Tons of cool stuff from rail guns to valveless pulse jets. A must see for the budding revolutionary is the excellent tutorial on the manufacture of nitrocellulose, the main component of many smokeless powders. Down below that tutorial is another for the making of cellulose hexanitrate, or a high grade gun cotton.
Not up to making it? Its expensive, but you can get it here. You just need to let nature perform her magic.
Science, with a capital "S"! Get your "free" general catalog here. Check out their chemicals here.
For those revolutionaries on a budget! In all seriousness, if you're planning something DON'T buy stuff over the web or through the mail. PAY CASH! Check out your local yellow pages for chemical supply houses in your area. DON'T go in there looking like a meth addict!
Print up some phony business cards and dress appropriately. You'd be surprised at how far a business card will get you.
Fireworks. Wholesale and all the stuff to make your own, including plans and kits.
Henriettes Herbal Homepage
In addition to the culinary herbal and medicinal herbal FAQs, she has over 10,000 photos of herbs to help you identify them in the field.
She playfully welcomes you to the "Bark Side", and she isn't kidding! Check out King's American Dispensatory where you can learn to make all kinds of old time medical formulas, including Absinthin and Atropine.
Drs. Foster and Smith
Pet supplies? You betcha. Look here: Non prescription antibiotics Penicillin, Ampicillin, Tetracycline, Amoxicillin, and Cephalexin.
I've heard that in some areas, feed stores have been restricted from selling antibiotics over the counter. I don't know how accurate that is, but here's one possible solution.