Pyroshock produced by the pyrotechnic devices can induce failures in nearby electronic devices. To handle and mitigate pyroshock inducing problems, appropriate measurement of pyroshock is essential. In this study, pyroshock measurement technique is established using laser Dopper vibrometers (LDVs) and shock accelerometers. Pyroshock produced by the explosive bolts and the pyrotechnic initiators under various environments is measured. The characteristics of pyroshock including the effects of supporting structures, propagation form on thin plate, sensor (contact and non-contact) types are discussed.