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and 38mm Series

Stub 6 with 54mm and 2x38mm version

STUB 6 was the shortest rocket we could make with our giant 24 inch long 6 inch diameter nose cone. The stock motor mount is our very versatile 66mm "Host Mount"-tm with two 29mm outer mounts. This allows single or cluster motor combinations to be used and accepts 54mm, 29mm, 4x24mm and 3x29mm "Interchange Mounts"-tm. If you are looking for a versatile sport rocket, this is the one. STUB 6 can accomodate H, I, J, K motors. Try 54mm I280, J250, K250 or 29mm H320.

Skill 2
Motors 66mm/2x29mm
Recovery Parachute
not included
Diameter 6.5"
Length 50"
Weight 3.0 LB
Drag (CD) 0.392
SKU# 1080
Price $199.95
Definition Of Terms

STUB 6 can be slightly modified to accept new dual deployment systems and altimeters. The nose cone can be deployed or a payload tube can be added and deployed on both sides of the coupler or both sides of the payload tube.

All U.S. Rockets 6 Inch and 38mm series kits feature feature pre-cut plywood fins, heavy duty airframe tubes, strong recovery harness, illustrated assembly and flight instructions, decal and all the high quality parts needed to successfully assemble and fly a high power rocket. Launcher, motors, parachutes, glue, sandpaper, sealer and paint not included. Please Note: Parachutes not included. Paint schemes for illustrations are the artist's rendition and are done for graphic presentation purposes only. Actual color schemes should be left to the personal tastes of the builder. At this advanced level the user is expected to provide his own parachutes, altimeter, and where appropriate fiberglass layer. All USR kits are dual deployment capable.

Stub 6 on a 54mm 1280 F (J500) load
and two 29mm 120 STD (G60) loads
with a pyrotechnic 10 second delay.

Stub 6 on a 54mm 1280 F (J500) load.

Stub 6 recovering on a Top Flite 58" parachute.

Stub 6 recovering on a Top Flite 58" parachute.

Andrew Irvine with his Stub 6 with a Baby Big Rocket, El Lubbo style nose cone.

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