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Missile fireworks – firework projectiles that produce fantastic effects
A missile is defined as an object that is propelled at a target forcibly by hand or from some sort of mechanical weapon. We have all seen missile launches on TV and the Internet and we can all agree that they look amazing. This served as an inspiration for firework manufacturers to design a type of firework that looks and acts as a missile on a micro level. Missile fireworks are popular among people of all ages and they are used on many different events.
Missile fireworks – a basic guide
If you want a definition of this type of firework we will provide a short one – a missile firework is a type of firework that launches very small, self-propelled projectiles that produce strong whistling sound and eventually explode high in the skies.
Some people think that they are the same as rocket fireworks, but they are not right because missile fireworks, unlike rockets don’t need a stick in order to get the right direction. The fact is that they use different things to find the right direction. Some of them are rotating while others use stabilizers in the form of fins. Some missile fireworks are shot directly from a tube.
Another thing that is interesting about them is that most of them form some kind of barrage of missiles that go up in the sky one by one. As they go up they create that distinctive whistling sound. What makes the special is the number of shots. While typical fireworks have several shots, missile fireworks come with at least 25 shots. Some of them have 100, 200 or even 300 shots. This is definitely sufficient amount of fireworks to make any event, be it a wedding, birthday party or Guy Fawkes Night, impressive.
It is also good to know that there are missile fireworks that are able to provide fast fire action. In addition, there are fireworks of this kind that provide effects in many different colours. The most sophisticated ones create crackling sounds in addition to the whistling sounds.
In case you are wondering where you can use these fireworks, the answer is simple – everywhere (except indoors). These missile fireworks are very small and they can be used anywhere outdoors. In order to avoid any accidents, try to stay away at least five meters away from the missile launch site. Don’t forget that every device comes with special instructions, so read them carefully before you ignite them. As we have already mentioned they are great for any type of celebration, but it is probably the best idea to use them on events with many people because the audio and visual effects will make people quiet and focused on one thing.
Purchasing missile fireworks
There are dozens of suppliers of this type of firework in the UK. However, if you are looking for quality and missile fireworks produced by well-known manufacturers, you have come to the right place. Our wide selection of missile fireworks and other types of fireworks will satisfy all your needs.