Real M80s Available ———___——_____ Buy M80 Firecrackers Now!

10 11 2009

I have a limited supply of real military grade m-80’s that I need to sell as soon as possible. I got these directly from the manufacturer and I can guarantee zero duds on your order. The holidays are upon us and I need to unload my supply of m-80’s. I don’t have to tell you how impossible it is to buy these nowadays. Also, because I need to move them quickly, I will be selling them at a price to sell. I guarantee you that there is no one that has these authentic m80’s with 3 grams of real flash powder. Don’t be fooled by knockoffs or weaker imitations. If you think you bought m80’s from a legal fireworks shop in the U.S., you did not. No legally run shop in the U.S. has these authentic m-80’s that I have. Please, only serious buyers need contact me. I don’t have time to answer 100s of questions.

Each package I ship comes with the m-80’s, safety intructions, order confirmation information, and a disclaimer (use at your own risk).

This is a picture I took of an individual m-80:

The m-80’s are $10 apiece for order of 40 or more.
They are $15 apiece for orders between 20 and 39.
They are $20 apiece for orders between 10 and 19.

I do not accept any orders less than 10 or greater than 100.

I Fedex overnight all my shipments once orders are received.
I double seal them w/ industrial vaccum sealed shipping plastic.
All packages are discreetly labeled for obvious reasons.
I only ship within the Continental U.S. (No Hawaii or Alaska or Canada).

Email me with your order.



The Power of a Real M80 Demonstrated

10 11 2009

To demonstrate the power of these m80’s, I brought one out back and set it off on a wood platforms. It was 3/4″ plywood. It wasn’t under the wood, it was just sitting on it. Here are front and back pictures of wood. The picture on the right is the top of the wood; the left one shows the bottom.

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These are the only real M8o Firew0rks available online. This is the only place you can buy m8o firew0rks on the internet. Please let me know if you find them elsewhere, I’ll give you a prize. M8o Firew0rks are very hard to come by. Please be careful when operating them or viewing them.


(video) Playing with a pile of M80s.

10 11 2009

so … what do think i can blow up with all these M-8o’s??? Just kidding. Just thought I’d send a video of some of my fireworks.

Do Not Buy FAKE M80’s – Buy Real M80’s Here (How to Spot a Fake)

9 11 2009

Though M-80s, Cherry bombs, and silver salutes are now illegal in the U.S., manufacturers of legal (1.4G) fireworks continue to name their products things such as “M-80 Firecrackers”, “M-8000s”, etc., in an attempt to lure buyers into thinking the devices are more powerful than they really are, or have some connection to real M-80s. But they don’t – the name is just a marketing gimmick. They’re not even close to being as powerful as real M-80s. You may be asking, “how can I tell if a firework is real?”.

The first step is to be aware of what they look like. M-80s are approximately and inch and a half long, a half inch in diameter, with a red casing and a stiff, short fuse coming out of the side. Silver Salutes are basically the same, except they’re silver in color. Cherry Bombs are about an inch in diameter and can easily be mistaken for a consumer “smoke ball”. Their outer surface is uneven and rough. Another key factor in determining if something is legal is whether or not it has a manufacturer’s label. M-80s and other explosive devices have absolutely no warning label, manufacturer’s name, or product number (because the manufacturers don’t want to be named). Consumer fireworks are required by federal law to have “FIREWORKS UN0336” (the UN hazard category for consumer fireworks) printed somewhere on the device, which is proof to you that it was made in a factory and has been tested and approved for your use.

So beware of these slick folks online stating that they have m80’s.