Estes Flying Model Rocket Kit Boxed Terra GLM  EST 7292

Estes Flying Model Rocket Kit Boxed Terra GLM EST 7292

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Estes Flying Model Rocket Kit Terra GLM  EST 7292

It’s not real, but it certainly looks like it could be! The Terra GLM represents the possible future of military ground launch vehicles. This easy-to-assemble model comes with parts pre-finished in a military color scheme – no sanding or painting required! Build and fly this model in the same day.

The future of long-range air defense is the Terra GLM. This hypothetical ground launch missile is designed around the latest rocketry and armament technology. Highlights include a next generation ramjet engine with a variable intake scoop for hypersonic flight, lightweight and efficient fuel cell technology to power all electronic and electrical components, and a split fin design with an upper stabilizing section and lower flight control surfaces. The ordinance segment of this mock missile can be adapted for a range of payloads, dependent on the mission and the target.

While the full-scale Terra GLM may not be real (yet!) the Estes GLM model rocket is ready to be flown today! This scale-like model missile is loaded with great features that set it apart. The kit is assembled with several pre-finished plastic parts – ramjet style nosecone, mid-body tube joiner, detailed fins with simulated (non-functional) steering surfaces, and engine mount components – all molded in military olive drab. The body tubes also come pre-finished in military colors, so no painting is required. The realistic details don’t end there! The Terra GLM includes a sheet of peel-and-stick decals that push the look of this model to the next level. Simulated access panels, rivet points, roll pattern markings, and military-style stenciling all contribute to the authentic look of the finished model rocket.

The Terra GLM is no slouch when launch day comes around, either! This sleek and attractive model can easily reach 875 feet on an Estes C6-5 engine. Launching from a smaller field? No problem – just use the recommended Estes B4-4 or B6-4 engines for a more modest peak attitude. Engines are held in place with a quick-release engine hook and can quickly and easily be replaced between flights. Keep your eyes peeled for the classic orange, 12 inch parachute when it deploys at ejection. You’ll have your Terra GLM back in no time, ready to launch and defend the skies once more!

Skill Level 1 Beginner

12"(30.5cm) Parachute Recovery

Length 17.8"(45.2cm)

Diameter 1.1"(28mm)

Estimated Weight 2.2oz(62.4g)

Estimated Assembly Time 45 Minutes (glue drying time not included)  Download Instructions

Snap on Plastic Fins

Screw On Motor Retainer

Self-Stick Decals

1/8" Launch Lugs

Recommended Engines Estes B4-4, B6-4, C6-5 Quest B4-4FJ, B6-4W, C12-6FJ, C18-6W, D16-8FJ, D20-8W

Projected Max Altitude 1800'(549m)


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


Full one year warranty through manufacturer
  • 5
    Lovely build for my son and I

    Posted by Wes Munn on 14th Jul 2022

    This was a great low-power build for my six year old son and I. We flew it at our rocket club twice with successful flights. The only thing I did differently was epoxy the plastic fins to the body tube as I've had bad luck with plastic fins adhered to body tubes with plastic cement or wood glue. Super glue works fine too. I replaced the plastic parachute with eRockets' rip stop nylon 12" parachute. Works great!