After quite a lot of questions about what's best for firing retail fireworks, Talon or Consumer Match igniters, I thought I'd put a post here. Just to clear this matter up - Consumer Match and Electric Match are the same basic igniters but with a different shroud on the end. The Consumer Match has two holes for you to thread the visco fuse through from any retail firework, where as Electric Match won't easily ignite visco and is therefore more widely used for CAT4 and quick match ignition. Talons have no pyrotechnic material and are therefore safe to connect to your fireworks before transporting them to the launch site if you so desire. Also the question 'Can you fire more than one igniter from a single cue?' comes up quite a lot - In the past I've shown the 12 Cue Pro firing system firing multiple igniters so I thought this time I'd use the smaller 4 Cue system. All igniters in these videos are wired in PARALLEL (with each igniter going directly into the firing system terminals). I'll do a seperate post soon with more about parallel and series wiring. 3 x 2m Consumer Match Igniters fired from 1 Cue: 3 x 1m Talon Igniters fired from 1 Cue: 8 x 2m Consumer Match Igniters (2 per cue) ALL FIRE: I hope this helps a few of you out when it comes to deciding what igniters are best for you.