Storage and Delivery

Storage and Delivery


Any items purchased through Great Lakes Fireworks can be stored at our warehouses for no additional charge until you're ready to pick your order up.


We must have an ink-signed copy of your BATF license or permit, and your signed list of authorized persons to pick up orders on file prior to packaging order.


Delivery available upon request. Delivery fees vary depending on size of order, mileage, and cost of fuel.

All merchandise sold upon the condition that Great Lakes Fireworks LLC, the seller and its employees, shall be held harmless for any civil or criminal action for any arrest, accident, or injury occasioned during the transportation, handling, storage, sale, or use of this merchandise.

Storage Requirements

The Federal explosives regulations at 27 CFR, Part 555, Subpart K, provide specific construction requirements for explosives magazines. All explosive materials must be kept in locked magazines meeting the standards in Subpart K unless they are:

  • In the process of manufacture;
  • Being physically handled in the operating process of a licensee or user;
  • Being used; or
  • Being transported to a place of storage or use by licensee or permittee or by a person who has lawfully acquired explosive materials under Sec. 555. 106.

When none of the above conditions apply, explosive materials must be kept in magazines that meet the construction, locking, and table of distance requirements of Subpart K.

  • Explosive materials must be stored in appropriate magazines.
  • Magazines must meet all construction and housekeeping requirements of 27 CFR 555, Subpart K.
  • Magazines must meet Table of Distance requirements.
  • Magazines must be inspected every 7 days.
  • Permanent outdoor magazines must have a substantial foundation or be metal skirted to prevent access underneath the magazine.
  • Explosive materials may not be left unattended in Type-3 magazines, including "day boxes," and must be removed to type 1 or 2 magazines for unattended storage.
Storage regulations DO NOT apply to binary explosives until mixed.