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When Dude Perfect plays, they play big. Like Texas-sized big. Their model rocket battles are no exception, with each crew member bringing a mega-sized missile to the showdown.


The rules of the battle were simple: whoever’s rocket travelled the highest would be declared the winner. Also, there was a 300-foot bonus for any rocket launcher able to catch their missile before it returned to Earth.

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In the end, none of the Dude Perfect members were able to catch their rockets, but Cory Cotton’s Bumble Bee V2 narrowly took the prize for highest elevation at 2450 feet.


The first edition of the model rocket battle featured less massive missiles, but just as much fun. Garrett Hilbert’s two-engined purple projectile won with a peak altitude of 1513 feet plus the 300-foot bonus.