The most eager customers can forgo the bidding process and pay the eBay "buy it now price", which is as high as $20,000.
As the promotional device started to land with customers, Musk posted a safety warning to customers on Twitter, stating: 'Please use as directed to avoid unintentionally burning things down.
Earlier this year the word came down that Elon Music and his Boring Company had pre-sold more than 20,000 flamethrowers. Musk tweeted the terms and conditions for the owners on the style of Dr. Seuss.
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Elon Musk's flamethrowers do not use a mixture of flammable liquids to launch flames great distances, like its military counterparts.
Alarmed, Santiago decided that he would try to introduce a bill to slow down the sale of The Boring Company's flamethrowers.
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The guns, which are more of a blowtorch than an actual flamethrower, are receiving some criticism for being unsafe.
The fire belcher has been renamed "Not A Flamethrower" after customs agencies refused to ship anything called a flamethrower.
"When the zombie apocalypse happens, you'll be glad you bought a flamethrower", he tweeted.
The disclaimer also mandated that consumers check off several boxes under the prompt, "I understand The Boring Company isn't responsible for anything I do, no matter how genius or stupid".
As shown in Musk's tweeted pictures, hundreds lined up at the pickup site in Los Angeles to get their purchases and pose for pictures as flames licked out from the flamethrowers' barrels. The tech billionaire shared pictures of distributing his most popular (and most controversial to date) fundraising technique for the Boring Company today via his Twitter.
It's unclear how much a round-trip would cost, but the Boring Company said it will be "comparable to or lower than current public transportation fares".