ASP Flying Model Rocket Kit Jayhawk Micro ASP KJAY-MM
The Jayhawk is an air-launched supersonic target drone used to simulate incoming missiles for fleet shoot-down exercises. It was manufactured by Beechcraft and first flew in the spring of 1961.
This Micro kit is designed to use the Quest™ Micro Maxx™ engines and is based on our "Minimum Diameter" T-MM body tubes. Includes 3D printed nose cone, Kevlar® shock cord, full-color water-slide decals and our usual complete instructions. Due to the small parts involved, these kits are not recommended for the first-time modeler. Younger modelers should have the assistance of an adult when trying to construct these small kits.
Length: 3.75"/ 95.25mm
Diameter: 0.282"/7.16 mm
Approx. Weight: 0.23 oz/ 6.5 gm
Skill Level: Intermediate
Scale: 1/46.1 (0.0217)
Recovery Device: Break-Apart
Recommended Engines: Quest™ Micro Maxx™
What you'll need to build this model:
Adhesives (a quick-curing epoxy glue can be used for most steps and is recommended, cyanoacrylate [“CA”] is recommended for some steps and you may also use throughout if preferred); hobby knife with a sharp #11 blade; straight edge (preferably metal); cellophane ("Scotch") tape; double-sided cellophane ("Scotch") tape; paint (Spray or bottle paint, such as such as Rust-Oleum, Krylon, or Testors is recommended. Be sure not to mix different types or brands of paint without testing.) - primer (optional), orange, black & clear (optional); sandpaper (medium - 220 or 280, fine - 320 or 400, & [optionally] extra fine - 500 or 600); pencil.
Recommended, but not required: tweezers (or needle nose pliers); sanding block; tack cloth; decal setting solution such as Micro Set or Micro Sol.
What else you'll need to fly this model:
Electronic launch system; launch pad with Micro Maxx™ size launch rod; recovery wadding; Micro Maxx™ engines.