A slow match is a flammable cord, used for lighting matchlock rifles. It’s drawn wound into a roll or annulet of cord. The slow match is found as a charge in the arms of Leete, 1632 [Guillim2 334], and is accepted for Society use.
Eadmond du Battlemont bears: Per pale embattled gules and Or, to dexter a handgonne rest Or and to sinister a slow match, ends in chief enflamed proper.
Dougall Cameron bears: Or, a slow match azure and in chief five gunstones.