A valid, current BATF permit to buy Display Fireworks is required to buy the items on this price list. (Either the BATF “User Annual” permit or the BATF “User Limited” permit.) Our ID # is 3-WI-093-23-0D-00086.
The basic ingredient of fireworks is black powder – also known as gunpowder. However, the creation of a fireworks display is truly an art form, one that has been perfected by some families for generations. The “paints” used by a craftsman of a pyrotechnic device are the different chemicals added during production. These chemicals provide the dazzling array of colors and visual effects on the canvas of a night sky, as well as the sounds (reports) that accompany the burst. The manufacturer carefully selects the chemicals to be used and determines the order in which they are packed into the casing in an effort to create a specific visual effect. Once the materials are packed into the casing, a fuse is affixed so that the device can be safely ignited. Although all of the colors and effects of a fireworks display are spectacular, the hallmark of a truly fine show are deep blue or dazzling white bursts – the marks of an expert pyrotechnician.Look for a manufacturer’s name on each item or on the box in which they were packaged. Each device should also list instructions for proper use and have cautionary labeling. The manufacturer’s name and cautionary labeling are required by law. Fireworks without this information are probably illegal and, therefore, to be avoided. If you suspect that you have illegal fireworks, contact the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms at 1-888-ATF-BOMB.
The law is different in each state. For a breakdown of these laws by state, visit our Directory of State Laws. Please be aware that within each state there may be local restrictions as well. Please contact your local fire or police department for the laws regarding your area.Cherry bombs, M-80s, M-100s, and silver salutes are all examples of illegal explosives, sometimes mistakenly referred to by the press as legal, consumer fireworks. These items are extremely dangerous. Fireworks made from mail order kits are illegal and dangerous. NEVER attempt to make your own fireworks or tamper with legal consumer fireworks. Be extremely careful when ordering fireworks over the Internet. If you do use the Internet to obtain fireworks, be sure that you are purchasing from an established, legal vendor. Also, be sure to know all of the local laws concerning the use of fireworks in your state before ordering any items.Although the number of people enjoying fireworks today is significantly greater than ever before, the fireworks industry’s numerous safety campaigns and consumer education programs are paying off, as evidenced by the amazing 44% decrease in the injury rate of fireworks-related accidents. Unfortunately, a large majority of these injuries are the result of the misuse of legal consumer items or the use of illegal explosives.We can’t thank you enough for sticking with us despite all the challenges of the year. Our business would not be possible without you and we truly love helping you put on displays to make people smile. Here’s hoping we can still make this year the best ever. As always, feel free to email [email protected] or call (812)623-0099 with any questions or concerns. See you soon!YES, we are OPEN. All sales by APPOINTMENT ONLY! Call (812)623-0099 or email [email protected] today. (Please note: We love new customers but we cannot sell to the general public. Most of our products require an ATF license for purchase/possession. We are happy to help you get your license if you don’t have one.) DismissAs you probably know, our industry is experiencing unprecedented supply chain issues. That being said, it doesn’t make much sense for us to publish and mail out a catalog this year. Instead, we are frequently updating the website to reflect current inventory (updated 6/19/2023). You can download a list of in-stock items by clicking the red link above. Also we just got Soul Shaker in today (6/26/23) so you can buy that now too!Frequently Asked Fireworks Questions / FAQ’s: Answers to over 25 common fireworks questions that have been submitted to Dynamite Fireworks. Head over to the Dynamite Fireworks FAQ page to check it out. In addition, we will provide our favorite industry links in order to enhance your overall Dynamite Fireworks experience – for both the fireworks novice to the experienced pyro!Now, you will hear the more experienced fireworks users refer to these two classes of fireworks by their US Explosives Class. Either 1.4G [Consumer Fireworks] or 1.3G [Display Fireworks]. In addition, you may hear some older-school fireworks enthusiasts use the classification of “Class C” or “Class B” fireworks. But let it be known that these are no longer official terms as Class C is now known as 1.4G or Consumer Fireworks and Class B is now known as 1.3G or Display Fireworks.
Answers to the most common questions related to fireworks and fireworks safety are addressed on this page. From the benefits of quality name brand fireworks, to questions related to fireworks colors and effects, to the difference between Consumer and Display Fireworks, we will give you some dynamite tips and answers here.