Stimulants hands down best way to do hot rails (METH)
hands down best way to do hot rails
- Jul 8, 2012
What a crappy video.
I’m all for not incriminating ourselves but you can’t make anything out.
Hotrails are dangerous, at any rate.
This doesn’t feel like OD material.
- Jul 8, 2012
hot rails aren’t dangerous if you do them correctly. I’d make a video, but that’s probably not the best idea, so I’ll just tell you the best way to do it.
HOW TO HOT RAIL (meth)
a) a mirror, or granite countertop (a very hard surface which will not melt when heat is near.) do not attempt to do this on a wood table, or a plastic countertop, or anything that could possibly burn or leave marks.
b) meth. get a little bit out (amount depends upon how many people are there, and how much you want to do. it doesn’t really matter how much, because it can’t be wasted, if you put out too much you can always do the rest later, or put it back in your baggie, or throw it in a vapor pipe).
c) a small butane torch.
do not attempt to do this with a lighter. IT WILL NOT WORK. candles don’t work either. I have a torch that looks very similar to that, and I got it for twelve dollars. the butane gas to refill it costs about four dollars and lasts a couple months, if not more, depending upon frequency of usage. a one time purchase that you’ll be thankful for in the long run.
d) a glass one-hitter/crack pipe/peace pipe whatever it is you call it.
e) a credit card, or a razor, or whatever it is you use to chop up a line.
f) optional: some type of ‘mouth piece’ or cover for the end of the glass pipe.
I’ll explain this later.
II. SET UP, CHOP & FORM RAILS
1. Find surface (mirror, granite countertop).
2. Make sure it’s clean. If you clean this area first with some kind of chemical, make sure it’s clean and dry before you put your stuff on it.
3. Put meth on said surface.
4. Crush VERY VERY FINE. The finer, the better. For me, the best way is to place the drugs on surface of choice. Place a bill (dollar, five, ten, what have you) on top of drugs. Hold each end of the bill down with one hand (drugs should be right in the middle of the bill, under the bill.) Use the bottom of a lighter, or the bottom of a cigarette pack, or something hard to crush the drugs with. Go over it a few times. Slowly and gently pick up the bill. Most of the drugs will have remained on the surface, but a bit will be stuck to the bill. Shake it off. Use razor blade or credit card to chop a bit more and form line.
5. Line(s) formed should be QUITE THIN. This is not the time for fat hollywood rails. Granted they’ll probably be quite long, but they need to be thin. It works way better in this fashion. This way the end of the hot pipe can vaporize the drug easier when it’s crushed up well and there’s not huge amounts of it at one time. Line(s) should be thin and uniform. (same amount spread throughout the whole line, not one thick end and one skinny end, etc.)
III. HEATING THE PIPE & BLAST OFF
1. The rails should be set up and ready to go. Grab your one hitter. Grab your torch. Turn your torch on med/hi. (Most torches I’ve seen have a control on them, either a plus minus sign or whatever it may be, but it should be set on the hi end, preferably med/hi if you can.) If you can set the torch down on a surface, great. If not, just hold it in your hand.
2. Hold the one hitter horizontally in front of the flame. The part that the flame needs to concentrate on is the thinnest part of the pipe, where the bowl separates the stem. Don’t heat up the stem, you’ll burn yourself. If you keep the flame down by the bowl/tiny opening, the heat should stay down there and you won’t burn yourself.
*3. (see section 1f) If you fancy, you can get some type of lip piece or mouth piece for the pipe. The pipe usually gets a little warm, I’ve personally never burnt myself, but I do like to have a little covering on it just in case. The image I attached shows mouth pieces that are available for purchase from e-cig shops. I think they’re like 3 for a dollar or something. Use your imagination. There’s tons of things that can be used as a cover, anything hard plastic (don’t apply direct heat to these mouthpieces, obviously. ). As I said, these coverings are optional, you don’t have to have them, but they can come in handy sometimes.
4. Heat the pipe anywhere from 2 minutes or more. Depends on how high/hot your torch is and how thick the glass is on your pipe. I like to get the thinner ones, I get the cheapest/thinnest/longest available. If the glass is too thick, you’re more likely to burn yourself on the pipe. Spin the pipe around so all sides are getting equally heated. (again, concentrating the heat ONLY on the small point where the bowl turns into the stem.)
5. The pipe needs to be REALLY FRIGGING HOT. 2 minutes usually does the trick for me. (the first line heating up will take the longest; if you have people waiting behind you, the pipe DOES need more heat applied to it, but not as much – there will be some residual heat left in the glass.)
