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A flamethrower is a mechanical incendiary device designed to project a long, controllable stream of fire. They were first used by the Greeks in the 1st Century AD. In modern times, they were used during World War I, and more widely in World War II.
Some flamethrowers project a stream of ignited flammable liquid; some project a long gas flame. Most military flamethrowers use liquids, but commercial flamethrowers tend to use high-pressure propane and natural gas, which is considered safer. They are used by the military and by people needing controlled burning capacity, such as in agriculture (e.g., sugar cane plantations) or other such land management tasks. They can be designed to be either carried by the operator or mounted on a vehicle.
I have one of these in OD Green back in stock (for local pickup I will toss in your first butane canister so you are ready to go) or I am always willing to ship at actual cost to a forum member. Very light at 5.5 pounds and only two feet long, but the best part is the price! Just $499 saving...
So, supposedly Elon Musk has invented a flamethrower that will be available for $600. Real or not? Who knows, though the release is in April, so ...
Pic of the alleged gadget:
CNet has some details here.
Who knows, maybe after thirty years of waiting, we finally have Spaceballs the...
Hey guys! I've been reading this forum for a couple years, just haven't signed up before. We spent a lot of time, about $10,000 and a grand total of about 12 solid months of researching, building, testing, and redesigning to create the only full military power flamethrower that anyone is...