Kel Tec drone guy ups his game with flame (VIDEO)

In the latest installment on why the FAA is hating on multi-rotors, the kid who came up with the flying .22 pistol drone now has a flying flamethrower.

Connecticut teen Austin Haughwout, who in July made headlines with a viral video of a 26-inch remote control quad-copter that had been outfitted to fire a Kel Tec PMR-30 .22LR pistol, incurring the wrath of pearl-clutchers and FAA alike, now has done the same thing with a DIY flame projector made from an in-line electric fuel pump that he uses to roast a holiday turkey.

Still, it is kinda sweet in a only-you-can-start-forest-fires kind of way.


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