by Rob, 5/02/16

Flamethrowers. We all love them! Honestly, what’s not to love? Launching a stream of fire into the air is anything but boring. The curiosity of Americans and their ability to own and use a flamethrower has been growing steadily over the recent years. Amazingly enough, flamethrower ownership and use is legal in 48 of the 50 US States. Maryland and California are currently the only States with laws against flamethrowers so if you live there, sorry, but you’re out of luck.

If you’re active in the flamethrower and firearms community, you may have seen the couple of companies out there that have started selling them online. It’s liberating to know that we live in a day and age where you can buy a fully functioning flamethrower, however the $1200 – $1800 price tag on these guys may put them out of reach for a lot of people. That is why I want to share with you my low-cost solution to your flamethrowing desire. My company sparked the growth of the consumer flamethrower market and will teach you how make your own flamethrower from the comfort of your garage for a fraction of the cost of buying one.

My name is Rob and I started Flamethrowerplans.com and published the very first how-to guide for building your own military quality flamethrower back in 2009 and I have been building flamethrowers since 2007. My very detailed ebook and video series will teach you everything you need to know to make your own flamethrower from buying your parts and tools, an over-the-shoulder step-by-step tutorial with both photos and videos, and safe demonstration and operation. My ebook has clickable links so you buy all the same parts and tools I use, mostly purchased through Amazon. It’s very easy if you have a little bit of mechanical know-how and you really can complete your flamethrower without even leaving the comfort of your home.

By following my ebook, you’ll build the same high quality flamethrower that you would expect from the others for sale out there with a range of 45+ feet and a total burn time of about 60 seconds.

So what’s the cost? You can buy all your flamethrower parts for only about $450 plus the cost of some of the tools that are needed if you don’t already have them. Head over to Flamethrowerplans.com to learn more and download my free parts and tools guide so you know what tools and parts you need and how much you’ll spend before investing in my ebook or video series. I’m even available by email if you have any questions along the way.

Check out my website at Flamethrowerplans.com to learn more about my company and flamethrower tutorial.

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog written by Rob from Flamethrowerplans.com. I’ve personally tried this product, and I can vouch for how much fun it is. Flamethrowing is a great adrenaline rush. Check out his website! Stay safe and have fun!

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flamethrower for sale at throwflame

flamethrowers for sale at throwflame

David

David

David is a Missouri native and a long-time writer, photographer, and gun enthusiast. He is a member of the National Rifle Association, the Second Amendment Foundation, and other gun rights organizations, and works to preserve Americans’ right to keep and bear arms.
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