One range of fireworks that always intrigued me as a kid were the Standard range of shot tube/air bomb types with a plastic spike. Partly because, along with rockets and the exploded remains of bangers, these were the most common spent fireworks I found lying around parks and alleyways in the run up to Nov.5th, and partly because the bright plastic spike made them stand out visually from other fireworks - not to mention that I've also always (but especially as a kid) preferred aerial effect fireworks to fountains! Though I clearly remember the packaging of most Standard "garden" fireworks from the late 1980s to early 90s - as regards what they actually did when set off, I only clearly remember the Air Bomb and Screecher, though I must have bought at least one of all the single and double-shot types that were available from Standard around this time! I remember one year buying the "aerial selection" box, which had at least one of each single-shot firework (it also had the "champagne pop" mini rockets which I remember made a very odd noise) Air Bomb - obviously, a (very loud) bang and flash Screecher - from what I recall, the same as above with a shell that whistled (equally loudly!) before bursting Supersonic Bang - no idea, though I must have let a few off, was this a starshell/bang combination? Jet Scream - I'd guess like the Screecher but without the bang? Floodlight - this was definitely a very bright white star (magnesium?), but I can't remember if it exploded or simply faded. Aerolite - another one I can't remember though I definitely had one in the Aerial Selection box. Was this a 1-shot star shell? Two other Standard "single-shot with spike" types I've seen on this forum, but which were discontinued before my time, are the Telstar and Scarlet Fury. The latter seems to be a fair bit bigger than the others, though from the tube proportions I'd guess it's still 1-shot. I'd be interested to know what these did, and if there were any other fireworks in the Standard shot-tube range, excluding repeater versions of the above.