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    displayfireworks1

    Metal racks

    Now I see why it did not succeed. If I am looking at it correctly , it looks like an adjunct to existing racks . If a display crew left the plant with

    displayfireworks1 Today, 03:51 PM Go to last post
    PyroJoeNEPA

    Metal racks

    Dave--the racks use an "L" shaped pin to align the rack of guns to the "H" frame and there is a cotter pin that goes thru the L pin.

    PyroJoeNEPA Today, 03:39 PM Go to last post
    PyroKing31

    Hello from Rotchester NY!! The home of no aerial fireworks

    Hello fellow Rochester Pyro.

    Welcome! There's much to learn here. To get own and possess in NYS you need to be a licensed pyro in the state

    PyroKing31 Today, 02:45 PM Go to last post
    displayfireworks1

    Metal racks

    If I remember correctly the ATF was "Anchor the Fuse". They made those mortars with the cut near the top of the mortar to hold the fuse leader.

    displayfireworks1 Today, 02:19 PM Go to last post
    PyroJoeNEPA

    Metal racks

    These are the racks you are asking about. Light weight aluminum. They are no longer made. The company went out of business several years ago. You can

    PyroJoeNEPA Today, 01:26 PM Go to last post
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