What should you do if a firework does not go off?
Hi , If you are lighting fireworks and one of them does not go off you should NEVER return to it , Leave it and light your other fireworks off away from the firework then when you have finished your display put water on the firework.
There are 3 energy transformation: 1.Before the firework is lit it has potential energy stored in the fuse of the firework. 2.From the moment the fuse of a firework is set off, thermal energy and light energy are apparent. 3.When the firework is set off into the air-sound, light, and thermal energy now take place. !@@#$%^&*()
Well it depends on what kind of firework it is. If its a 1.4G firework you should have the crowed at least 10-40 yards away but if the type of firework is 1.3G you should have the crowed 30-60 yards away. I dont know if this is correct but that is what i know if the changed the regulations then I am not aware of or if the lenght is to long.
depends on if there is a drought. if not then there will be firework stands left and right, but if there is then there wont be one open. they take firework safety very seriously. you will get fined $500 and up for shooting one off. some places will sell them but be careful because police are watching were you go with them. you can buy just dont shoot during and drought.