The FTG-STAR Flame Thrower is an awesome brother to the FTG-NAR20 flamethrower with a more Military style appearance. Legal to own in 49 states and was just recently developed at the R&D department of Supervillan Supplies Headquarters.
Constructed from Military Grade Heat Resistant ABS, this bad boy utilizes a simple propane tank to blast flames up to a whopping 15 (yes FIFTEEN) feet!
Best part is that its a completely new designed flame thrower and is heavier because of the more expensive material and shoots further than ever before. The tank mount is on the top for a more even ratio while torching zombies.
CLUBTAC HQ was presented these, but we had to test them out first to ensure they were worthy of being considered a "flame thrower" and not just some glorified torch. Well needless to say we were extremely impressed.
In the event of a Zombie Apocalypse, this will DEFINTITELY come in handy.
Designed and assembled completely in the U.S.A., the FTG-STAR Flamethrower is manufactured from SV (Supervillan Supplies) out of Florida, and so far it's only banned in the State of Maryland. SV Supplies designed the FTG-STAR to be a more MODERN and TACTICAL version of a flamethrower. Featuring picatinny rails on the top and also each side of the flamethrower.
This allows you to add any additional attachments you choose, just like any type of AR. It also comes with aircraft grade aluminum tank holder that attaches to the side of the flamethrower.
Main Specs Include:
- Designed and assembled in USA
- Flamethrower Range: Up to 15 Feet (for California Residents it's modified for up to 10 feet)
- Customizable Attachments Included
- Propane Based (14.1 oz Not Included)
- Shell Material: Heat Resistant ABS
- Polymer Hose Material: Premium U.S.A Standard PVC Hosing
- Precision trigger
- Upgraded FTG clone that can shoot flames up to 2x as far as the original
- Premium quality components
- Professionally sealed pipes
- Operation & Safety Manual Included
Contrary to what we've seen in the movies, the flamethrower was designed to clear the enemy out of hard-to-reach areas such as bunkers, caves, & tunnels by burning up the oxygen in the area, the flamethrower quickly knocked the enemy out of the fight. It was designed primarily to incapacitate, not kill.
World War I marked the debut of the modern flamethrower when soldiers used them in trench warfare. The weapon also figured prominently in World War II. The U.S. Marines used them to deadly effect against Japanese bunkers in the jungles of the Pacific islands.
This is a MUST for outdoor and tactical enthusiast who love everything that is simply BAD ASS!
Also perfect for those who want to take out zombies...No one likes f**king zombies. 🧟♂️
❗️THIS ITEM HAS A FEATURED VIDEO! ❗️