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Destiny
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Bohannas ebay ID is potpaul - even though his store name is Paul Bohanna Ceramics the sticks are mainly wooden with an aluminium tape - not ceramic.
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Ok...so I'll start this thread again...anyone know where I can purchase a set of decent torches for fire eating????

--Jon
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Bearclawmfg.com
Also one of the best sites for fire safety I have seen.
Read it all.
Oh...And if you missed it.
Make sure you are trained by a professional before you burn your face off.
(I have no idea if you are or not...Just putting it out there.)
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Gwyd:

Thanks....good advice LOL. I was actually trained by a pro years ago. Lost my torches in a move, so I'm looking for new ones...didn't want to make my own. Thanks!

--Jon
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http://www.dube.com/

Although I have never used them, they have a good reputation for fire torches....

Bearcloaw as well...
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C'mon, Gwyd!

You know you liked MY torches ;-)

Keith
Author of "The Festival Entertainer" The Professional Entertainer's Guide to Booking and Working Outdoor Fairs, Festivals, and Events.
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gsidhe
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Ok...Yours are indeed very cool!
Didn't know you were selling them!
Gwyd
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LOL!

I didn't know I was either!

hehe.

I'ld make up a few sets if anyone was interested. Just PM me.

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This thread may be dead...
But I get my torches from here...
http://www.firewhip.com/

The small torches are indeed small, and the large torches are indeed large.
I have both sets.
After I fell in love with the large torches, the small ones feel like child toys.

ps... I don't work for them at all. I just use their stuff.

Randi
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