Fireworks for Sale!!

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Fireworks for Sale!!

Post by M60NJP » 11 Sep 2014, 13:16

I know it's a still a number of weeks away, but TMC has a year-round licence to sell/store so if anyone is thinking about a firework party in November or maybe Xmas/NY and would like top-of-the-line Kimbolton fireworks (they do the NY show in London.....) please give me a shout.
Their range is summarised here:
http://www.kimboltonfireworks.co.uk/ret ... gories.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
They're not the cheapest - but when comparing fireworks have a look at how much 'explosive' is actually in the firework - some that are the same size (externally) have differing content (have a look under a pyramidical one and see where the bottom stopper is!).
I can/will do member rates of course. Postage is possible as I use special packaging (flame resistant!). More supplies coming at the end of September but have stock already which I can bring to Players.

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Re: Fireworks for Sale!!

Post by theguvnor » 11 Sep 2014, 18:08

Top tip. Never leave rockets stored upright for a year! I bought some erm hookey rockets from a bloke at work and launced one in the garden. Went up like a surface to air missile and the bang rattled the windows. Cue my lad bursting into tears! He was only four. So just put them back in the garage. The following year after a load of beers at a BBQ at ours, i remebered about the huge rockets in the garage. Promptly got the biggest one, stuffed it in the launch tube and lit the touch paper. KABOOOOOM! It went of at ground level. It turned out (obviously ) that all the gunpoweder had settled to the bottom of the rocket as they'd been stood up in a corner of the garage. Car/House alarms went off, police called etc luckily only light cuts and bruises.

I've not been allowed near fireworks since!! :shock:

Oh yeah and we had an LPG tank in the garden!!

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Re: Fireworks for Sale!!

Post by Gus247 » 12 Sep 2014, 12:31

Bought a load from Neal last year and they were pretty awesome!! Definitely going back for more this year! :thumbup:
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Post by cockneyrebel » 12 Sep 2014, 12:47

Neal can you bring a "Menu" of your goodies to Players please. %-(
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Post by M60NJP » 12 Sep 2014, 13:09

cockneyrebel wrote:Neal can you bring a "Menu" of your goodies to Players please. %-(
Will do.

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Post by Lewy » 12 Sep 2014, 17:44

What about a BMWE bonfire night? Everyone chips in for fireworks and hot dogs etc? Anybody want to volunteer their back garden? Lol

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Post by M60NJP » 01 Oct 2014, 12:28

Just had the main delivery - missing a few that are still on a boat from China (yes, really!) but 650kg to move, display and sell! Hope my shop doesn't catch fire tonight!

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Post by chrislux » 01 Oct 2014, 16:15

Is it too late to order some Neal ??
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Post by M60NJP » 01 Oct 2014, 16:25

chrislux wrote:Is it too late to order some Neal ??
Nope - but only from the stock I now have - which is a fair bit!!
http://www.kimboltonfireworks.co.uk/ret ... gories.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

The Kimbolton Range is well depicted on their website, and the ones I have are:

Bronze Selection Box
Silver Selection Box
Jumping Jelly Beans
Sky Battle
Alien War
Gemstone Bombard
Howling Phantoms
Flying Fish Feast in the Emerald Sea
Midnight Masquerade
Whistling Jet Stream
Thundering Space Spiders
Mammoth Cone
Plotters Keg
Witches Cauldron
Mutant Space Cherries
Hatching Sea Dragons
Magellan
Brimstone
Centaur
Cyclops
Siren
Cosmic Dust
Mystical
Ducks playing in the autumn leaves
Lighning over the citrus grove
Kraken
Glittering Gemstones
Sparklers

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Re: Fireworks for Sale!!

Post by M60NJP » 19 Oct 2014, 17:26

A little bump on this. Sales have been pretty good so far, but I've sufficient stock. I have saved some 'appropriate' boxes so can post if needed - but they are heavy!

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