READ CAREFULLY BEFORE
USING BLOWGUN or DARTS
FIRST: Blowguns can provide hours of fun and entertainment
with proper supervision and safe usage. Always follow safety rules as
if the blowgun were a firearm. This product should be used only for
target shooting or survival hunting.
SECOND: Always draw your breath away from the blowgun,
then turn to the mouthpiece and blow the dart. Take this precaution
even though the mouthpiece has a safety ring to prevent the dart from
being inhaled. It is not necessary to blow extremely hard to shoot the
darts. A short, sharp, burst of air generally works best.
THIRD: Never point the blowgun at anything you do not wish
to kill or injure. Even though blowguns are fun, muzzle velocity can
reach 300 feet per second.
FOURTH: Always check to make sure the barrel is clear.
Never look up into the barrel as anything inside of it could fall back
into your eye. Also, keep muzzle elevated so that darts can not slide
Warning! Never shoot at anything that could be damaged by the
darts, such as homes, windows, cars, signs, buildings, or any other
property. Always check to make sure no one is endangered by the path of
the dart. Blowguns should only be used by adults or with adult
supervision. Also, check with local and state offices before using your
blowgun in any area to make sure you are not violating any laws by it's
use or possession. Do not shoot dart directly overhead. They can fall
back hitting you or someone else. Blowguns should never be shot from a
moving vehicle as little control can be maintained over the flight path
of the dart.
WARNING: Blowguns can be dangerous. Use at your own
risk. Neither manufacture, distributor or seller will be held liable
for any injury, loss of life to person or animal, or damage to property
which may arise from use of this product.
Should be used by adults or under adult supervision. It is the
responsibility of the user to check laws regarding possession or use of
Blowguns and Blowgun Darts are prohibited in the state of California,
and Mass and in the city of NYC.
are prohibited in Chicago and Mortan Grove Il.;
Philadelphia, PA; Buffalo, Bronx, Brooklyn, Long Island City, Manhatten,
Queens, New York City and Stanten Island, NY. New Jersy residents need
Permit. Michigan residents need permit for pellet pistols,pellet rifles
under 30" in length and any .22 caliber pellet guns.
Slingshots, slingshot ammo and slingshot supplies cannot be shipped
to the following states, or cities:
Delaware: Dover & Wilmington
Florida: St. Augustine
New York: Only wrist-braced slingshots are illegal.
South Carolina: Charleston
Utah: Salt Lake County
Virginia: Falls Church