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1994 AFN Back Issue Set

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1994 AFN Back Issue Set

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1994 AFN Back Issue Set

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Year 1994 Summary: Mag-55 Ti Salute, Preserving Paste, Say, Who Was the Black Man? or More About Charcoal, Quick Whistle Rockets, Using Coarse Aluminum Turnings, Cut-Away Shells, Working with Magnesium, Electric Matches & Squibs, The Round Star: Parts One & Two, Rice Hulls: Is There an Alternative?, Shrink That Visco for Time, Protecting Magnesium II, The Frugal Pyro, Ball Milling tipk, More on Using Coarse Aluminum Turnings, Water Fireworks, "Skip Burning" of Visco Fuse, Bike Wheel Pyro, New Display Technology, Report Tourbillions, Pyro Emitting Digital Display Device, Molecular Sieves as Cores for Round Stars, Bigger & Better Breaks for Small Ball Shells, Sculpy Revisited, Millennium Meteor Fireworks Project, Electric Ignition of Shock Tube Firing Systems, Electrical Percussive Arc Shooting of Shock Tube, Whistle - Jetex Questions Answered, Hates Potassium Permanganate, Fun with Jumping Jacks, Floor Sweepings, Measurement of Aerial Shell Velocity, Ground Bloom Flower Wheel, Alternative Cores for Burst Charge in Round Shells, Lance Development?, Adventures with Nitrogen Tri-Iodide, Designing Port Fires, Bright Stars Compositions with High Magnalium Content, Understanding and Using Capacitive-Discharge Electrical Firing Equipment, Easy Sun, Calculating the Optimum Size of Inserts for Cylindrical Shells, Making Charcoal in Small Quantities, Adiabatic Heating of Bridge Wires.

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