As used in this Article, the following terms shall have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates that a different meaning is intended:
Common Fireworks: Any fireworks designed primarily to produce visual or audible effects by combustion.
(A) The term includes:
Ground and hand-held sparkling devices, including items commonly known as dipped sticks, sparklers, cylindrical fountains, cone fountains, illuminating torches, wheels, ground spinners, and flitter sparklers;
Fireworks commonly known as helicopters, aerials, spinners, roman candles, mines and shells;
Class C explosives classified as common fireworks by the United States Department of Transportation, by regulations found in the Code of Federal Regulations.
(B) The term does not include fireworks commonly known as firecrackers, salutes, chasers, skyrockets, and missile-type rockets.
Dangerous Fireworks: Any fireworks not defined as a “common firework”.
Fireworks: Any composition or device, in a finished state, containing any combustible or explosive substance for the purpose of producing a visible or audible effect by combustion, explosion, deflagration, or detonation, and classified as common or special fireworks.
Special Fireworks: Any fireworks designed primarily for exhibition display by producing visible or audible effects. The term includes:
Fireworks commonly known as skyrockets, missile-type rockets, firecrackers, salutes, and chasers; and