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Our Bottle Rocket Kit comes with everything needed to make your own bottle rockets (less black powder or other rocket fuel).
Kit includes:(1) package of 100 qty Bottle Rocket Sticks (12")(1) bag of 50 qty Tube-1 (1/4" x 2" x 1/16") - Bottle Rocket Tubes(1) bag of 50 qty Tube-3 (1/4" x 2 1/2" x 1/16") - Bottle Rocket Tubes(1) 20' roll Small Cannon Fuse (25 sec/ft)(1) Bottle Rocket Tooling(1) Stainless Steel Powder Scoop(1) Funnel (1/4")(1) Rawhide Mallet (1 1/4")(1) 1/4 lb Fine Bentonite Clay (for nozzles, if desired)(1) Rocket Instructions/Summary Information
See Videos and Links for details, information, and helpful tips.
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Check out fireworking.com for more information, videos, and links to building your own fireworks. We have seen a lot of pyro forums and sites over the years, but fireworking.com is by far the best.
"Come for the information, stay for the conversation." -Ned Gorski
HOW TO MAKE NOZZLELESS ROCKETS - Ned GorskiThis is a great article with PHOTOS and VIDEOS that demonstrates how to make nozzleless rockets. This is the most common method for building bottle rockets, due to their small size. In the video, a 1/2" ID motor is being hand rammed, but all of the principles are the same.
FIREWORKS SAFETY PRACTICES/THE PYROTECHNIST'S SURVIVAL GUIDE - Ned Gorski ft. Kyle Kepley
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