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JdmBoy2012

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What on earth are these? I picked them up rather cheap but I can't seem to find pics,vids etc...Dynamite by night star(I believe they're older fireworks may have been in storage for a bit) Very heavy so must be packing a good lot of gun powder haha.
 

Cigar

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Oct 16, 2012
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I love those little Atomiser's that I can see at the front of the pic. £2 for a pack, 50p per firework, awesome little things.

Can't help with the Dynamite though.
 

Pompeypyro

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Oct 18, 2012
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JdmBoy2012 said:
What on earth are these? I picked them up rather cheap but I can't seem to find pics,vids etc...Dynamite by night star(I believe they're older fireworks may have been in storage for a bit) Very heavy so must be packing a good lot of gun powder haha.
I believe they're like star bombard mines from night star (and now esco) just three loud mines fused together. Had one like this a few years back, very loud (May have changed now though).

http://www.rotherhamfireworks.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&path=38&product_id=78
 

JdmBoy2012

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Sep 10, 2013
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c1gar said:
I love those little Atomiser's that I can see at the front of the pic. £2 for a pack, 50p per firework, awesome little things.

Can't help with the Dynamite though.
I get them for free mate, My source has a tone of them lying around so he just throws in a packet or two everytime I visit, Never tried them but the vids look good :)