6. Once you’re confident that the end of the pipe is hot as heck, it’s time to get ready.
7. It’s best to get at the line at a 45 degree angle. You shouldn’t be straight up and down (like directly over the line, where it would have to go straight up the pipe) and also you shouldn’t be laying the pipe even with the surface (duh), so 45 degree angle works the best. Be ready immediately when the pipe is hot, you don’t have time to be dicking around. Hold the pipe at the very top, but give yourself a tiny bit of nose room. Stay behind the line at a 45 degree angle and sniff. A swift, quick movement works best.
8. Blow a gigantor magic dragon cloud out of your mouth and go “ooooogaboogaboooga!” and shake around a little bit. mmmmm feels nice.
*some won’t get it on their first try(s). Generally it is because the pipe is not hot enough. GET THAT THING HOT. At least you don’t waste anything, you’re still snorting it, just not in the way you intended to
*it might feel a little hot in your nose, but you’re not getting burnt. Technically, you are smoking (vaporizing) through your nose. It’s just like if your vaping pipe gets a little hot and it feels like you’re inhaling hot smoke. Same thing – you’re not getting burnt.
*please, be careful. There is potential here for getting burnt. However, if you follow directions and don’t be an idiot, there’s a lot less chance of someone getting hurt.
Smoke & Headshop Dictionary & Terminology
Headshop, Glass, Pipe and Smoke Shop Language & Terminology: A Dictionary
To better help you find what you are looking for or if you just want to become more familiar with popular terminology, the language, words, or slang used in smoke shops and the tobacco or herb-based smoking industry, this dictionary of headshop, glass, pipe and smoke shop terminology may help:
Adapter: Adapters are used to protect your piece from heat damage as well as to change the sex, angle and size of the joint on your piece.
Ash catcher: Also used as a “pre-cooler”, this device attachment is added to water pipes or bongs and catch ash before it falls into your pipe. Some devices may diffuse or cool smoke.
Atomizer: The heating element on a vaporizer that converts liquids to vapors that you can then inhale.
Banger: An apparatus typically used for dabbing and smoking herbs, plants and/or essential oils.
Some banger products can be found in: Nails & Domes
Banger hanger: A device used to hang a banger quartz nail, thus named “banger hanger”. The design of this device prevents hot air from hitting your face while also preventing heat stress to the vapor rig and joint. It features a bent neck that helps keep water in the chamber rather than your mouth.
Some banger hanger products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Banger nail: A female joint designed to fit over the male joint on an oil rig. It features a curved glass tube that moves the heat from the torch away from the rig to prevent premature cracking and heat stress on the joint.
Some banger nail products can be found in: Nails & Domes
Bong: A large water pipe. The mouthpiece is typically a tube in which your lips go inside, rather than over like a bubbler or traditional pipe. A “beaker bong” is a popular style in which the device consists of a beaker-shaped base.
Some bong products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Boro head: Someone who has intensely immersed themselves in the current and upcoming techniques and fads in the glass industry. These individuals have extensive knowledge of glass artists and glass in general.
Borosilicate: A type of glass consisting of 5% boric oxide used to make glass pipes. It is durable, strong and resistant to extreme temperatures, and it also improves its resistance to chemical corrosion.
Bowl: The area on a pipe where you place dry herbs to be combusted and inhaled.
Some bowl products can be found in: Water Pipe Accessories
Bubbler: A hand pipe that uses a small amount of water and features a downstem that leads the smoke into the water for cooling prior to inhalation.
Some bubbler products can be found in: Glass Bubblers
Carb: A hole on the side of a hand pipe that is responsible for regulating airflow. You place a finger on top of the hole to allow smoke into the chamber and release your finger upon inhalation to clear the chamber of smoke.
Carb cap: A cap placed on top of a domeless nail or vapor dome for regulating airflow into your pipe. It is also meant to help the nail retain its temperature so that you evenly burn your concentrates.
Some carb cap products can be found in: Concentrate Pipe Accessories
Chillum: A straight glass pipe that lacks a carb and offers a similar experience of smoking a rolled substance without the added flavors of tobacco leaves or paper.
Some chillum products can be found in: Chillum One Hitters & Onesies
Collab: A pipe designed and manufactured by several artists.
Concentrate rig: Also known also a “concentrate pipe” or “dab rig” is a water pipe usually set-up with male joints and comes with a vapor dome and nail. The user can smoke concentrates from this apparatus.
Some concentrate rig products can be found in: Oil Rigs, Dab Rigs, Concentrate Pipes
Cone: Pre-rolled cone-shaped papers. Grind your herbs and fill the cone — no rolling necessary.
Dab rig: A bubbler apparatus designed for dabbing oils. Similar to a concentrate pipe or rig, a dab rig is typically equipped with a dab nail, male joint and vapor dome.
