flame gun


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flame gun

n
(Horticulture) a type of flame-thrower for destroying garden weeds
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Tenzin then introduced the fire team to give a demonstration of firing one of their sheets with a flame gun to showcase the fire resistant capability of the sheets.
Try unfreezing with a hair dryer, or hot water bottle (but never a flame gun!) Then insulate the pipe with lagging.
Next door, other young minds watched metals change colours under a flame gun, before heading off to build models of an oil rig.
He finished third on Fair Gale in the 1958 Irish Grand National before moving to Britain where he worked for trainer Charles Mallon, for whom he won the Yateley Chase at Newbury on the prolific Flame Gun. McCormack later broke his neck in a fall at Hurst Park before resuming his career with Alec Kilpatrick.
The second rifle is the original Flame gun built by Robbie Barrkman's shop.
These are then killed off with a contact weed killer or small flame gun.
The T-35 was a joint Chemical Warfare Service/Ordnance Board project involving the modification of an M26 tank so that a coaxial flame gun and a 90-millimeter cannon were housed in the same turret.
Careful use of a flame gun burns small weeds out of existence.
Tackle weeds that are growing through paths and paving, using a flame gun or a systemic weed killer such as Tumbleweed.
I can also almost see a case for taking a flame gun to every burger bar and fast food joint going if only on the grounds of taste.
Weedy areas wanted as lawns or for fruit and vegetable growing can be cleared with a flame gun. These can be hired and are effective in destroying large amounts of weed seeds.