Pyrotechnic Deterrents 1 Bangers MACE Canada Pencil Type

Pyrotechnic Deterrents 1 Bangers MACE Canada Pencil Type

Pyrotechnic Deterrents 1 Bangers MACE Canada Pencil Type Shell Crackers Pistol Type

BEARWISE Bangers, scare cartridges and shell crackers all contain a fuse. These fused projectiles travel 50-200 feet before exploding. 12 Gauge Type 2 Screamers MACE Canada Pencil

Type Screamer Pistol Type BEARWISE Screamers, whistlers & whistle crackers make a continuous high-pitched noise. These projectiles may emit a bright light or explode with a loud bang at the end of their flight, approximately 250 to 300 feet away. 12 Gauge Whistle

Crackers Not Recommende d 3 BEARWISE Muzzle Cup Adapter 12-gauge pump action shotgun Launchers BEARWISE

4 Pencil Pyrotechnics BEARWISE Pencil launchers are: lightweight and easy to carry. simple to load and operate. Limitations Single shot models are slow to reload.

Replacement cartridges are expensive. 5 Rim Fire BEARWISE Center Fire 6 45 0

BEARWISE 7 Proper aiming of pencil type deterrent cartridges. Direction you want bear to move Approx. Range of Banger = 125 feet ( 42 yards) Approx. Range of Screamer = 150 feet (50 yards) Dont Shoot Recommended

Firing Lane NEVER AIM DIRECTLY AT A BEAR 8 Pencil Type Bangers Rim Fire Center Fire Remember Banger cartridges are not

9 Effective Range of Pencil Style Banger Cartridge Noise level at bears position is the same as at the shooters position. Effective range of pencil type banger 260 feet (86 yards ) plus Approx. Range of Banger = 130 feet (41 yards) Sound travels out equally

in all directions BEARWISE 10 Considerations

No banger or any other pyrotechnical device should ever be shot directly at a bear. Always alert the bear of your location prior to firing a banger. Never shoot from inside a vehicle, whether stationary or moving. Bangers can be fire hazard. Bears can become 11

Screamers MACE Canada Pencil Type Screamer Pistol Type BEARWISE Screamers, whistlers & whistle crackers make a continuous high-pitched noise. These projectiles may emit a

bright light or explode with a loud bang at the end of their flight, approximately 83 to 100 yards away. 12 Gauge Whistle Crackers Not Recommende d 12 Screamer Considerations Always alert the bear of your

location prior to firing. Always aim off to the side of the bear no matter the deterrents range. Never shoot from inside a vehicle. Screamers can be a fire hazard if used improperly. Bears can become habituated to

13 Pistol Type Launchers BEARWISE 14 15mm Deterrents BEARWISE Primer s

15 BEARWISE BEARWISE Pistol type launchers are effective, practical, inexpensive and easy-to-use. A pistol launcher can be pre-loaded with primers and safely carried.

Advanced planning is required to get the primers and deterrent cartridges into 16 remote sites. BEARWISE Revolver Type Launcher BEARWISE 6 mm Revolver Launcher 17 Spark

ler Bange r Scream er .22 caliber blanks BEARWISE 18 Clip Type Launcher

Spark ler Bang er Scream er 22 caliber blanks . BEARWISE 10 shot clip magazine 19

Eject Safe Fire 20 Launcher Comparison Launcher Type Revolver Clip Cleaning Swing out chambered

cylinder makes cleaning easy; all critical components are visible. The more complicated firing mechanism makes cleaning difficult and some disassembly is required. Capacity Reloading Five to seven shots.

