Discussion in 'Fireworks Nostalgia, Collectables And History' started by Escht, Dec 21, 2019.
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Don't bother about sticks ,,, Just lay flat and aimed at a Neighbor that pisses you off....
stick to your guns kevin !
I have a case of these in storage I will check the size for you tomorrow.
steve stop it ..... giving stick to kev
He's a real stickler!
Enough to drive anyone mad !
Hi kev, stick is 31 inches in length.
Thanks Stuart, appreciate you taking the time to get this sorted for me.
Kev your Rockets are the wrong way up !!!!
One mans' up is another mans' down.......... does that mean I have to put the rocket motor on the other end of the stick ??
Hahaha Maybe !!! Have a Good One Mate ....
Now you just need to stick them to the sticks, stick em in a tube, light a match stick and enjoy.
All flew straight and true, one is now lying in the next doors garden about 8 ft away from where it was fired........
go and ask for your stick back
When I see them I will, I wonder how many flights that one stick can do....it's already completed it's second one.
The rocket builders in the US regularly recycle their sticks by simply turning them round. Hobbyists I mean. A legal passtime in some states. Not surprising I guess when you can pop to the supermarket for some bread and milk and pick up a semi-automatic assault rifle whilst you're there. Have a look at some of Tom Rubenclau's work. He's regarded as 'the master' in rocket building.
Check out 3:34 in this vid. The timing on the salutes is just...
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