Parts for the DIY Flammenwerfer Part One

Greetings Me Droogs and Droogettes !
My original Flammenwerfer Build.
These parts listed here are what you’ll need to get started on a build to finish up with a System thats very similar to this:

This is what these parts will build.  Since then I’ve modified the C02 gas system, which will be in Part 4, Upgrades.  The parts listed Here though will build THIS Flammenwerfer.  And in the interest of transparency, yeah, you order using those links below, I get a taste. So this one is part one of a 3 part series that I got a LOT of requests for.  

Build Parts For your Very Own Flammenwerfer:

DISCLAIMER: 
I AIN’T RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIT. 
I KNOW NUTHIN’ I HEAR NUTHIN’ AND I SEE NUTHIN’.  
THIS’S STRICTLY FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES 
AND IF YOU ARE CRAZY ENOUGH 
TO FOLLOW THE BOUNCING BALL, ITS -ALL- ON YOU.

20 lb CO2 Tank https://amzn.to/2muHXH0

1/8” Male NPT To 1/8” Male NPT X 4.5” Length https://amzn.to/2kQ656A

1/8” Male NPT To 1/8” Male NPT X 3” Length https://amzn.to/2ncG5mN

320 cga Female To 1/8″ Female NPT https://amzn.to/2lpsuYE                     
Paintball Universal Fill Adapter https://amzn.to/2mWhXVs
24oz CO2 Tank (I recommend having 2… quicker refill to ensure you empty out the main tank.)  https://amzn.to/2moGdzl
Male Quick Disconnect x 3/8” Male NPT https://amzn.to/2mPuxpg
Female Quick Disconnect x 3/8” Male NPT https://amzn.to/2mXkvTe
Female Quick Disconnect x 3/8” Female NPT https://amzn.to/2kNQODg
High Pressure Hose 3’ https://amzn.to/2kQddzS
Blue Hawk Pressure Washer Gun https://amzn.to/2mrzQLD
M22 Male x 1/4” Female NPT https://amzn.to/2mpaEp2
1/4” Male NPT x 1/8” Female NPT Reducer https://amzn.to/2kRvigX
Red Brass Seamless Pipe Fitting, Nipple, Schedule 80, 1/8″ NPT Male X 3″ Length https://amzn.to/2kSl6VD
Anderson Metals Brass Pipe Fitting, Coupling, 1/8″ x 1/8″ Female Pipe https://amzn.to/2lrNJsP
Erie Tools Pressure Washer Twist Connect M22 X 3/8″ Quick Disconnect Plug 4500PSI High Pressure Brass Fitting 300° F Max Temp https://amzn.to/2lpJq1j
Bernzomatic TS4000 Trigger Start Torch https://amzn.to/2lsdnh7
Quick Disconnect Hose Clamps  https://amzn.to/2lhikcP     (Not used in Mod 2 Model)                       
16.4 oz Propane Cylinder (I buy mine at Lowes or Home Depot)
ALICE Pack frame w/Shoulder straps and kidney pad https://amzn.to/2lgkFEU
ALICE Pack frame Cargo Support Shelf https://amzn.to/2lsjiCR
Cargo Straps, no hooks (for securing the tank to the frame) https://amzn.to/2mXZlV3

The next installment will include the list o’tools needed, and the third part is the steps I did to put it all together. For right now, 5 hours of typing and getting the links established is enough for today.  Let me know any thoughts!
Until Later, I remain, The Intrepid Reporter.
Big Country 

By BigCountryExpat

Fuck you if you can't take a joke. No one gets out alive so eat me.

6 comments

  1. That, BC, is a bee-YOOO-TI-ful baby! But, since Chesty Puller ain't here to ask… "Where the Hell do you put the bayonet?"

  2. Hey, I've got a question, can you use a 5 or 10lb tank? To make a smaller, lighter flame thrower, suitable for kids you know. Gotta get the family involved too. Its patriotic.

    1. Yep… just as long as it can handle being pressurized and doesn't leak. I built a guy a custom 5 pounder as he had a bad back and it worked fine… understand tho it cuts severely down on 'go-go- juice'

  3. Can you use a pressure regulator to adjust the flow of CO2 into the main tank? I was watching youtoob videos and the guy with a thrower like this one was getting some issues with power. As in, too much pressure, and it was aerosolizing his fuel. Looked cool, but didn't have good effects on the target. He was using an 80/20 gasoline diesel fuel mix. Could he have used a thicker, more viscous fuel?

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