Six to ten shots. Slow to reload using loose primers. Faster to reload using spare preloaded clips. Determini ng if loaded. Swing out cylinder makes it easy to check if loaded,

An unloaded clip launcher looks identical to a loaded one. Determination requires that the clip be fully ejected. 21 Pistol Type Pyrotechnics Screamer Bange r BEARWISE

Insert this end into pistol. 22 Effective Range of Pistol Style Banger Cartridge Bear 84 yards from shooter. Noise level at any point along green circle is the same as at the shooters position. (42 yards)

Approx. Range of Banger = 125 feet Sound travels equally in all directions BEARWISE 23 Proper aiming of pistol type deterrent cartridges. Direction you want the bear to move. Recommended Firing Lane

Approx. Range of Banger = 125 feet (41yards) Approx. Range of Screamer = 300 feet (100 yards) Dont Shoot NEVER AIM DIRECTLY AT A BEAR 24 Black or powder end into muzzle cup BEARWISE

Point 45 degrees up. 25 Banger Considerations No banger or any other

pyrotechnical device should ever be shot directly at a bear. Always alert the bear of your location prior to firing a banger. Bangers can be a fire hazard. Never shoot from inside a vehicle, whether stationary or moving. Bears can become habituated to loud noises. 26 Screamers BEARWISE

Makes a continuous loud screeching noise from the launcher muzzle out to approximately 83 to 100 yards. The looping flight path makes it difficult to predict where the projectile will end up. Wind can change the range or direction of the

27 Hollow end into muzzle cup BEARWISE 28 Screamer Considerations

Always alert the bear of your location prior to firing a screamer. When firing screamers the shooter needs to compensate for the lessthan predictable flight path. Screamers can be a fire hazard Never shoot from inside a vehicle, whether stationary or moving. 29 12 Gauge Shotgun Launcher 12-gauge pump action shotgun 12-gauge break action double barrel shotgun

The 12-gauge shotgun is the most versatile deterrent launcher. 30 12-gauge pump action shotgun Shotguns used for bear deterrence must have the following features: 3 chamber (s) smooth bore barrel(s)

open or cylinder choke (no narrowing of the barrel at the muzzle 31 Limitations 12-gauge pump action shotgun In order to use a shotgun successfully bear responders must complete firearm safety

training and have a valid firearms licence. The presence of a firearm can give people a false sense of 32 Break-action Shotgun Action Release Safety

The break-action is the safest of all action types. The shooter can easily and safely check for barrel obstructions. The break-action shotgun is one of the easiest firearms to clean. 33 Armed Back-up When the 12-gauge break-action is used to fire deterrent rounds the shooter should be backed-up by a

person with a firearm loaded with lethal rounds. 34 Pump-action Shotgun Fore-end Stock or Slide Tubular Magazine

The pump-action is the fastest manually operated action and the easiest to operate from the shoulder. The alignment of the action and the barrel makes it difficult to check for potential obstructions in the barrel. 35 Chamber BEARWISE Ejection Port Loading Port

Magazine ONLY Place deterrent rounds directly into the chamber of the shotgun, not into the magazine. Fully load the magazine with lead slugs so that the shotgun is ready if the bear attacks . BEARWISE

36 Follow-up Deterrent Rounds Only used when pump-action shotgun is being used for firing deterrent and lethal rounds. 37 Shell Latch Never empty the

magazine by cycling the action. 38 12 Gauge Shell CrackersCapabiliti esrange deterrent Long Fused projectile travels approx. 66 to 86 yards (200 to 260 feet) Produces noise level of before exploding.

approximately 160 decibels. Effective range of noise greater than projectiles range. 39 12 Gauge Shell Crackers Limitati ons One year shelf life. Subject to dangerous

goods shipping regulations. Potential fire hazard. 40 Shell Cracker Considerations Shotgun be pointed up at an angle of forty-five degrees. Best achieved by firing from the hip position. 41

Approx. Range of Shell Cracker = 86 yards (260 feet) Recommen ded Firing Lane Don t Shoo t Recommen ded Firing Lane

NEVER AIM DIRECTLY AT A BEAR 42 Shell Cracker Considerations Always alert the bear to your location prior to firing. Can be a fire hazard.

Bears can become habituated to loud noises . 43 Special Considerations BATF compliance. KNOW your AMMO 44 Special Consideration Cover Flap

Open Position Cover Flap Release BEARWISE BEARWISE 45 Special Consideration Chest Rig

46 Questions on Pyrotechnics? 47 The End Polar Bear Deterrents Pyrotechnic Deterrents 48

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