I found this rocket on ebay, its by a company called mad science, and they produce science toys/activities. they only have one rocket in their range.
It is a very basic rocket, very suitable for a first build for a young rocketeer.
4 plastic fins
engine mount tube
body tube - silver
engine block (missing!)
shock cord mounts
shock cord protector sleeve
the nose cone comes apart, and acts like a scal payload section, it is also rubber tipped.
the body tube is silver coloured but had deep spirrals in it.
engine hook is attached to the engine mount tube, which has a pre cut slot in it.
the adapter rind is glued over the tube, and the whole lot is then glued into the plastic engine mount.
the four plastic fines slip easily onto the mount.
on an A8-3 she's okay, not too high, ejection after apogee
On a B she's better, staight flights on both occasions, opens at apogee.
on a C she rips, only flew once and she arched over and landed in the middle of a wood - missing every tree on the way down.
My son built one of these in his school yesterday. For the finale of the elementary after-school science program, they had the kids build these rockets which was really neat. I wish they had the time to have a launch though. I'm sure they would have loved to see them fly. I have a few A8s and B6s that my son and I could send this up on one of these days as weather permits.