Hall Of Flame
Aaron took some creative liberties with his flamethrower build and it’s looking pretty bad ass!
Darick’s running out of snow to melt!
“Built with the help of your plans and a few tweaks of my own, think it came out great!!! Thanks a million!!!”
We whole heartedly agree with you.
Gabriel isn’t afraid to show his neighborhood what he’s built!
The “American Patriot Inferno Dispenser”. The ultimate American “snowflake” melter courtesy of Dan. Check out that sweet custom paintjob!
“I finished my flamethrower and WOW am I having fun. I could not have built this without your detailed plans.”
Oscar lights up his property with his own custom fuel recipe and his flamethrower. Pretty awesome way to light his annual Oktoberfest bonfire!
Here’s Oscar’s fuel recipe that’s he’s offered to share with us as well as a personal note from him.
- 36 parts gas 1 part Denatured alcohol
- 28 parts shredded ivory soap -OR- 20 parts powder soap (pure soap, no detergent).
Sometimes I put in 1 part dark German aluminum powder to kick it up. It has the consistency of pudding. I use the ivory because it has palmitic acid and tallow. But any pure soap will work. It takes awhile to mix. Paint mixer bar in a pneumatic drill works well. let it sit for 24 hours and mix one more time.
No party is complete without a flamethrower!
Looks like Robert would agree. Thanks Robert for the photos and keep on flamethower partying!
Bruce’s wife surprised him with an extra hot gift this Christmas!
“I built that sucka for my husband for Christmas with the help from my neighbor kid. Haha. It was a hit! Let’s just say I got the wife of the year award! Thanks so much!!!! Best download ever!!!”
-Randi (Bruce’s wife).
What do you think? Is Bruce the happiest husband ever and does his wife deserve “wife of the year”? Or maybe “wife of the decade”!?
Huge shout out to Johnny Dare from KQRC radio in Kansas City. He has been a long supporter of Flamethrower Plans.com and has featured us on his radio show on more than one occasion. To the right is a show pleaser at a concert and below is a shoot done during the Midwestern Classic at Lionsgate which was featured in Golf Digest.
A real DIY pyro right here. Flamethrowing right in his backyard!
Ricky – New York
Learn Everything You Need To Make Your Own Flamethrower
- Launch up to a 45 foot flame!
- 60 second continuous burn!
- Buy everything you need online with my tools and parts shopping list (included in ebook)!
- Mobile flamethrowing with backpack mounted flamethrower!
- Safe to use and LEGAL!
- Build yours for about $450, significantly less than nearly $1,200 for the XM42 and $1,600 for the X15 flamethrower for sale!