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I think I need one..... The mini has 2 barrels, I think the original has 4- and since it's actually for magic tricks, not a weapon, probably legal in all states......

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That's how people lose their deposit.
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Meh. Security deposits are lame anyway. :laugh:
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Not as concealed , or safe, but as kids we used to use butane refill containers, a triangle hinge, and a hose clap.

If the holes on the hinge dont align with the butane nozzle , drill one that does. Hose clamp the other half of the hinge to the butane bottle. Now when you push in the hinge half with the butane nozzle through it , butane spits out.

Press, light with a lighter and holding upright you get 4 foot tall fan of flames. Pointed downward at an angle and it can go out as far as 8 feet.

It spits and splatters though, which got people pissed at us during concerts. Lol.

Yes, we were real pyroidiots as kids. Even made out own napalm with liquid latex or even just ivory soap shavings.

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dandad wrote:
Yes, we were real pyroidiots as kids. Even made out own napalm with liquid latex or even just ivory soap shavings.
Or styrofoam dissolved in gasoline... Or so I've heard... :whistle:
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while interesting, I am trying to find a practical application for it.

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USMC9199 wrote:while interesting, I am trying to find a practical application for it.
Bumping up your CoolFactor is at the top of the list of benefits! :thumbup:
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It could certainly make setting off fireworks more interesting!

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