Dynasoar Rocketry specializes in limited runs of unique Radio Controlled Rocket Gliders for the excellent long burn Aerotech E-6 RC 24mm rocket motors. These kits are cut personally by me using Depron or Model Plane foam, white Estes and BMS tubing, and include high quality carbon fiber rods, plastic nose cones, 3m blenderm and velcro tape, dubro/great planes hardware and railbuttons.com buttons. Many steps are pre-done, spars slotted/and/or installed, elevons hinged, pushrods bent, tubing cut and marked, rocket mount completed, pieces taped for easy alignment after removal from the box. All components are white. Current kits come with an adapter wire for connecting a jst lipo battery to a standard receiver. Complete build instructions and photos are available online to help with assembly and setup. Use the Instruction pulldowns above to find all current and OOP kit instructions. Wing loading is very light and glide speed and decent rate are slow enough for easy spot landings. You boost vertically on any standard pad with 1010 rail, nothing is ejected from the model and they are ready to fly again immediately. Their design gives them a low wing loading, slow glide, and easy construction while still maintaining the look of a real aircraft. They boost to over 500′ and have glide times of over a minute in still air. Once trimmed, they are a lot of fun to fly in the wind. Even though these kits are not hard to fly, they are only recommended for people with aileron controlled fixed winged aircraft RC flight experience. Priority mail shipping to US addresses is included in the kit price and each kit ships in it’s own box. Please allow 2-3 days for me to create your kit. We are one of the only dealers who stock a large inventory of the 24mm Aerotech E-6RC rocket motor reloads. Current paypal settings will only allow US address buyers to order directly. Scroll down and use the add to cart buttons to place an order for kits or motors. I typically purchase small batches of parts for each kit type and when those parts are gone I’ll move those kits to the OOP instruction page. It’s difficult to maintain an inventory of parts for every kit I’ve ever made, and often parts/cones from the manufactuers are discontinued. If you see something you like pick it up as it may not be produced again.