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Sent my Broil King Keg out the only way I knew how........

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    Sent my Broil King Keg out the only way I knew how........

    I got my Broil King Keg about 10 years ago. It served me pretty well and really got me into Kamado style cooking. Then the bottom rusted out almost completely after 4 years. I could no longer seal it tight around the bottom damper and so I scrapped it. It sat in the back yard, all alone for years. Until this year, when we decided to send her off with 2 lbs of Tannerite and a 5.56 Round. What a better way to send her out!
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    Note to self: Do not mess with Spinaker Love it!

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      #3
      Awesome! I woulda packed a few ounces of black powder in there too.

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        #4
        Nicely done!

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          #5
          Wow

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            #6
            Oh, the humanity!

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              #7
              BOOM. Literally

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                #8
                Love it!

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                  #9
                  There must be some mistake here. I'm pretty sure the video I just watched was Panhead John doing the burn-in of his OKJB.

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                    #10
                    Wonder what a little of that would do to our beaver friends?

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                      It works very well.........trust me.

                    #11
                    So that's how one cooks a hot and fast brisket?

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                    • Spinaker
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                      Its one way. Also a great way to make hamburger.

                    #12
                    WOOOOHOOOO !!!!!
                    Awesome send off,,,,

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                      #13
                      Hahahahaha, as soon as I read the subject line I knew Tannerite was involved!!

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                      • Spinaker
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                        Gotta love me some Tannerite.

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                      Cool send off!

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                        I guess we'll know who Secret Santa is next year if someone gets THIS thing in the mail ...

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