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Elon Musk's $500 Flamethrowers Are Sold Out

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Don't put anything past Elon Musk. He just might do it! Musk's The Boring Company was selling flamethrowers. They were available for $500. The company has already sold out of the 20,000 it made available. The flamethrowers will bring in $10 million total for Musk's The Boring Company. Elon Musk founded The Boring Company in 2016. The company is focused on tunnel boring in traffic-heavy cities. It's being led by Steve Davis, a SpaceX engineer.

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