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quickburst

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BLOW OUT sale on E-Matches, Permit Required.

$1.00 each

Get your buddy with a permit to get these and sponsor their use at launches, this is what most people do.

No Hazmat required, ship USPS Surface Only.

Contact me directly for volume discounts (200 or more).
 

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Does this mean you're going to stop stocking them in the near future?
 

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OK What's the difference between an E-match and an igniter?
 

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Does this mean you're going to stop stocking them in the near future?
No, I will most likely always have them. I have a good supplier.

The truth is I have excess inventory, due to not making LDRS. I need to move them, cash flow you know.
 

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OK What's the difference between an E-match and an igniter?
Typically an igniter requires high current to fire and is used for ground starts. E-matches require very low current and are used with avionics to light ejection charges.

These rules do not always apply.


DOT and ATF call them all "Igniters", there is no distinction between the two.
 

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