regarding E-matches

Well, how about a timer fuse that is activated along with the motor when it lights (use a quickmatch to make up the distance from the back of the rocket
to the ejection charge, then visco time fuse or those fuses used in a fireworks shell for the rest of the time) Or just use electronic timer that activates a spring loaded flint which in turn lights the powder? Or perhaps compressed air ejection...
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