These videos show you some of the steps used to make stinger missile rockets, spin stabilized fireworks rockets that do not need a stick or fins.
Night launch of a homemade stinger missile rocket with beautiful charcoal tail.
Cutting cardboard tubes, with a saw and miter box, to the correct length needed to make 3/8-inch ID stinger missiles.
Hand ramming a bentonite clay nozzle into the end of your stinger tube using a mallet and the Turbo Pyro tooling.
Drilling Spin HoleHow to measure and mark the location of the stinger missile spin hole and drill it using the drill guide provided in the Turbo Pyro kit.
Installing a thin piece of visco fuse into the side spin hole of the stinger missile rocket.
Ramming Fuel And Clay
How to safely hand ram the rocket fuel into your stinger missile tube and add the bentonite clay bulkhead.
How to hand drill a passfire hole into the bulkhead of the stinger missile and attach a single star heading with masking tape.
A homemade stinger missile rocket fired off in the daytime.