You’re probably going to need a bigger IWB holster for this “concealed weapon.”
We’re not sure how to break it to Jerry, but we don’t think that throwing a vest over something automatically makes it concealed carry. At the very least, it presents a massive printing issue. In this tongue-in-cheek video, Jerry gets to put his hands on a X-15 flamethrower by the Cleveland-based company Xmatter. According to the manufacturer, this flammenwerfer weighs a hefty 49 pounds and has a maximum range of 50 feet. With a fuel mix of 90 percent diesel and 10 percent gasoline, the X-15 can also belch about three gallons of fiery destruction in just under a minute.
Few things could put as much “fire” in the word “firepower,” and Jerry uses it to burn down some old range furniture.