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Remote Control Fireworks Bomber Dogfighter

Remote control plane?
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A remote control plane with an added capability to light and release fireworks in midair, this would be wonderful for any festive holiday involving fireworks. A fun way to set off fireworks, or use the fireworks from the link.

You could also have suberb dogfights using the rockets to attack other planes.

Hmmmm..... That could be a part of this idea.

Yes. It is now.

DesertFox, Feb 20 2005

Airdrop fireworks Airdrop_20Fireworks
[DesertFox, Feb 20 2005]

Yan Shui Fireworks festival http://www.youtube....watch?v=9zwtGXEOqEg
[kodabar, Feb 06 2010]

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       It would be fun to have the remote, but there would be a huge risk for the spectators.   

       Give'em a helmet. Or make them bring their own.   

       They can watch from behind safety screens.
DesertFox, Feb 20 2005

       Needs ack-ack fireworks as well.
mouseposture, Feb 06 2010

       The safety aspect would kill the idea in the West. But who says it has to be sold here? I reckon there's plenty of oriental fellahs would be up for this and they've barely heard of health and safety. Witness the Taiwanese fireworks festival in the link where they deliberately shoot hundreds of rockets into the crowd. Everyone's equipped with leather jackets and helmets, but that's only because they all ride mopeds.   

       This idea's a winner in the right market.
kodabar, Feb 06 2010

       Small remote controlled relay, a 9v battery and some nichrome wire. A remote airplane and a batch of bottle rockets with the stick taped under the wings missile style. Bakeable by anyone with some electronics know-how (and access to fireworks).
MechE, Feb 06 2010

       I remember watching a Kids film, where the remote airplane fired darts, fireworks would have been awesome!
S-note, Feb 08 2010

       //I remember watching a Kids film, where the remote airplane fired darts, fireworks would have been awesome!//   

       I might be wrong here, but my addled memory is reporting that as an episode of an iconic (be that good or bad...) Australian series called My Secret Valley. Those aussies amongst us will remember the theme song was to the tune of Waltzing Matilda (I know a valley, I know a valley, My Secret Valley the world has to see.....)   

       [S-Note] - you're not an aussie, are you?
Custardguts, Feb 08 2010

       Nope not an Aussie, however as a kid we did get a lot of Aussie TV in the UK - so may well be right.
S-note, Feb 09 2010


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