Some dab rig products can be found in: Oil Rigs, Dab Rigs, Concentrate Pipes
Dabber: The tool used to scoop up concentrates for use on a hot nail for vaporization.
Some dabber products can be found in: Concentrate Pipe Accessories
Dichroic glass: In the processing of glass, dichroic generally refers to the use of additional colored glass pieces or particles to show different colors when viewed from different directions.
Some dichroic glass products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
Diffused downstem: A downstem with slits on the bottom that acts like a percolator to filter the smoke.
Some diffused downstem products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Diffusion: When water travels through the percolator and begins to bubble making for a smoother smoking experience.
Dome: A glass piece that fits over the dab nail and traps the vapor so that it may freely flow through the joint of the bubbler. The dome features a hole to dab through on one side and a female joint on the other.
Some dome products can be found in: Nails & Domes
Domeless nail: A nail with a hole in the center designed to direct airflow into the water pipe. It does not require the use of a vapor dome.
Some domeless nail products can be found in: Nails & Domes
Downstem: A long skinny tube in which your bowl slide will fit. It directs the smoke into the water pipe where it is filtered prior to inhalation.
Some downstem products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Dugout: A dugout is an all-in-one apparatus that contains two small chambers: one to store a bat and another to store ground, dry herbs. Dugouts are typically made from metal or wood and are useful for travel due to their relatively compact size.
Some dugout products can be found in: Dugouts
Dry piece: Any smoking apparatus or device that does not use water filtration. They can come in a variety of sizes and shapes, including sidecar, sherlock, hammer, spoon, steamroller and chillum.
Some dry piece products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
ENail: An electronic nail that heats up via a ceramic or metal heating element. It is a vaporizing device used to control the temperature of concentrates with either an analog or digital control dial, thus eliminating the need for a torch.
Filter / screen: Either metal or glass inserts for a bowl that help keep fresh or ashed matter from falling into the pipe.
Flowers: A term that refers to the material or substance you put in the bowl to smoke.
Frit glass: A process of glass soldering using crushed glass or beads generally fused to the inside of a glass pipe that forms a ceramic composition or granular effect creating a type of glass design.
Some frit glass products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
Glass blunt: A straight, hollow glass pipe that features a second hollow straw-like tube for a mouthpiece.
Grinder: A tool used for grinding herbs so that the user may better smoke them. Typically made of wood, steel or plastic, grinders often come with pollen screens and feature little pins or small nails fitted inside the device to help grind up the herbs or dried plants.
Some grinder products can be found in: Grinders
Hammers & hammer pipe: A style of pipe that resembles a hammer.
Some hammer pipe products can be found in: Glass Bubblers
Hand pipe: A glass pipe small enough to fit in your hand that does not use water filtration.
Some hand pipe products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
Headshop: A headshop can also be referred to as a “smoke shop”. A headshop is a retail outlet specializing in the sale of smoking equipment items and or odds-and-ends used in relationship to the consumption of tobacco, herbs or other plants designed in forms for smoking.
Mile High Glass Pipes is a headshop.
Heady: A term used as an adjective to express something that is exhilarating, exciting, potent, intoxicating and such.
Heady glass: High-quality, custom, one-of-a-kind glass pipes that incorporate glass art techniques.
Some heady glass products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
Hemp: A material produced from the stems and stalks of a commonly known herb/plant and used in the production of fabrics and rope.
Some hemp products can be found in: Rolling Papers
Latticino glass: Also referred to as Zanfirico or Cane glass which is a process in glass design by incorporating colored threads, sometimes twisted into the glass to create the design, style and pattern.
Some latticino glass products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
Lathe-made: A term indicating the majority of the process to make the piece was done so on a lathe — which holds and spins the glass for the manufacturer. The process consists of blowing through the tube, or “lathe,” to create the desired shapes.
Linework: Refers to the striped colored patterns incorporated into a glass pipe.
Millie glass: An Italian term that means “thousand flowers” is used to describe mosaic glass objects. The images are made with colored glass using a technique similar to the one used to make patterns in taffy candy. The images are cut into small chips and incorporated into the glass pipes.
Some millie glass products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
Mini-tube: A miniature-sized bong.
Some mini-tube products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Nail: The platform which you will heat prior to placing your concentrates. It can be made from titanium, quartz, glass or ceramic.
Some nail products can be found in: Nails & Domes
Nano-rig: A tiny dab/concentrate rig.
Some nano-rig products can be found in: Oil Rigs, Dab Rigs, Concentrate Pipes
Oil pen: An electronic, portable, pen-shaped vaporizer used for vaporizing oils.
Oil rig: Also referred to as a “dab rig,” an oil rig is a specific type of water pipe used primarily for smoking concentrates, extracts or oils.
