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a weapon that squirts ignited fuel for several yards

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The pre-order button on the site was changed to "Flamethrower Sales Are Now Complete" and "20k Flamethrowers Sold.
The post Tesla's Musk sells $10 million in flamethrowers in four days appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
As of 10:00 this morning, 2,000 people have already ordered their flamethrowers.
The company recently opened up pre-orders for their Boring Company Flamethrower.
The TOS-1A is an upgraded version of the TOS-1 Buratino heavy flamethrower, a 220-mm 30-barrel or a 24-barrel multiple rocket launcher, mounted on a T-72 tank chassis.
Rachel Kushner's new novel, The Flamethrowers, is a high-wire performance worthy of Philippe Petit.
4) While this experiment proved that obsolete vehicles could be restored to utility using attachable flamethrowers, other vehicles were under consideration for use as flamethrower platforms.
Traditional flamethrowers are gone from the new kind of war being fought in Iraq, but fatality rates there are still vastly different from front to rear, mission to mission, and rank to rank, write Emily Buzzell, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania now serving with AmeriCorps, and Samuel H.
We found on the floor a rusted iron tube, which turned out to be a tank for inflammable substances used in flamethrowers carried by U.
That battle was won with grenades and flamethrowers,'' he said later over lunch.
And the chapter, "Jesus is not a sadist," is fully refuted by the hunchbacked dwarf's transformation of Gehenna from the Essene death chamber in which non-Essenes were exterminated, into the Christian Hell in which the Religious Right's detractors, including moderate Christians, are tortured by flamethrowers for all eternity (Mark 9:47-49).
ADVENTURES FROM THE TECHNOLOGY UNDERGROUND covers the art of making catapults, pulsejets, flamethrowers, Tesla coils and robots, and comes from a professional engineer who interviews his fellow pros in an effort to find out what drives them to create such devices.
Exhausted after their long flight, the insects were met by exterminators with a barrage of pesticide and flamethrowers.
A few of us decided to leave the mountaintop to reload our flamethrowers since we figured we'd need them the next day" he says.
Early in the development, the German Army recognized that to function effectively the ungainly flamethrowers required carefully trained operators and mechanics.