These are the best smoke grenades that you can buy without a fireworks license. I have a bunch of them. I popped one off in front of the house, and you couldn’t see a thing along the entire street. I couldn’t even see the house across the street. My neighbor down the road was pissed because the thought a house was on fire. Dumbass should have known that bright red smoke wasn’t from a fire.

Anyway, these things are awesome.

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Categories: Arts and Crafts


Steve S · March 9, 2022 at 9:31 am

When you’re the reason for the new HOA rule… LOL

Jim · March 9, 2022 at 4:00 pm

How big is it relative to a soda can? I have an X-Products Can Cannon and I’m thinking it might be fun to combine the two.

greggBC · March 10, 2022 at 2:31 pm

Best cloud of smoke I ever saw was from a 65 Mustang spinning just one rear wheel very fast with the front brakes on.

TRX · March 12, 2022 at 5:55 pm

I had a pile of rotted, water-logged scrap wood the size of a large pickup truck. Getting rid of it would have cost several hundred dollars, and since the city had enacted an outright ban on any kind of “open fire”, just burning it would have resulted in a fat fine.

After thinking about it for a while, I went down to the hardware store and bought a metal trash can and some vent flue pieces. A little work with the tin snips, self-tapping screws, some scrap metal, and a small blower, and I had a completely enclosed “furnace”. I cut the lid in half; the side with the stack screwed to the can, the other flipped up on some recycled door hinges so I could add more wood.

I spent a week of evenings after dark in the back yard listening to audiobooks while I fed the furnace. The soggy wood left a tremendous pall of stinky brown smoke that was so thick the street lights were only hazy blurs. The smoke settled down on the neighborhood like stinky fog instead of flying off somewhere. I saw the Fire Department cruising by a couple of times, but they didn’t spot where the smoke was coming from.

Yeah, I guess I was a bad neighbor. I view it as payback to the trash monkeys and the bumpa-thumpa car stereos patrolling the neighborhood all night.

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