Believe it or not, flamethrowers are not regulated in the USA.
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In the USA Flamethrowers are federally unregulated and not even considered a firearm (ironic) by the BATF. No need for any NFA tax stamps, weapons licensing or even an FFL dealer. It’s the purchaser’s responsibility to ascertain that ownership and or use does not violate any state or local laws or regulations. Check out our FAQ page for information on international deliveries.”
July 5, 2020 | by Peter Suciu |
“Scary Fact: Flamethrowers are Totally Unregulated in America”
Images of the “Napalm Girl”—the 1972 Pulitzer Prize-winning photo of a naked nine-year-old girl fleeing her village following a napalm attack—helped turn public opinion against the use of such weapons.
Key Point: It’s unclear whether international law bans flamethrowers—and Federal law doesn’t touch them—but our military no longer uses them.
The idea of using fire as a weapon likely occurred as soon as the first human settlement was attacked by a rival tribe. The problem is that fire doesn’t know friend from foe and for eons couldn’t really be controlled. The earliest known example of a “controlled burn” directed at an enemy was the Bzyantine’s “Greek Fire.”
Exactly what ingredients went into the mixture and how it was projected at an enemy remains a mystery, but it was certainly a heated, pressurized liquid that was delivered by a tube called a siphōn but it could also be used with hand-held projectors as well as in early grenades. It was mostly used to light enemy ships on fire from a reasonably safe distance. According to various sources Greek Fire was invented in the 7th century and helped the Byzantines fend off early Muslim assaults.
Why it fell out of use is unknown, but by the 13th century Greek Fire disappeared from the battlefield.
It wasn’t until the First World War that fire was once again harnessed in a controlled manner. German scientist Richard Fiedler had developed the concept of the “Flammenwerfer” in the years just prior to the conflict, and his design was small enough that it could be carried by one man and shot a stream of flaming oil about 20 yards.”
HOW CAN WE STOP HAZARDOUS EMISSIONS?!
Rhode Island is the first State in the USA to introduce legislation to tackle this most urgent problem.
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“(a) To preserve the safe, peaceful uses of Rhode Island’s atmosphere for people, the environment, and agriculture, by regulating geoengineering, weather modification and other large- scale activities and prohibiting activities that are harmful.
(b) “Geoengineering” is defined as the intentional manipulation of the environment, involving nuclear, biological, chemical, electromagnetic and other physical-agent activities that effect changes to the earth’s atmosphere or surface.”
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