Recommendation for the Smoking Gun

• Do not use Smoking Gun for any purpose other than its intended use; no other use of the device is intended or implied by PolyScience.

• Grill mitts or gloves should be worn when handling.

• Do not attempt to burn anything other than small wood chips, wood sawdust, dried herbs, cooking spices, or teas in the smoking chamber.

• Do not leave the Smoking Gun unattended.

• Do not generate smoke for periods of time longer than 30 seconds; longer durations may damage the unit.

• Use only in a well-ventilated area; the burning of wood chips/dust, dried herbs, cooking spices, and/or teas may result in the emission of combustion by-products which are known to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or reproductive harm.

• The metal barrel of the Smoking Gun becomes very hot when in use. Allow device to cool completely before touching barrel, cleaning, or storing. Always use the stand provided to hold the unit after use.

• Always use the Smoking Gun in an upright position. Heated smoking materials may fall out of the smoking chamber if tipped, resulting in a fire hazard.

• Always empty ash burnt material into a non-flammable receptacle.

• Exercise proper care when igniting the smoking materials; improper ignition of flammable materials may result in explosion of fire hazard.

• Always use a match or lighter to ignite the materials in the Smoking Gun, DO NOT USE a kitchen torch or other heat device as the excessive heat may damage the unit.

• The product is not intended for use by children. Close adult supervision is required when used by children or in the presence of children.

• Do not point the Smoking Gun at any person or flammable object.

• Avoid using the Smoking Gun in areas where smoke may activate smoke alarms or fire suppression systems.

• Never turn the Smoking Gun "on" without the metal barrel in place. Moving metallic fan blades within the plastic body may cause bodily harm or injury.

• Never operate the Smoking Gun without the stainless steel mesh filter in place; burning/glowing embers may enter the plastic body damaging the unit or be ejected through the nozzle, creating a fire or burn hazard.

• Removal or disassembly of any parts of the Smoking Gun other than the metal smoking chamber, stainless steel mesh filter, battery compartment cover, or batteries may result in irreparable damage and void the warranty.

California proposition 65 warning: Combustion of wood or charcoal products may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and/or reproductive harm. This warning is required and issued pursuant to California Health & Safety Code Section 25249.6.


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