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Here is a list of fireworks demo nights for 1.4 and 1.3 fireworks around the US with a free sample o...
Hand rolled bottom shots. Why are they so important? Bottom shots are those salutes contained in aerial shells. Properly made for canister shells, they form a sabot or integral part of the integrity of the shell. Veteran shellmaker Don Rowe tells how he makes better shells by hand-rolling the case, and shows you how the standard color-&-report shell is better and safer with this technique. Don is a shellmaker by trade, and he learned from skilled old country craftsmen. Learn from the pros! Recorded at the 1994 PGI convention in New Castle. 60 minutes.
Chapter 1, Opening Titles
Chapter 2, Beginning of Seminar
Chapter 3, Making the Book
Chapter 4, Flash Powder Bag
Chapter 5, Placement of Flash Powder
Chapter 6, Placement of Spolette
Chapter 7, Filling in with Sawdust
Chapter 8, Pleating the End
Chapter 9, Spiking
Chapter 10, Making Books for Larger Shells
Chapter 11, Other Video Titles 00:59:46:24 Chapter 12, Ends