Apr 16, 2010



I would really like to see a pic of one of these smokers crammed full of pork, chicken and beef!!  Smoke billowing out of the stacks and people milling about with that look of famished anticipation on their faces, that would be such a deal closer for me!  Not that I'm not already sold, I am.  I've said it before, this is far and away my favorite smoker builder out there.  I have been saving for a smaller version for myself now for some time.  I've just not personally seen one in action yet and I really want to.  I am going to be attending more than a few comps this season looking for my opportunity to see one in action and I'm sure I won't be disappointed.  I will definitely be taking pics and posting them so watch for those!  These come in insulated and uninsulated versions.  Mr personal preference is insulated due to the long term cost savings on fuel (wood and charcoal), but there is a significant initial increase in price.  You'll have to decide what's more important for you.  One thing is for certain, you won't go wrong on quality with Old Country BBQ Pits

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