1. DO NOT hold rockets in your hand or use bottles or other containers to light them. Always light them using a Safety Rocket Launcher away from flammable materials, people and animals. Be respectful of your neighbors and any noise ordinances your city/town may have.
  2. Never look into the top of the launcher tube or extend any part of your body over the tube. Never hold the launcher when lighting rockets.
  3. Be cautious of igniting any rockets during high wind conditions. Rockets should be lit with the prevailing wind blowing away from spectators. If there is a significant wind shift during the time you are lighting fireworks, you should rearrange the shooting site.


  1. Align the fuse slot to the left or right of your body.
  2. Use a rubber mallet or simply push the Safety Rocket Launcher 6-8” into the ground directing it toward an open sky.
  3. Insert the rocket into the launcher and put the fuse into the fuse slot.
  4. Light the rocket and move back in the opposite direction of the rocket’s flight.
  5. If the rocket fails to lift off, wait 15 minutes and then douse the inside of the launcher tube with water.

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