Originally Posted by pyrofan4life
I have obtained access to a 100 acre farm in Anson County, NC and I'm considering the idea of an open shoot night for anyone that can make it. I have an operator's license and insurance so I can obtain the necessary permit. We can shoot 1.3 and 1.4 with virtually no size constraints at this venue. Does anyone have any interest or thoughts?
I also posted this in the Consumer Fireworks USA forum (sorry if duplicate posting is frowned upon). I just wanted to make sure my message reached
Hello , I'm new to the post , Last years show i set off was a great success with multiple arrangements of cakes and mortars fused all together. This year was a huge disappointment repeating the same process as last year but adding a lot more motors. Can someone shed some light on why every chain ,jump ,transfer fire fuse popped and would not transfer fire ???? much appreciated any help
Can someone please recommend a good firing system, something not cheap or bootleg but less inexpensive as perhaps a cobra firing system. Cobra would be nice eventually but this will be my first firing system. So im looking for something more basic but effective. Any advice ? ''
Originally Posted by Dion
I hope everyone had a good 4th of July weekend! I had a great time. Of course I still got a lot of fireworks left over from the past two nights and I wish we had more holidays with traditional fireworks. Can somebody give me a list of pyro events and get together's. Im joining the PGI finally and would like to get together with other pyro hobbyist. Thanks.
Originally Posted by displayfireworks1
I plan to be in bed at 11:15pm, tomorrow its up early and get the truck. Everyone in the Eastern Time zone should go to bed. LOL At least I am. Best of luck to everyone out there working a professional display, stay safe and make the customer happy. To all the backyard displays best of luck and stay safe also.
Don't forget your scissor and Magic Tape.
See you in the morning
Be safe Dave, Not to sure how