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Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore?

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fred werring

02-28-2016 19:06:22




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Like the title says.

The ones I've bought lately don't have that nice defined pointed flame, they're like a blob.

Howcome?

Anybody make one with a pointed flame anymore?

Fred




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auggy53

02-29-2016 21:01:51




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to fred werring, 02-28-2016 19:06:22  
mine says right on the bottle

DO RUN WITH POINTED IN FRONT YOU, HOLD IT TO THE SIDE SO SOMEONE GET BURT.



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buickanddeere

02-29-2016 11:07:25




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to fred werring, 02-28-2016 19:06:22  
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We have one of those 200,000btu tiger torches. Great for doing a Red Green or Tool Time Tim Taylor lighting of the fire pit.



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markct

02-29-2016 06:23:16




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to fred werring, 02-28-2016 19:06:22  
I believe now most are the turbotorch design, which burns hotter and better.



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hotflashjr

02-29-2016 03:52:41




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to fred werring, 02-28-2016 19:06:22  
I just bought a new torch a few weeks ago. I hadn't used it much yet until I went to replace some bathroom valves this weekend. I bought the higher end torch to be used with map gas thinking I wouldn't get a blob flame. Still a blob just all blue instead of having some yellow like propane. I ended up going and getting once of those flame mats since I had a very tight space and a large uncontrollable flame.

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Steve@Advance

02-28-2016 19:45:10




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to fred werring, 02-28-2016 19:06:22  
http://www.micromark.com/pinpoint-propane-torch-set,8312.html

Here's one.



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Steve@Advance

02-28-2016 19:47:55




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to Steve@Advance, 02-28-2016 19:45:10  
OOPS... Just saw it was discontinued!

Ebay has some other options.



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buickanddeere

02-28-2016 19:08:53




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to fred werring, 02-28-2016 19:06:22  
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The government decided that they don't trust civilians anymore with anything pointed or sharp.



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old-9

02-29-2016 06:42:17




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to buickanddeere, 02-28-2016 19:08:53  
Maybe not sharp ,but for $1600 or so you can own a flamethrower! Made in Ohio and shipped to you. Great on weeds, burning ditch banks,and starting brush piles on fire. And no I don't plan on buying one.



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JMS/.MN

02-29-2016 07:38:43




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to old-9, 02-29-2016 06:42:17  
For less than $100 you can buy a plumber"s torch, that hooks to an LP tank- great fire starter!



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CenTex Farmall

02-28-2016 20:33:41




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 Re: Why don't propane torches have a pointed flame anymore? in reply to buickanddeere, 02-28-2016 19:08:53  
It's part of the U.N. Agenda 21.........Only high ranking officials in the New World Order will be allowed to possess pointy and sharp objects.



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