In this guide we will teach you How to Make Napalm B. Why? Because America, that’s why. In all seriousness, here at usCrow.org we strive to make available any useful information that may aid in your survival. A more accurate answer is there are tons of articles out there to make homemade napalm, but none on how to make real napalm. otherwise known as Napalm B. As with all usCrow.org articles we must stress that the use, and production of Napalm is to only be used in the absence of law after the world has gone to shit…
What is Napalm B
Napalm B or what some call ‘Super Napalm’ is a gelled flammable liquid typically used for military applications such as the MK77 air dropped incendiary bomb, or more commonly used in conjunction with homemade flamethrowers. Unlike homemade Napalm that burns for a minute or two, Napalm B can burn up to ten minutes. Not only does Napalm B have a superior burn time, but it also sticks better to surfaces (including skin), and is not as easy to accidentally ignite.
Napalm B use after the shit hits the fan…
As incendiary weapons go, Napalm B is inexpensive to make and can be made quickly. For preppers and survival groups Napalm B is an invaluable asset to have in your repertoire. Napalm B is ideal for clearing out enemy personnel maintaining a position in any structure such as; bunkers, shelters, foxholes, etc. by inserting the substance into any opening or ventilation shaft. Igniting Napalm B in closed spaces such as these will cause the substance to stick to any skin it comes in contact with, making it nearly impossible to extinguish. Not only are the incendiary effects catastrophic but they can cause suffocation, carbon monoxide poisoning, smoke inhalation, dehydration and etc…
Napalm B Precautions
First let’s get this out of the way – just like Thermite, Napalm B is not illegal. However, much like other incindiary compounds, the way you use it could land your ass in jail or in the ICU. Don’t be an asshole. For safety’s sake, this substance should not be made in your home, so keep this project outside before your wife divorces you for setting her kitchen on fire, and killing her cat who inhaled the toxic and volatile vapors. Keep children and pets very far away. You will also need some PPE (personal protective equipment)
- DeWalt anti-fog clear protective safety glasses
- Atlas nitrile elbow length chemical resistant gloves
- Amerex multipurpose 5lb fire extinguisher
- If you go against my advice and do this inside you will need a Sperian full face NBC respirator
What do you need to make Napalm B
As I said before, we aren’t making run of the mill napalm, where you’d only need styrofoam and gas. We’re making Napalm B, the good stuff. You can purchase everying you need to make Napalm B by clicking on the links below, however you can purchase the gasolene from any local gas store. What you need;
- Gasolene 33 parts
- Benzene 21 parts
- Polystyrene 46 parts
- 1000ml glass beaker
- Glass mixing rod
- Cheese grater
- Fuse (repurpose fuse from firework that is at least 6 inches)
- Aluminum can for final mixture
Steps to make Napalm B
Note, the amounts listed to make the Napalm B compound are by weight. You will need to take your polystyrene (packing peanuts) and break them into finer parts using the cheese grater to 46 parts of loosely grated polystyrene bits.
Now pour your 33 parts of gasoline into your 1000ml glass beaker. Slowly add 21 parts of benzene mixing as you pour with your glass rod. Once loosely mixed, you can now add your polystyrene bits. Add the polystyrene bits little by little, mixing with the glass rod as you go. As you’re adding the polystyrene you’ll notice the bits will begin to dissolve and fizzle, which is a sign the mixture is starting to gel. By the time all of the polystyrene has been added there should be no loose liquid remaining, and you should have a gelled perfectly mixed compound of Napalm B.
Now put the compound into an aluminum coffee can (do not use plastic, the mixture will eat right through it). Coat the bottom 3 inches of your fuse with gasoline and insert it one inch into the gelled compound. Find a spot away from brush, kids, animals, and anything flammable to ignite the Napalm B compound. Once ready to ignite, light the non-coated end of the fuse and back away from the compound by at least 10 feet, and enjoy the fruits of your labor.
Now keep in mind, there are several variations of this compound, and some will use kerosene, white phosphorous, sulfuric acid, and all kinds of other shit that will only complicate things, so stick to the basics. As always, if you have any helpful advice or improvements on our method feel free to comment below.
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