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Aim for the sky and try not to miss!
Saturn 1B
Model Rocket!
  Scale model
Skill Level 2 - Intermediate
Scale model
Model Number: SC005
Tartar model rocket
Specifications:
Length: 21.69" white_25x10.gif (830 bytes)
Diameter: 1.637
Fin Span: 5.1"
Weight: 3.8 oz.
Parachute Recovery  
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Recommended Engines:
 B6-4 motor C6-5 motor D10-5 motor  

Retail: $ 22.95

 
The Navy's Tartar missile was a short/medium range surface-to-air missile.  It is essentially a Terrier HT-3 without a booster.  First flown in 1958 and declared operational in 1962.  The basic Tartar missile was designated as RIM-24A (seen here).  It was effective within altitudes of 50-50,000 feet at distances between 2000 yards to 7.5 nm.

This approximately 1/8 sport scale model of the Tartar makes its debut as the commemorative kit for the 2010 National Sport Launch in New Mexico.  This model was selected because of its historic involvement in testing at the White Sands Missile Range in NM not far from where NSL was held.


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FlisKits is proud to be able to be able to support the national events in whatever way it can.  However, doing a commemorative kit is by far the most exciting and satisfying.

A fairly simple build, this Skill Level 2 bird will be a fun and exciting addition to any fleet.  Whether you are interested in scale models, missiles, White Sands history, the Navy or even just cool, large 18mm birds, the Tartar is the kit for you!

 


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