X15 Flamethrower

By: on October 06, 2016
$1,599 - $1,750
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People typically use flamethrowers to clear brush and weeds. And just like that, for the first time in my life I cannot think of anything I'd rather do today than go clear me some brush and weeds. In addition to disintegrating encroaching dead flora to ash, the backpack o' fire that is Quinn Whitehead and his company ThrowFlame.com's X15 Flamethrower will also serve as a sick movie prop and, more importantly, the contest-winning final touch to your Drogon costume this Halloween.

Check one out in slo-mo here.

X15s come in right- and left-handed models, and in your choice of 6 colors. The package includes the flame-spewing gun, tank, and backpack (45 pounds total) plus 3 interchangeable wand tips that adjust the range and efficiency of your detonations. The standard 1/4" tip is able to spew fire up to 50' using a fuel mixture of 90% diesel, 10% gasoline (you'll need to provide the propane tank to get the party started). With this mixture, output is 3 gallons in just under a minute. ThrowFlame.com also sells a Napalm Mix for the Flamethrower, which increases its flame range and flow time, and produces a tighter stream grouping.

For both performance and safety, ThrowFlame.com has built the X15 Flamethrower system with a 4000 psi rating, or roughly 4 times the standard operating pressure of less than 1000 psi. Each unit is individually hydro tested and field tested prior to shipment, and arrives fully assembled and ready to ejaculate its dragon's breath right out of the box. Get your X15 Flamethrower from the ThrowFlame.com online store here.

ThrowFlame.com would like you to know: "Flamethrowers are federally unregulated and not even considered a firearm (ironic) by the BATF. No need for any NFA tax stamps, weapons licensing or even an FFL dealer. It's the purchaser's responsibility to ascertain that ownership and or use does not violate any state or local laws or regulations. Must be 18+ to purchase." And if you live in California or Maryland, sorry dudes. No flamethrowing for you.