LOC/Precision - Lil' Nuke Kit

CP Method: Rocksim/Rocksim
CP Position From Front: 22.74 inches
Diameter: 2.26 inches
Fin Material: Plywood
Length: 29.50 inches
Manufacturer: LOC/Precision
Model: PK-4
Motor Size: 29 millimeters
Nose Cone Material: Plastic
Power: Low-Power, Mid-Power
Product Type: Kit
Production Years: 1988-
Recovery: Parachute
Status: In-Production
Style: Sport
  • LOC/Precision - Lil' Nuke {Kit} (PK-4) [1988-] By Bill Eichelberger (October 7, 2012)

    The Lil' Nuke is a sleek, 3fnc rocket that is one of the more popular entry level rockets for mid-power rocketry.  When I got back into the hobby in 2001, my brother-in-law bought me a Lil' Nuke so that I'd have something other than my Estes fleet to fly at NARAM 43.  Tony and I had gotten back into the hobby in 1994, but he had spent the next seven years working his way up ...

  • LOC/Precision - Lil' Nuke {Kit} (PK-4) [1988-] By Tim Burger

    A stylish yet standard three fins and a nose cone rocket for 29mm and smaller motors. Heavy body tube and rakish plywood fins make for a tough and fun to fly rocket. The kit was neatly packaged in the standard clear plastic bag, with the motor tube floating around in the airframe tube, and a nylon chute, pre-cut plywood fins, rings, and launch lug inside a zip-lock bag. The fins are ...

  • LOC/Precision - Lil' Nuke {Kit} (PK-4) [1988-] By Paul Gray

    The Lil' Nuke is a mid-power rocket part of LOC/Precision's Novice Kit series. It is single staged with a 29mm motor mount. The instructions of this kit were rather explicit. The assembly order was logical, but as far as I can remember, they did not have any illustrations. The kit came with all of the parts including an enormously thick paper body tube with lines pre-drawn to mark the fin ...

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    Several years ago, my brother-in-law built a Der Red Max upscale using an LOC Lil' Nuke as a donor.  That Christmas he drew my name in the family gift exchange, so I asked for a Lil' Nuke kit of my own with which to do my own conversion.  Not wanting to do something that was frequently seen, I started the project with the idea of building a Centuri Magnum Hornet upscale that I ...

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