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  • pyrobirk@gmail.com
    Thanks, Tom. That looks like a great resource. Looks like I need to change my technique a bit, and do some practicing. I bought a case of 5 hemis at the
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      Thanks, Tom. That looks like a great resource. Looks like I need to change my technique a bit, and do some practicing.
      I bought a case of 5" hemis at the convention. I've only ever done 3" shells, but can't wait to try the bigger size.
      Jared

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      > Jared,
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      > You may want to look through the bulletins about Jim Widmann's pole method
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      > March/April 2001., or alternatively, at Ned Gorski's nice shells in 2 and a
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      > days.https://www.skylighter.com/fireworks/how-to-make/tiger-willow-ball-shells-2.asp
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      > The solution to lumpy shells is three parts, partly width of the pasting
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      > orientation used when pasting the shell. The WASP system uses the open pole
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      > method as well as automatically rotates the shell while pasting. Otherwise,
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