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    1995 AFN Back Issue Set

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    1995 AFN Back Issue Set

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    Year 1995 Summary: Reviewing the Basics, Those Damp Rockets!, Stars Blown Blind, Another Core for Round Stars, Round Shell Construction Using Inner & Outer Shell Casings, Expect the Unexpected, Cut Stars - Without Cutting, Pumping Blood, Cross-Section of a Commercial Chinese Whistling Bottle Rocket, Mr. Cheapo and His Used Vermiculite, Parachute Know-How, Don't Stop Shipping Shells Until I Tell You To, Charcoal, Uses of Potassium Chlorate Your Mother Never Told You About, More Shell Detonations, Multi-Stage casings, Aqueous Bding of Sodium Nitrate Stars, Cheap & Easy Rocket Gimmick, Dudley the Dog, Class C Repeaters, Method for the Production of Micro Stars, You Can Be Burned!, Baby Boomer Comes of Age: Parts One -Three, Sift Those Chemicals, High Quality Homemade Lift, Cyalume Night, Thoughts on Electric Match, Early Experiments, Steel Wool Redux, Using HDPE Mortars for Repeat Firing of Displays, Experiments in Theatrical Pyrotechnics, Blue & Orange Go Getters Without Magnesium, Parachute Rockets, Black Powder Burn Rates: Apples & Pears, Priming Gives Positive Ignition, Declaring War with Cherry Bomb Mortars, Wild About Wheels, The Awakening of the Pyro, Floor Sweepings, Mining the Pyro Tailings Heap, Storage Requirements for Consumer Fireworks and Explosives "In Process", Ball Milling.

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