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All orders require prepayment before shipment.
Orders are pending until payment is received and approved by ATF.
All goods subject to seasonal availability and sold on a first come first serve basis.
Prices, terms, conditions, and specifications subject to change without notice.
We are not responsible for delays in supplying buyers with their orders due to any problems or reasons.
We reserve the right to substitute items of equal or greater value due to shortages.
Cashier's check, money order,and bank wires The buyer is responsible for all bank and/or credit charges or fees, including all collection fees.
All orders are priced F.O.B. Grand Rapids, MI.
Buyer agrees with sale to indemnify and hold seller harmless from any and all claims, actions, causes of action and any liability whatsoever, and from all costs, expenses and damages, including reasonable attorney fees, resulting from any personal injury, property damage or other damages caused by the storage, transportation or by any use of the goods ordered, namely fireworks
Buyers may need to furnish us with the appropriate and valid federal and/or local licenses or permits

Sale and use of some products offered in this web site are regulated by: The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division of the United State authorities (usually the State Fire Marshall) in all states. These products are intended only for use by licensed, experienced persons. It is imperative that all persons coming in contact with these products be made aware of the danger. For information concerning the use of these products, please contact your state Fire Marshall's office or this company. Seller assumes no responsibility for injury or damage caused by fireworks.

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It is the policy of Michigan Fireworks to promote the safe and responsible use of fireworks. All consumer fireworks sold in the US are approved by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. M-80, cherry bombs and 1/4 sticks are not fireworks as often described by the Media but are illegal explosives banned in 1966.

They are, in fact, a federal offense and responsible for the banning of all fireworks in some states. This in turn has caused another problem. When fireworks are banned people make their own. Many children have been injured, even killed, trying to make what they cannot buy legally. Consumer fireworks are quite safe when people establish a safe shooting area and follow the instructions on the packaging. Always be considerate of others and observe local laws.

Never let children use fireworks without adult supervision. The use of fireworks is an American tradition loved and enjoyed by millions young and old alike. Please celebrate safely.

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