Product Info & Specs
CTS Tactical Flash-Bang Diversion Device – Steel Body Model 7290
Flash Bangs are used by special tactical units during hostage rescue and high-risk warrants. It is an ATF-controlled Class-C explosive device that emits a bright light and thunderous noise to distract potentially dangerous individuals.
The CTS 7290 is the golden standard for diversionary flash-bang devices. The 7290 produces an 175db and 4-5 million candela of light output. The patented design of the 7290, incorporates a porting system that eliminates movement of the body at detonation even if the top or bottom of the device should be in contact with a hard surface. In addition, internal adjustments have greatly reduced smoke output. The 7290 is non-reloadable, eliminating the need to count the number of times a flash bang body is reloaded and eliminating the need of cleaning and maintaining a reloadable body. Best of all the cost of the nonreloadable CTS flash bangs is about the same as the cost of just the reloads of other manufacturers.
- Type Noise-Flash Diversion Device
- Body Material Steel – Black Chromate
- Single use, Diversion Device
- Output 175db @ 5 Feet
- Output 6-8 million candela 8.5millisec
- Energy Output 50% of energy from top, 50%of energy from bottom
- Overall Height 6.0” (144.5mm)
- Diameter 2.0” (50.8mm)
- Overall Weight 657.5 gm
- Explosive Weight 8 gm
- Blast Ports 10 on top – 10 on bottom
- Fuze Type Model 201
- Fuze Delay 1.5 +/- 0.3 sec. Average
- Reloadable Single Use Only
- Warranty 5 Years from Shipment Date
- Department / Agency / Government-direct sales only, no individual purchase
- Agency PO or official letterhead purchase authorization AND
- Department ORI (Originating Agency Identification) Number for ATF transfer AND
- Current training certifications are REQUIRED, NO EXCEPTIONS.
- Training certifications must clearly establish and state that the sworn officer employed by the purchasing agency has received instructor level training and been certified as such in the applicable less-lethal munitions within the last four years. Training must be from a licensed manufacturer, state accredited academy, or other professional sources deemed credible such as: