Kabuki Confetti & Streamer Launcher Safety Information
The Kabuki Handheld Confetti & Streamer Launcher is a high-pressure projectile system. If used properly, it will provide years of reliable service. Failure to follow these instructions and basic safety rules may result in serious injuries.
- Make sure the launcher barrel is empty before loading
- Any foreign object in the launcher is potentially dangerous.
- Do not point directly at anyone’s face or body.
- Keep out of the hands of children.
- Once the CO2 cylinder is in place, do not leave launcher unattended.
- Never look down the barrel of a loaded launcher.
- Load confetti or streamers into the barrel. For more distance place a foam-lifting plug in first, before confetti or streamers. Cap the open end of the barrel with a construction paper cap with edges folded down the sides of the barrel. Tape the cap edges around the sides of the barrel leaving only paper across the open end of the barrel.
- Make sure the metallic arm (attached to the pull string) is folded into the valve.
- Screw a 16-gram CO2 cartridge into the launcher. The cartridge should screw in smoothly. If you meet resistance, the cartridge is sitting slightly crooked and is mis-threaded. Unscrew the cartridge, reposition it exactly straight, and screw the cartridge in finger-tight.
- The launcher is ready to fire.
- Hold the barrel firmly in one hand and aim the launcher up and away from yourself and others.
- Take hold of the red knob attached to the pull-string and trigger. Pull the trigger open quickly to release the CO2 into the barrel. Be careful when pulling the trigger to not re-aim the launcher.
- After firing the launcher, fold the metal arm into the trigger release valve.
- Once the trigger arm is closed, unscrew the CO2 bottle. Unscrewing the bottle when the trigger is extended will damage the launcher.