A flamethrower is a mechanical device designed to project a long controllable stream of fire.
Some flamethrowers project a stream of ignited flammable liquid; some project a long gas flame. Flamethrowers commonly use a gelled fuel with properties that include: stickiness, long burn-time and high flammability. Compressed gas, often nitrogen, CO2 or in improvised cases, air is used to propel the fuel out in a stream from the flamethrower nozzle.
The improvised flamethrowers in this category can be built out of common materials available "around the house". Included are flamethrower plans for compact models as well as full scale vehicle mounted flame throwers capable of taking on a small army.
Flame, Riot-Control Agents & Herbicides, is an exhaustive manuscript demonstrating tactics, techniques & after effects of utilizing flame arms, riot control agents (RCA), and herbicides during peacetime and combat. Meticulous details are provided on each and every bit of info that is related to this matter supported with plain diagrams and easy to understand language. All the 128 pages in this manuscript will definitely add some new information to your knowledge bank on Flame, Riot-Control Agents & Herbicides.
Flamethrower Plans, offers a succinct, yet comprehensive, instructions and plans for building a homemade flamethrower. Learn how to make a simple but effective flamethrower capable of discharging flame up to a distance of 30 feet. A straightforward guide with a detailed amount of information on this type of armament.
Flamethrower Rifle: Plans, is an exclusive document detailing the processes involved in assembling a flamethrower rifle. Here you will find thorough and precise instructions and detailed blueprints for the construction of this type of flamethrower. A must read for anyone interested in the amalgamation of pyrotechnics and armaments.
This manuscript illustrates the construction of a PFM1: Chemical/Flame Pest Eliminating Flamethrower Pistol, that is capable of incinerating insect nests, such as, wasps, ant hills, cocoons, maggots, gypsy moths. Furthermore, it can also be used to burn up rubbish piles, bushes and leaves. This device has a range of 5 to 20 inches depending on the stream width.
This comprehensive guide will provide you with all the necessary instructions, materials and safety procedures needed to make the ultimate flame thrower. You don't need much expereince at all, but adult supervision is advised.