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Flamethrowers

Flamethrowers represent one of the most feared infantry weapons ever devised by mankind for war.

Flamethrowers

Flamethrowers represent one of the most feared infantry weapons ever devised by mankind for war.

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There are a total of 10 Flamethrowers in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.






#1
1943
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Flamethrower, Portable, No 2 (Lifebuoy)
Flamethrower, Portable, No 2 (Lifebuoy)
Man-Portable Infantry Flamethrower
#2
1935
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Flammenwerfer 35 (FmW 35)
Flammenwerfer 35 (FmW 35)
Man-Portable Flame Thrower
#3
1941
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Flammenwerfer 41 (FmW 41)
Flammenwerfer 41 (FmW 41)
Man-Portable Flame Thrower
#4
1988
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the KBP RPO-A (Shmel)
KBP RPO-A (Shmel)
Shoulder-Fired Rocket-Propelled Flamethrower Weapon System
#5
1935
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Lanciafiamme Spalleggiato Modello 1935
Lanciafiamme Spalleggiato Modello 1935
Man-Portable Flamethrower
ADVERTISEMENTS
#6
1941
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the M1 / M1A1 Flamethrower
M1 / M1A1 Flamethrower
Portable Infantry Flamethrower
#7
1978
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the M202 FLASH (FLame Assault SHoulder Weapon)
M202 FLASH (FLame Assault SHoulder Weapon)
Four-Shot, Shoulder-Fired Incendiary Rocket Launcher
#8
1943
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the M2-2 / M9A1-7
M2-2 / M9A1-7
Man-Portable Backpack Infantry Flamethrower
#9
1935
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the ROKS (Ranzewuj Ognemjot)
ROKS (Ranzewuj Ognemjot)
Man-Portable Flamethrower
#10
1933
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Type 93 / Type 100
Type 93 / Type 100
Man-Portable Flamethrower