ACE kits from U. S. Rockets
These are first run kits and some parts are in short supply till we get V 2.0 parts from vendors so if we run out expect a 4 week delay. As always you pay after you get them. I see there are some errors on the details of the kit parts listed on the site as the kits went from V 0.1 to 1.0. So the kits may have some differences in part lengths. Particularly motor tubes.
It also adjusts the shipping costs. We charge $8 flat for 18" and lower, $12 for 24" and lower, and other fees above that. The larger Ace kits trigger the third tier because one of the main features of Ace kits was long (34") main airframe tubes.
We charge one shipping fee per shipment independent of the number of kits ordered. Feel free to order for a local group.
U.S. Rockets ACE kits are not likely to ever be available wholesale at this point.
To order literally just send an email (real) with the shipping address and a list of items wanted. We ship it out and bill you. Yes, really.
Korey Kline was excited to receive the first Squid!
In addition we are soon to release a 1.34"/4" Sprite, 2.25"/6" Sprite, 2.25"/1.22" Trident, 1" and 3.16" The Other Flying Why (look that up if you can), 2.25" Mars Snooper, 2.25" Ring Fin (look that up if you can).
If one of the readers has one of our old Platypus kits, take a photo please. They got lost.
The backlog of Monocopter orders is astounding!
Exemptions not regulations. Please support DOT treating slow burning solids as not subject to HMR. 2015 NAR President declines!
U.S. Rockets instaship. http://bit.ly/1aca7mA Please buy some rockets.
The O administration believed in tax, spend, borrow, fine, mandate, monologue. D voters will soon be very happy with the election outcome!
Model rocketry is as safe as safe can be defined in human existence. Bow and pray: GH Stine, Orville, Vern, Lee, Lonnie, Carl, etc. No, really.
Last edited by Jerry Irvine : 06-04-2017 at 03:36 PM.
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