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wfboom.com/illegal-fireworks

Wholesale fireworks provides a list of Illegal fireworks online. Silver salute, M-80, cherry bomb, quarter stick are all included in list. This informs customers which explosives are illegal in the United States.

dynamitefireworks.com/firecrackers-dynamite-fireworks-store

Firecrackers for Sale at Dynamite Fireworks Firecrakers are small explosive devices designed to make a loud bang! Firecrackers come in many different sizes and brands – and the noise level and quality differs widely depending on brand.

www.usfireworks.biz/glossary.htm

Fireworks Home > Fireworks Glossary : ... Quarter Stick - The original quarter sticks were similar to M80's, but were larger in size and contained 10 grams or more of flash powder. Quarter sticks were silver in color, four inches long, one inch in diameter, with a four inch green waterproof fuse sticking out the side. ...

chemicalrecipes.blogspot.com/2010/05/how-to-make-m-80.html

Exploding fireworks are known as "Salutes", which include anything from a firecracker to quarter sticks. M-80s are Salutes that were originally used to simulate gunfire during military training. They were also sold in the U.S. until the Child Protection Act banned them in 1966.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quarter_stick

A quarter stick is a large firecracker that falls within a certain range of dimensions. Typically, a quarter stick consists of a thick walled cardboard tube containing approximately 1 oz. (28.4 grams) of pyrotechnic flash powder, with a short length of Visco fuse protruding from the side or end of the device. No true standard for dimensions and ...

www.atf.gov/resource-center/fact-sheet/fact-sheet-illegal-explosive-devices

Fact Sheet - Illegal Explosive Devices. May, 2019. ... and cherry bombs exceed the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's explosive weight limits for consumer fireworks and are therefore classified as illegal by ATF and many other law enforcement agencies. ... Quarter Stick. Average Size: 1 inch diameter, 6 inches long

keystonefireworks.com/news/m-80s-and-cherry-bombs

M-80’s and Cherry Bombs. M80’s – The original M80 was a military simulator that was sold as a firecracker. It contained two grams of flash powder and was responsible for hundreds of serious injuries due to its powerful blast. These items were banned by the CPSC in 1966, and made illegal by ATF in the 1970’s.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-80_(explosive)

Contrary to urban legend, an M-80 that contains 3,000 mg of powder is not equivalent to a quarter-stick of dynamite. Dynamite generally contains a stable nitroglycerin based high explosive, whereas M-80s or any other kind of firecracker contains a low explosive powder, like flash powder or black powder.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L8D63ldqrs

This is a m-1000 firecracker also called a Quarter Stick firecracker. This large firecracker was detonated on a rock (which broke) and the ground shook. These are very powferll and no JOKE! Beats ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULUbetLlFr0

Demolition Demonstration of large firecrackers. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.