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||Posted - May 09 2012 : 22:59:00
mdzaltzman at optonline dot net
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||Posted - May 11 2012 : 21:17:47
||Posted - May 11 2012 : 14:08:39
I have a gun kit, but I need to order more flares. I am sure mine are expired.
||Posted - May 11 2012 : 14:06:47
You can buy new flares and put them in the canister. The canister has more than just flares, off the top of my head it includes visual signaling devices and back up audio device, (a whistle)
The canister keeps all your safety stuff in one place.
||Posted - May 11 2012 : 09:20:26
I have 2 or 3 of these red cannisters with expired flares.
I cannot give them away. If anyone wants them PM me.
||Posted - May 11 2012 : 08:06:05
If bought in '05, they are "expired" for inspection purposes although they are usable if needed.
||Posted - May 11 2012 : 08:01:58
Actually they are not "required to be updated every three years". You can keep and use them for as long as you want. However, you cannot use them to meet the requirement to have fresh signaling devices on the boat.
||Posted - May 11 2012 : 06:45:42
Flairs will work for more then three years but they are required to be updated every three years.
||Posted - May 11 2012 : 05:52:34
I'm thinking that they are only good for 3 years..
||Posted - May 10 2012 : 22:34:13
Good Question. I don't have them home to check, but I do have the receipt dated 5/19/05. I opened the can once when I bought it and again for the picture. If you can wait till Sunday, I'll check the expiration and get back to you.
||Posted - May 10 2012 : 06:38:16
Expiration date of flares?