Fireworks Tips for your Show

artillery mortar tubes

BLACK CAT IS STILL COMMON FAVORITE IN WISCONSIN

BUYING AND SETTING UP YOUR FIREWORKS DISPLAY (YOUR HEAVY HITTERS) – THATS HOW ITS DONE IN MILWAUKEE

TIP: Try to divide the sky into low, medium, and high heights. Purchase fireworks items to fill those areas. Yet another choice which will look totally tremendous is to have two firing locations spread out by nearly 75 feet.

Assure everything is secure. All artillery mortar tubes should be tacked down and arial cakes on even surface. If avoided you can have a serious dilemma on hand. The worst accident that could happen would be for a cake to get knocked and start igniting into an audience.

The finale should be carefully designed, don’t feel that more shots is the best. Ten to eleven shells per sec. in the air for a total of 1 minute is too much. A typical error people make with their fireworks display is too much action too quickly, kick it down a tad, and make use of the entire horizon. Time your shooting to have a apex, something like 2 to 3 seconds, 10-12 shots per second. It’s a big help to spread out or angle your firework bursts so they don’t all go to one area in the sky and mask the effects of each shell.

Fireworks finale tips

Have a few racks of mortar shells lined up for the fireworks finale, angle the racks if you can. Additional tubes may be purchased at your Wisconsin fireworks stores. Nothing is worse than 40 shells all bursting over each other and creating a big ball of bright shit in the sky. Look over the last row of cakes in the finale and when the last cakes are almost finished, cruise for the racks of tubes. Slam them at the end and hear the excitement.

Vintage Black Cat Fireworks

Love fireworks for a long time? Take a peek at vintage fireworks gallery of old Black Cat fireworks from the past decade, it will bring back many fun and probably drunken memories! LOL

See vintage black cat fireworks gallery (45 photos).

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