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To: Rodrigo Rocha who wrote (197)2/10/1998 7:19:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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I have made a lot of money in consolidation plays which I think this is going to do. They can do this with lines of credit and little stock dilution. Being patient and buying the dips is key!

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To: Rodrigo Rocha who wrote (197)2/13/1998 9:13:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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I picked some more up. this is a sleeper

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To: Scott Ozer who wrote (199)2/13/1998 10:00:00 PM
From: Sam2482
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Scott....I hope you are right. Lets hope that it don't sleep too long.....It has been resting for some time. I am encouraged by the latest comments on strong bookings. In my view it was all the negative talk from the past releases on bookings that killed the momentum in the past. We should be in a strong earnings quarter.

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To: Sam2482 who wrote (200)2/14/1998 9:27:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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Interesting all the firms who were asking questions on the conf call.

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To: Scott Ozer who wrote (201)2/25/1998 7:28:00 PM
From: Sam2482
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Scott...what is your opinion of the recent trading action. It appeared the BOOM was starting to gain some momentum. The volume was picking up and the price was moving up...then it returned to the same old low volume ...price decline mode. I haven't seen any news. Perhaps someone is shorting this stock...which would be risky considering the small float.

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To: Sam2482 who wrote (202)2/25/1998 7:43:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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Spoke with the company today. I doubt anyone would short this co. about 50% is owned by institutions and insiders. I think they are looking for ways to expand into other aircraft parts besides the 777, which will be good for BA business. They are working on coverage, and with 25% of the shares being owned by the institutions, it would be in their best interest. I have been buying more on this dip.

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To: Scott Ozer who wrote (203)3/17/1998 5:51:00 PM
From: Sam2482
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Scott,
Have you heard anything lately on BOOM. Volume is really dry.

Vicki

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To: Sam2482 who wrote (204)3/17/1998 11:53:00 PM
From: Scott Ozer
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deal for el segundo should close end of month, will have more later. Glad price is down and am adding to positions, I expect a duoble from here.

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To: Scott Ozer who wrote (205)3/19/1998 9:43:00 AM
From: Buckeye
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.....DMC Announces Closing of Spin Forge Purchase

.....LAFAYETTE, Colo., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynamic Materials Corporation, (Nasdaq: BOOM - news), 'DMC', has completed the acquisition of certain assets of Spin Forge, LLC. Spin Forge, located in El Segundo, California, is one of the country's leading manufacturers of tactical missile motor cases and titanium pressure vessels for commercial aerospace and defense industries.

.....The unaudited 1997 revenues for Spin Forge were approximately $6.5 million. The Spin Forge backlog at December 31, 1997 was approximately $14 million, of which an estimated $8 million is expected to ship in calendar year 1998. The Spin Forge assets were purchased with a combination of cash, DMC common stock and the assumption of certain liabilities for a total purchase price of approximately $3.86 million. The purchased assets do not include the real property, which will be
leased from Spin Forge, LLC with an option to purchase at a future time. Spin Forge will operate at its current location as a division of DMC.

.....''Bringing Spin Forge under the DMC umbrella will immediately benefit shareholders in a number of ways,'' said Paul Lange, DMC's president and CEO. ''Spin Forge has solid, long-term contracts that extend into the year 2000. These orders result in an attractive backlog of business in the aerospace and defense industries - markets DMC has been looking to penetrate further.'' Lange continued, ''Moreover, Spin Forge has unique computer numerically controlled, large-diameter
shear-forming capabilities that are under-utilized and under-marketed, which we will seek to support at once.''

.....Lange also pointed out that Joseph Allwein, the president of Spin Forge has become the newest member of DMC's management team. Mr. Allwein has 20 years of management and operating experience, most recently with various growth companies and turnaround situations.

.....Except for the historical information contained herein, this news release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, the timing and size of
orders by major customers, customer inventory levels, retention of key customers, general economic conditions as they affect the Company's key customers, as well as the other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's SEC reports, including the report on Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 1996.

.....Based in Lafayette, Colorado, Dynamic Materials Corporation is a leader in the metal working industry, and its products include explosion bonded clad metal plates and other metal fabrications
for the petrochemical, chemical processing, commercial aircraft, aerospace, defense and a variety of other industries.

.....For more information on Dynamic Materials Corporation visit the Company's web site at dynamicmaterials.com.

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To: Thomas J Engelsma who wrote ()3/19/1998 9:58:00 AM
From: Buckeye
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Aggressive Management - BOOM Beginning Up Cycle

.....DMC Announces Closing of Spin Forge Purchase

.....LAFAYETTE, Colo., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynamic Materials Corporation, (Nasdaq: BOOM - news), 'DMC', has completed the acquisition of certain assets of Spin Forge, LLC. Spin Forge, located in El Segundo, California, is one of the country's leading manufacturers of tactical missile motor cases and titanium pressure vessels for commercial aerospace and defense industries.

The unaudited 1997 revenues for Spin Forge were approximately $6.5 million. The Spin Forge backlog at December 31, 1997 was approximately $14 million, of which an estimated $8 million is expected to ship in calendar year 1998. The Spin Forge assets were purchased with a combination of cash, DMC common stock and the assumption of certain liabilities for a total purchase price of approximately $3.86 million. The purchased assets do not include the real property, which will be
leased from Spin Forge, LLC with an option to purchase at a future time. Spin Forge will operate at its current location as a division of DMC.

.....''Bringing Spin Forge under the DMC umbrella will immediately benefit shareholders in a number of ways,'' said Paul Lange, DMC's president and CEO. ''Spin Forge has solid, long-term contracts
that extend into the year 2000. These orders result in an attractive backlog of business in the aerospace and defense industries - markets DMC has been looking to penetrate further.'' Lange continued, ''Moreover, Spin Forge has unique computer numerically controlled, large-diameter hear-forming capabilities that are under-utilized and under-marketed, which we will seek to support at once.''

.....Lange also pointed out that Joseph Allwein, the president of Spin Forge has become the newest member of DMC's management team. Mr. Allwein has 20 years of management and operating experience, most recently with various growth companies and turnaround situations.

.....Except for the historical information contained herein, this news release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, the timing and size of
orders by major customers, customer inventory levels, retention of key customers, general economic conditions as they affect the Company's key customers, as well as the other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's SEC reports, including the report on Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 1996.

.....Based in Lafayette, Colorado, Dynamic Materials Corporation is a leader in the metal working industry, and its products include explosion bonded clad metal plates and other metal fabrications
for the petrochemical, chemical processing, commercial aircraft, aerospace, defense and a variety of other industries.

For more information on Dynamic Materials Corporation visit the Company's web site at dynamicmaterials.com.

.....IMHO we are looking for a double, this year.

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