Flamethrowers

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  • M2 flamethrower
    The M2 flamethrower was an American man-portable backpack flamethrower that was used in World War II.
  • Flammenwerfer 35
    The Flammenwerfer 35, or FmW 35 (flame thrower) was a one-man German flamethrower used during World War II to clear out trenches and buildings.
  • Flamethrower
    A flamethrower is a mechanical incendiary device designed to project a long, controllable stream of fire.
  • ROKS flamethrowers
    The ROKS-2 and ROKS-3 were man-portable flamethrowers used by the USSR in the Second World War.
  • Flamethrower, Portable, No 2
    The Flamethrower, Portable, No 2 (nicknamed Lifebuoy from the shape of its fuel tank), also known as the Ack Pack, was a British design of flamethrower for infantry use in the Second World War.
  • Ronson flamethrower
    The Ronson system was a flamethrower for vehicle mounting developed in World War II and used by the Canadian Army and the United States Marine Corps.
  • Type 93/Type 100 flamethrower
    The Type 93 and Type 100 Flamethrowers (九三式小火焔発射機/一〇〇式火焔発射機 Kyūsan-shiki syō-kaen-hasshaki / Hyaku-shiki kaen-hasshaki) were flamethrowers used by the Imperial Japanese Army and Imperial Japanese Navy's SNLF during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II.
  • Lanciafiamme Modello 35
    The Lanciafiamme Spalleggiato Mod.
  • Handflammpatrone
    The Handflammpatrone DM34 ("hand-held flame-cartridge") was a single-shot, disposable incendiary weapon issued to the German Armed Forces from 1965 to 2001.
  • K pattern flamethrower
    The K pattern (Polish: wzór K) was a man-portable backpack flamethrower, produced in occupied Poland during World War II for the underground Home Army.
  • Grossflammenwerfer
    In addition to man-portable units, the Germans designed heavy flamethrowers before and during the First World War.
  • Wechselapparat
    The Germans introduced a small flamethrower in 1917 to replace the earlier Kleif.
  • Kleinflammenwerfer
    The first German man-portable flamethrower was called the Kleinflammenwerfer (small flamethrower) or "Kleif".
  • Livens Large Gallery Flame Projector
    Livens Large Gallery Flame Projectors were large experimental flamethrowers used by the British Army in World War I, named after their inventor, Royal Engineers officer William Howard Livens.
  • DGFM flamethrower
    The DGFM flamethrower was a flamethrower of Argentine origin manufactured by Dirección General de Fabricaciones Militares.
  • M1A1 Flamethrower
    The M1 and M1A1 were portable flamethrowers developed by the United States of America during World War II.
  • Flammenwerfer M.16.
    The Flammenwerfer M.
  • Blaster (flamethrower)
    The Blaster (also called the "BMW Flamethrower") was a 1998 invention by South African inventor Charl Fourie designed to provide a defence against carjackings.