We are throwflame
Born out of the desire for things that you just can’t buy anywhere else, Throwflame has grown to serve customers around the world.
Centered in the heartland of the American Midwest, Throwflame has embraced the idea of locally manufactured products with high-quality craftsmanship. From the very beginning, we’ve stuck to our Ohio roots and focused on delivering only the best work to our amazing customers.
We stand proud knowing that each and every one of our flamethrowers go through extensive testing. We at Throwflame.com are excited to bring you the most unique products that previously have only lived in your imagination. After all, we too love the smell of napalm in the morning.
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flamethrowers on the big screen
South Park (2020)
“The Pandemic Special” is the first hour-long episode and the first special episode of South Park in the show’s 23 year history. The special satirizes aspects of the COVID-19 response, police brutality, improper mask-wearing, sinophobia and other hot button 2020 topics. Watch the animated XL18 Flamethrower in “The Pandemic Special” episode 308.
Yellowstone follows the Dutton family, led by Kevin Costner, who controls the largest contiguous ranch in the United States, under constant attack by those it borders – land developers, an Indian reservation, and America’s first National Park. Checkout the X15 Flamethrowers used in Season 2 Episode 4
the darkest mINDS (2018)
20th Century Fox
This American dystopian science fiction thriller film directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson, used two X15 flamethrowers to heat up the stunts in the $34 million film.
“One of the most challenging pieces we faced was for our end sequence in the third act we have a, a lot of flame breathing characters. They spit flame 70 feet. And so we’re using real backpack flame throwers that have real diesel and gasoline fuel that goes out of them so it takes a lot of time to rehearse it.” -Jack Gill, Stunt Coordinator