flamethrower for domestic use

I Want One! Facing possible ban, Americans are buying new—and legal—$900 flamethrowers

In the wake of two companies now selling the first commercially available flamethrowers in the United States, at least one mayor has called for increased restrictions on their use. And to no one’s surprise, the prospect of prohibition has now driven more sales.

h/t Marvin

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Next the bastards will be trying to take away our God-given right to mount a rotary cannon to our vehicles, which we mostly still can do.
    The g’ddamned freedom hating Communists are everywhere!

    I don’t care that I don’t NEED a flamethrower and can’t use it for hunting!

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I want one that runs on bacon grease and work boots.

  • Denis

    If I had $900 I would buy one for weed control!

    • Ottawa Eyes

      Do you live around Dixon Road and Islington in Toronto?

      • Denis

        no, in the great prairies. I left ontariorio many years ago, thank God!

    • UCSPanther

      I’d use one for igniting brushfire piles.

  • eMan14

    Might be useful against zombies

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    When we were fun-loving children we’d take an aerosol can of RAID and hold a match under the spray…POOF! Instant mini-flammenwurfer…

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      When I was a janitor after flunking out of university they gave me Bon Ami aerosol to use to clean the sinks.
      Spray that stuff in the sink and drop a match in.

  • DMB

    All you need is an aerosol spray can with a flammable hazard sign, a lighter and you can have your very own flame thrower.

  • WalterBannon

    great for muslim control

  • Paulla

    Probably not suitable for home protection, unless you’re willing to burn down your house.