WARNING: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE AND EXCESSIVE HEAT. Never fire at targets at ranges closer than 6 ft. as doing so could lead to physical injury to shooter or other persons in close proximity to target. Only target lower body parts (from the thorax and below) of a criminal aggressor. Never target the head and neck as doing so could cause serious permanent injury or death. To avoid serious injury: (1) use only with standard cylinder bore or improved cylinder choke 12-gauge shotguns. (2) use only ammunition in good condition; (3) use only in modern firearms in good condition, proof tested in accordance with industry standards and marked for use of this gauge and length shot shell; (4) ensure barrel is free from obstructions; in case of unusually light recoil or an unusually loud or weak sound during firing check barrel before loading another round; (5) wear eye and ear protection; (6) if gun fails to fire, avoid exposure to breech when unloading and point muzzle in a safe direction; keep firearm pointed in a safe direction at all times; (7) delayed discharge may occur if primer is struck; handle with caution, DO NOT DROP; (8) do not use these shells in guns with Damascus, twist steel, modified, and full rifled or choked barrels; (9) do not shoot at hard surfaces or water to prevent ricochet; (10) store in a cool dry place away from chemicals that contain ammonia; keep away from fire or excessive heat; do not submerge in water; and (11) Never attempt to modify, disassemble, tamper, alter or reload Byrna Less -Lethal Kinetic Shotgun shells. (13) DO NOT REUSE, REASSEMBLE, AND RECHARGE THE BYRNA LESS-LETHAL KINETIC SHOTGUN ROUND.
WARNING: Using BYRNA™ 12-gauge Less-Lethal Kinetic Shotgun Rounds could result in serious injury or death if used other than as instructed. Do not use BYRNA™ less-lethal ammunition in barrels with a modified or full choke and/or rifled barrels. Use only with cylinder bore and or improved cylinder choke shotguns.
CAUTION: Discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms, or handling ammunition may result in exposure to lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Have adequate ventilation at all times. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and cold water after exposure.