please practice fireworks courtesy


Respect your neighbors by practicing fireworks courtesy when using your Phantom products.


  • Do not shoot late at night.  Most professional fireworks shows end by 11:00 p.m.  We ask that you do the same and not shoot the fireworks after 11:00 p.m.
  • Weekend nights are generally more preferable to shoot than weekdays when many of your neighbors have to work the following day
  • Follow the laws of the jurisdiction where you are shooting your fireworks.
  • Let your neighbors know when you plan to shoot fireworks
  • The noise and lights of fireworks can often have a frightening effect on some children and animals, so your neighbors should have some warning so they can prepare.
  • Veterans and those with PTSD may have adverse reactions to the noise and lights of fireworks.
  • Clean up any mess and debris your fireworks produce, particularly residue that lands on someone else’s property.
  • Water down spent fireworks before disposing in a metal trash container stored outdoors.
  • Never shoot your fireworks on someone else’s property without their express permission.
  • Be safe, respectful, and enjoy! 


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