Will you have legal or illegal fireworks for the Fourth of July??
Just wondering, either way please be safe!!
Legal - it all depends on where you live, in Idaho you can use launched mortars if you do so outside of city limits/certain county lines.
Looking forward to launching a few mortars myself!
i was going to have illegal, since i live in il, but we never went to Indiana to buy them, maybe next year, For this year i bought firworks bought from Target, spent 20 bucks, and then 2 for the sparklers, Have a fun Forth of July.
Illegal, the People's Republic of MA made all fire works illegal several years ago. You know liberals love to pass laws to protect us against ourselves. Thank God the Revolution took place in 1776, becuase if it were today the only people here with arms would have been the Brits. Our State Legislature would have outlawed them for us citizens to keep us from hurting ourselves.
We have to buy them in the "Live Free of Die State" of NH.
well, i am definitely not going to buy those crappy sparklers from walmart, if thats what you are thinking. Hmmm.....pumpkin balls anyone?
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