Orion 12-Gauge HP Red Aerial Flares

   

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Orion® HP Red Aerial Flares fly up to 500 feet and burn up to 16,000 candlepower with an average burn time up to seven seconds. USCG approved for day or nighttime. 4 pack.

  • Altitude: up to 500'  
  • Brightness: up to 16,000 candlepower
  • Burn time: up to 7 seconds


Manufacturer model #: 539.

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The expiration date should be right below the Lot number on the flare.
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will they fit

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the flares i have now are 2 inches will these fit my flare gun?
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Yes they should , I have had both in the past. They changed the shell design so you cant use the new type in a shotgun.
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Consult your local fish and game office.
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the old style shotshells would, HOWEVER it will badly scorch your barrel ! Dont do it !
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No, not designed for it. Also if a shotgun has even a small choke it may get caught in the barrell.
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