gases through...
The Semroc Retro-Repro U.S.S. America is a recreation of the classic Centuri Super-Kit released in 1975. Whereas the original used 18mm...
This easy-to-build model rocket display stand can be used for display or storage of your rocket. Fun and simple to assemble from laser-cut heavy...