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Public Missiles PML Flying Model Rocket Kit 3.9" Striker PML 39382


Public Missiles PML Flying Model Rocket Kit 3.9" Striker PML 39382

PML 39382
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Public Missiles PML Flying Model Rocket Kit Striker 

Striker is similar in styling to some of the most advanced and devastating weapons on the modern battle field! Not an inch of space is wasted inside of this rocket! Striker utilizes our new Stuffer Tube Recovery design. Striker comes with a 38mm motor mount and Linear Rail Lugs as standard equipment.

Can be flown on many H, I, and even some J motors! To use 29mm motors in a 38mm mount, purchase the optional Adapter


Pre-slotted Quantum Tube airframe

G-10 fiberglass fins

Piston ejection system

Multi-panel nylon parachute 48"

Plastic nosecone

Detailed decal sheet included

Dia.: 3.9"
Height: 36.5"
Weight: 52 oz.
MMT: 38mm
Chute: 36"
Payload: None
Fin Thickness: 0.06"
CertLevel: Level 1 and 2
Motors: H thru J

Recommended Motors: 

G80T (960ft in 6.19sec)

H55W (1178ft in 6.14sec)

Skill Level 5

Model Rocket Kits are rated by Skill Level

1 Beginner

2 Intermediate

3 Advanced

4 Expert

5 Master

If you are just starting in the hobby start at the beginner level and move up from there at your own pace.

What is needed to build and fly

All model rockets come in kit form that require assembly.  The materials are primarily cardboard tubes, balsa or plastic fins and nose cone.  Materials will vary by model and are typically specified in the description of each kit. 

Additional supplies will be necessary to build and finish your model rocket kit and may include:

Scissors, Hobby Knife


Wood Glue, Model Cement or CA(Super Glue)


Masking Tape

Finishing Supplies like:

Wood Filler



Launching Equipment and Supplies like:

Recovery wadding

Launch Pad

Launch Controller

Power supply

Model Rocket Motors and Igniters

A safe place to fly using guidelines from the National Association of Rocketry Safety Code that can be found at The NAR Website

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