Blazer - RED GT8000 Big Shot Butane Torch

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The powerful Blazer GT8000 Big Shot is a portable anti-flare butane refillable torch. The Big Shot features a strong and sturdy brass flame control. Turn it upside down without worrying about the flame blow-out. Piezo crystal instant ignition and state of the art engineering combine into one of the most powerful and smallest, tools you'll ever use. With over 35 minutes of high-grade 2500ºF burn time, this completely portable, self-contained unit will meet all your soldering brazing and other professional and industrial needs. Fits easily in your toolbox. A butane torch is refillable, gas torch with a brass frame nozzle and attachable base. This completely portable, lightweight butane torch will meet all your vaping needs and works great for heating quartz bangers and other concentrate accessories.

Butane Torch Features:

Anti-flare, brass-frame nozzle, for safety and flame control
Attachable tabletop base, for hands-free use
Gas-flow adjustment dial, to control flame length
Piezoelectric ignition system requires no electrical connection
2,500-degree F, torch flame, for a more precise flame tip
Colors: Black, Red, Pink, Green, Orange or Blue
Made by Blazer
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USA Flavor Bans:
Massachusetts: Sorry but we can no longer ship to this state
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday declared a public health emergency in the state "due to severe lung disease associated with the use of e-cigarettes and marijuana-infused products." He is requesting a four-month ban on selling any and all vaping-related products, both in person and online.
Rhode Island: As of today we can ship but that will stop any day now
Governor Gina Raimondo has authorized the Rhode Island Department of Health to ban flavored vaping products from stores in the state. The governor signed executive action Wednesday afternoon, saying she was acting as both a mother and the governor, after seeing flavored e-cigarettes become a public health crisis. The executive order has enacted emergency regulations that last 120 days with an optional extension of 60 more days.
New York: Shipments permitted until Oct 18th
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo of New York State was the first Gov in the nation to implement a ban on the sale of flavored electronic cigarettes and nicotine e-liquids, following a vote on emergency regulations by the Public Health and Health Planning Council.
Michigan: Shipments permitted until Oct 4th
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an emergency ban on the online and retail sale of nicotine vaping products in any flavor except tobacco.
Oregon: Only vaping products that taste like hemp/mj or tobacco can continue being sold past Tuesday October 15th.
US FDA
"We will not ban flavors..."