While the Pocket Shot can be used recreationally, it is NOT a toy. Check your local laws for age restrictions. Anyone under the age of 16 should have adultsupervision during operation. ALWAYS wear eye protection. NEVER AIM OR SHOOT THE POCKET SHOT AT A PERSON. Doing so may result in serious injury. Know what your target is and what is behind it. Always shoot the Pocket Shot in an area that is well lit. Make sure you have an adequate backstop for yourtarget. Keep bystanders, children and viewers behind shooter at all times while shooting the Pocket Shot. These products are made of synthetic materialsand are subject to imperfections and possible failure at any time. Inspect the pouch, its assemblies and the ring/frame before each shot for any signs ofwear, breakage or cracks. DO NOT SHOOT IF POUCH OR FRAME IS WORN OR DAMAGED IN ANY WAY! Replace damaged or torn pouch immediately and retire a damagedframe. DO NOT shoot darts, rocks, glass, or any other type of sharp object. The Pocket Shot is most accurate and desirable to fire at approximately 8-10 inches stretched (depending on elastic pouchtype). DO NOT alter or modify the Pocket Shot in anyway.
Pocket Shot Care Guidelines
Store your pouches in a cool dry place. Pouches will dry out if stored in a hot dry environment. This will create cracked and brittle latex subject to tearing. Pouches will be less tacky if a small amount of baby powder is used inside the pouch before firing. Avoid getting pouch wet (If this occurs dry as soon as possible with a cloth). Do not over stretch latex pouch. Do not freeze pouch.