Estes - Patriot M104 Kit

Designer: Wayne Kellner
Diameter: 1.64 inches
Fin Material: Balsa
Length: 21.40 inches
Manufacturer: Estes
Model: 2056
Motor Size: 18 millimeters
Nose Cone Material: Plastic
Original Price: $15.29
Power: Low-Power
Product Type: Kit
Production Years: 2004-2010
Recommended Motors: A8-3, B4-4, B6-4, C6-5
Recovery: Parachute
Scale: 1/10
Skill Level: 1
Status: Out-Of-Production
Style: Scale
Weight: 1.95 ounces

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Reviews
  • Estes - Patriot M104 {Kit} (2056) [2004-2010] By Bill Eichelberger (April 25, 2014)

    After dodging temptation for several years, a deal on a Hobby Lobby clearance rack that I couldn't pass up made me the proud owner of an Estes Patriot M104 missile.  I originally bought it figuring that I'd find a use for the nose cone on another project, but as often happens when things lay around the shop, I eventually opened it up and built it.  Never one who cared for the ...

  • Estes - Patriot M104 {Kit} (2056) [2004-2010] By Ray King (August 1, 2010)

    I built this as part of the EMRR Challenge #7 as outlined I built this exactly as the instructions specify and then built a second with my own modifications. This rocket is a Semi-Scale version of the US Army Patriot Air Defense Missile. The rocket is designed to use an 18mm engine and 12" parachute recovery. 2 – BT-60 White Body Tube (6.625” Long) 1 - Yellow Body Tube ...

  • Estes - Patriot M104 {Kit} (2056) [2004-2010] By Jim Bassham (May 11, 2010)

    Brief: A semi-scale model of the US Army anti-missile missile. A friend of mine said no Estes rocket built stock can survive more than twelve flights. I decided to prove him wrong with this kit. Construction: Two White Body Tubes One Yellow Body Tube Blue Motor Tube Two Red Couplers Mylar Ring Engine Hook Green Engine Block Cardboard Centering ...

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Related Reviews
  • U.S. Army Patriot M-104 (Modification) By Howard Smart

    Stage bash of two Estes kits, Der Red Max (0651) and U.S. Army Patriot (2056). A two stage rocket is produced with gap staging, allowing both booster and sustainer to have engine hooks. The upper stage looks enough like the standard Patriot to be mistaken for a stock model, enough to use the Patriot decals for the sustainer and the Red Max decals for the booster. This brings a few laughs at the ...

  • Patriot M104 By Bill Eichelberger

    After dodging temptation for several years, a deal on a Hobby Lobby clearance rack that I couldn't pass up made me the proud owner of an Estes Patriot M104 missile.  I originally bought it figuring that I'd find a use for the nose cone on another project, but as often happens when things lay around the shop, I eventually opened it up and built it.  Never one who cared for the ...

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