An explosive shell. See Marron, 3.
pyrotechnic device which when detonated produces a very loud bang and explosive force. Used not only to generate bangs, but also to fire confetti from a confetti cannon. Due to the force generated when they detonate, maroons should always be detonated in either a confetti cannon or bomb tank.
A very loud bang typically created by a maroon shell (e.g. at large professional displays) or maroon rockets. Professional maroons from aerial shells can be heard many miles away.
A pyrotechnic which produces a loud bang. Must always be used in a bomb tank.
an exploding firework used as a warning signal
a loud type of rocket
a type of rocket which makes a loud banging report
An electrically fired thunderflash, set off in a steel tank fitted with a wire mesh top, to simulate an explosion. These are so loud that it is as well to inform the police in advance if one is to be set off (and at what time), so that they can be ready to deal with hundeds of reports of bombs going off
An electrically detonated pyrotechnic device giving the effect of a loud explosion. Made from gunpowder encased in stout cardboard or string. Must be used within a metal bomb tank. Originally developed in the second half of the last century to simulate the sound of cannon. It was often used to call out the volunteer lifeboat crew in an emergency.
A firework which produces a single loud report.