· Flat paper caps - containing not more than .25 of a grain of explosive content per cap.
· Toy noise makers - toy pistols, toy cannons, toy canes, toy trick noise makers, and toy guns in which paper caps are used.
· Sparklers - containing no more than .0125 pounds of burning portion per sparkler.
· Flitter sparklers - in paper tubes not exceeding 1/8 inch in diameter.
· Cone and cylinder fountains - emits showers of sparks.
· Toy snakes - not containing mercury and packed no more than 12 per box.
· Toy smoke devices.
Fireworks that do not fit the above exceptions are illegal for sale, use, or transportation without a permit. Violators are guilty of a misdemeanor.
EXAMPLES OF ILLEGAL FIREWORKS/EXPLOSIVES IN MICHIGAN (THIS LIST IS NOT ALL-INCLUSIVE):
· Cherry Bomb - A small red sphere approximately 1" in diameter.
· Comet (or Mine) - A cylinder containing a star and attached to a wooden base. Upon ignition, the star is thrust 50-100 feet in the air and continues to glow as it falls to the ground.
· Firecracker - A small noisemaking cylinder up to 1.5" in length, often strung together with a fuse.
· M-80 - Up to 2" in length, usually a red cylinder with a fuse coming out the side. This is not a firework; it is a federally banned explosive.
· Bottle Rockets - A cylinder, frequently topped by a cone to stabilize its flight, attached to a long stick.
· Roman Candles - A 6-12" tube containing alternating layers of compacted black powder that shoots single stars out of the top when lighted.
· Silver Salute (M-100) - A silver cylinder with a fuse coming out of the side containing large quantities of flash powder. This is not a firework; it is a federally banned explosive.
· M-250 and M-1000 (quarter-stick) - Large versions of the M-80 and M-100 that have extremely high risk factors for crippling and disfiguring injuries. This is not a firework; it is a federally banned explosive.
· Torch - A 6-12" tube filled with colored material and ending in a handle. When ignited, streams of colors come out of the top of the tube.
· Wheel-type Device - A firework that spins or twirls is a "wheel" and thus is neither a "cylindrical fountain" nor a "cone fountain."
It says they are illegal without a permit, and I assume most people would not have this permit, and that throwing a firecracker in the general direction of another person would not fall under proper use to obtain a permit. However, I'm not positive about that.
So now with the addition of the Tornado Grenade spoon kit, I pose this question; If you have pulled your pin and are moving into position to throw your grenade with the spoon depressed and you are shot, should you be able to drop the grenade where you stand and should anyone hit by that grenade count as being hit aswell?
Hmm, that actually is a good question puck. Part of me says no, because that feels very COD-like (Martyrdom). However, part of me also says that in real life if you had a grenade with the pin pulled in your hand, that if you were then shot you would likely drop it. So basically, I'm not sure how I feel about it. More than likely if that happened the only people you would hit would be yourself and any teammates near by.
Magiver, this thread has been silent for almost two months, and that's all you can add? If you had any kind of reasoning to back that opinion up, I might let it slide, but as it is, you revived a topic that for all intents and purposes was dead right now.
As kustom already pointed out in another thread, you've been doing a lot of posting useless and basically garbage posts in various threads all over here, and you need to stop. Either get with the program or get out. Trust me when I say none of us are going to miss a 13 year old kid who didn't contribute anything of value anyway.
Corrosiveshot, please read the rules of the forum. This is what's considered necroposting (posting in a thread that hasn't been active in over 2 weeks), and you didn't add anything to the conversation.
Also, we require that you type with proper English here. That means that you have to capitalize the first word of a sentence (in this case, "Good") and end the sentence with some punctuation (a period would be appropriate here). Also, it's spelled "bleed".
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