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    campklg

    New Type 54 in Illinois!

    I live in the NW suburbs of Chicago and received my Type 54 today. I started the entire process less than a month ago. I took my IL explosives class through the IDNR, passed my test and received my...

    campklg 08-12-2017 02:14 PM
    threetatsb

    buying 1.3 product

    well I would like to start this off by saying Illinois sucks!!....lol...they try and make everything so difficult. my question is if I get my type 54 license and purchase product in Indiana is there...

    threetatsb 08-03-2017 02:00 AM
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    pistolus

    The Columbia Firework Wars

    I think the state laws in Missouri allow the use of consumer fireworks, but cities are allowed to restrict them within city limits.. Watching that second

    pistolus Today, 03:45 AM Go to last post
    Rick_In_Tampa

    The Columbia Firework Wars

    In Greece they have those two churches that fire rockets back and forth at each other, and they give points to the side that hits the bells in the church

    Rick_In_Tampa Today, 12:38 AM Go to last post
    Rick_In_Tampa

    PGI Convention 2017 Fargo, North Dakota

    You're talking about the horsetail effect, yes? If so, I know Spirit of 76 has that. You might consider pinging their rep on here and asking them to help

    Rick_In_Tampa Today, 12:05 AM Go to last post
    RalphieJ

    Collier Sportsman Club Fireworks August 26

    Dave, be careful. A brass cannon or mortar without a liner can frag. I wouldn't get anywhere near that thing when it goes off.

    RalphieJ Yesterday, 10:32 PM Go to last post
    RalphieJ

    Collier Sportsman Club Fireworks August 26

    That's a mortar that Dave has there. Not very accurate, especially when compared to a cannon with a rifled barrel insert.

    RalphieJ Yesterday, 09:46 PM Go to last post
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