BIG BANG CANNONS
BANGSITE SINGLE TUBE
THE CONESTOGA COMPANY
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Bangsite, used in the Big Bang Cannons, is crushed calcium
carbide, the same "stuff" used in miners' headlamps. When added to
water, calcium carbide produces acetylene gas which is then ignited by
a spark produced by rapidly depressing the igniter on the cannon. Safe,
Fun, Loud is how we describe the Big Bang Cannons manufactured by The
used in all BIG-BANG® Cannons
Easy instructions enclosed with each cannon
One tube of Bangsite® produces about 100 shots
A specially made spark plug is used in the igniter of all BIG-BANG® Cannons. Be sure to order enough spark plugs for replacement. One spark plug lasts about as long as one tube of Bangsite®.
No gunpowder is used.
No matches required.
Bangsite® cannot be ignited by hottest flame.
Absolutely no recoil or "kick".
Concussion cannot explode Bangsite®.
Bangsite® is permitted to be shipped by mail without special markings.
A Safety Demonstration
Publicized in chemical and scientific periodicals, the Big-Bang®
Cannon serves as a teaching tool in many high school, college and
Bangsite is used in ALL Big-Bang ® Cannons. 100 shots per tube! Make sure to order plenty of Bangsite and Spark Plugs.
Bangsite is the registered trademark for powdered calcium carbide marketed by the Conestoga Co. to be used in Big-Bang carbide cannons.