Some oil rig products can be found in: Oil Rigs, Dab Rigs, Concentrate Pipes
One-hitter: A slender, smaller pipe typically with a pinched narrow bowl designed for a single inhalation or “one hit”.
Some one-hitter products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
Opal: A synthetic gemstone used in glass-blowing that is often encased inside glass marbles.
Percolator: The filtration part of a bong or water pipe that makes the water bubble.
Some percolator products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Piece: A slang term that refers to a hand pipe, water pipe or a piece of glass in general.
Some pieces can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Pre-cooler: Also used as an “ash catcher”, is an attachment added to water pipes or bongs for cooling fluid, gases or smoke and can act to catch ash before it falls into your pipe.
Pyrex glass: A high-end type of borosilicate glass often used in water pipes and bongs. It is hard, durable, 100% non-toxic and resistant to high temperatures.
Some pyrex glass products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Quartz: A type of glass. Unlike Pyrex, quartz can handle extreme temperature changes without shattering or cracking, but it is not as shock-resistant as Pyrex.
Some quartz products can be found in: Nails & Domes
Recycler: A water pipe that allows water to drain back to the bottom of the pipe rather than creep into the mouthpiece. Smoke and water travels from chamber to chamber, then back down and through the first chamber, providing a continuous filtration loop effectively cooling the smoke.
Some recycler products can be found in: Recyclers
Reversal glass: A colorful design of striped zig-zag color patterns featuring a spiral at each end. It is also a form of linework and known as a “wig-wag.”
Some reversal glass products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Roller: A device used to roll dry herbs into a paper.
Rolling paper: Thin sheets of paper typically made from “rag fibers” such as hemp, flax, sisal and other non-wood plant fibers on which one can place dried plants such as tobacco or dry herbs before rolling it into a cigarette and smoked.
Some rolling paper products can be found in: Rolling Papers
Sandblasted glass: A technique in which high-pressure air is mixed with sand and used to etch or engrave designs into glass.
Some sandblasted glass products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Scientific glass: Typically, scientific lab glass is any type of borosilicate made glass. The use of this term here is due to science lab glass makers who would use the same glass creation techniques to make smoke pipes.
Sherlock pipe: An S-shaped style of pipe named for Sherlock Holmes. The bowl sits lower while the mouthpiece rests above it.
Some Sherlock pipe products can be found in: Glass Bubblers
Sidecar: Refers to the arm of a bubbler, water pipe or oil rig that comes off the side and up at an angle to your mouth.
Some side car products can be found in: Glass Bubblers
Silicone rigs: These are dab or oil rigs which are made of silicone. Silicone is more heat resistant and keeps oils and concentrates from sticking to rigs.
Some silicone rig products can be found in: Silicone Dab Accessories
Slide: A “bong slide” also referred to as a “bong bowl.” A type of removable bowl that is separate from the main pipe. The two are typically connected via glass-on-glass joints.
Some slide products can be found in: Water Pipe Accessories
Smoke shop: Also referred to as a “headshop,” a smoke shop is a retailer who sells smoking equipment as well as tobacco or other herb and plant smoking accessories.
Mile High Glass Pipes is a smoke shop.
Soft glass: Soft glass is thicker than typical glass. It is ideal and sturdy for everyday or casual use. Soft glass is known for having some of the brightest and most vivid colors.
Some soft glass products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Spoon pipe: A style of pipe named for its resemblance to a spoon.
Some spoon pipe products can be found in: Glass Pipes, Hand Pipes, Spoons, Bowls
Straight tube: A completely straight water pipe.
Some straight tube products can be found in: Nails & Domes
Tree perc: Also referred to as a “tree percolator,” this device features a tree-like arm of glass tubes that sit inside the water.
Some tree perc products can be found in: Oil Rigs, Dab Rigs, Concentrate Pipes
Vapor dome: The slip you place over the nail before you place the dab in the center of the nail. As you take a draw on the pipe, the dome directs the airflow down into the pipe.
Some vapor dome products can be found in: Oil Rigs, Dab Rigs, Concentrate Pipes
Vaporizer: A device that vaporizes concentrates or dry matter rather than smoking by combustion.
Vapor rig: A bubbler set-up for dabbling oils that typically features a dome, dab nail and male joint.
Some vapor rig products can be found in: Oil Rigs, Dab Rigs, Concentrate Pipes
Water pipe: A pipe that features a percolator and uses water. This generic term may also describe a bong and/or a bubbler.
Some water pipe products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
Wig-wag glass: A colorful, striped pattern design in glass that sharply waves back and forth with spirals in design.
Some wig-wag glass products can be found in: Bongs & Water Pipes
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