Making a Good Meth Pipe
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I've read a couple articles on how to make a bulb for smoking meth, and I have yet to see one article that explains a good method. Over the past 3 years I've mastered the art of pipe making, and in this article I'll explain how to make a meth pipe that works better than anything you can buy commercially.
First things first, your going to need a few things. Also a comfortable place that isn't too flammable would be a good idea (bathroom, garage, work shop). Heres a list of materials, most of which can be bought at walmart.
- a blow torch with a pencil flame (it is very important that the torch has a pencil flame. meaning, the flame must be long and thin with an inner peak of flame which is a lighter blue)
- a light bulb (normal sized bulb, xmas light bulb, golf ball sized bulb, or appliance bulbs work ok; however, the long thin 25 w picture frame bulbs work the best)
- tape (any type of tape other than packing or scotch tape. something that will insulate from heat is a bonus.
- good scissors (kitchen sized friskars work well)
- needle nose pliers
Once you've got all the materials, go to your work space and get comfortable (I prefer sitting cause there really isn't any need to be standing up).
- Using your scissors cut the metal end of your bulb. You should be cutting right on, or before the first thread closest to the end that screws into the socket.
The scissors should bend or cut the metal quite easily, without breaking any glass. They may; however, cut through some ceramic material, don't worry.
- Once you've cut around the entire metal piece, remove the end with one good tug. There is just a wire holding it on. Now, there should be a small glass rod sticking up out of a hole (kind of like an outtie belly button). If you don't see this, just ceramic stuff, cut away at the ceramic until you here a hissing sound or until you see a hole/glass.
- take your needle nose pliers and break off this glass rod (it may shoot off, and there will be a hissing noise, don't worry). if you have a hole resulting from the cermic removal, and you've already heard a hissing sound ignore this step.
- continue to break away the glass until you've got the entire glass belly button thing broken off. you should be left with a hole in the glass that fits inside metal threads nicely, and the filament of the bulb dangling inside the bulb.
- cut the wire for the filament and dump out all the loose glass in the bulb (should be left with an empty bulb, no filament, nothing). if the stuff doesn't fit out the hole, you probably need to break away more glass.
- if your bulb has the white colouring in it pour in some table salt (about a salt shaker full), cover the hole and shake it around, the colour will be removed. If it isn't taken off, add more salt, or fill it with water and wash it out (dry completely before proceeding). Make sure you pour out the salt. If you bulb was colouring on the outside (xmas bulbs), use the edge of your scissors, a razor, an exacto blade, or something else sharp to scrape off all the colour (scrape all of it off. should take no more than 10 mins).
- once you have a clear light bulb, with the end removed, use some tape and wrapp it around the metal end (layer it up so that it provides some insulation from heat [with electrical tape, tape down some kleenex or toilet paper]).
- If your using a bulb other than the picture frame bulb, roll some paper into a tube and insert it into the hole u made (no more than 1/2 cm in). tape it into position.
- light your blow torch. set it so the entire flame is about 2.5 inches long. NOT FULL!
- now depending on you bulb, your going to hold the glass up to the end of the inner flame (the end of the inner peak of flame/the lighter coloured part). The glass will go red hot in the spot where the inner flame touches (fairly quickly). once this happens remove the bulb from the flame and blow into the hole. a bubble will form. repeat the heating/blowing steps in the same spot until the bubble pops to form a hole.
- normal light bulb - from the middle of the opposite end as the opening, make the hole about 1 inch off.
- xmas/chandelier bulb - heat the pointed end of the bulb until it is very hot, then push the end down on a piece of metal or concrete (so the point is turned into a flat spot). now make the hole along the edge of the flat spot on the side of the bulb.
- appliance bulb - same as normal bulb, only smaller
- 25 w picture frame bulb - after removing end you are left with a test tube shape. heat the end of the bulb and lightly blow out. do this all over the end of the bulb so you are left with a dome on the end of a glass tube, now make your hole on the dome where ever you feel is a good spot.
- if you used anything other than a picture frame bulb, you will need to leave on, or make a new paper tube attached to the bulb. this is the end you will inhale through. if you used the picture frame bulb, simply remove the tape and inhale through the opening in the glass.
That's about it. I learner all this through trial and error. You can fool around with glass blowing to find a technique of your own. a good tip to remember is, never use the blow torch on a bulb that you melted once already, it will crack/blow up that bulb.