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These look nice. Victory SMokers

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    These look nice. Victory SMokers

    A start up thats close enough to me to avoid shipping. Spent some time on the phone with them. I'm intrigued.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Victo...95?sk=timeline

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    Me no facebooky, but from the pic it looks like a Jambo type clone.

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    • PaulstheRibList
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      Now we know how you have time to cook 15 briskets per weekend...#NoFacebooky

    • PaulstheRibList
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      And, speaking of 15 briskets, I've gotten set up with a food wholesaler friend to get cases of meat. I'm getting ready to pull the trigger on a case of briskets: Choice IBP (Iowa Beef Processors), fresh, $3.26 a pound.

      Wal Mart has had choice briskets for $2.99 recently, but sometimes all they have is select. So, I'm getting a place ready to wet-age the case and cook several a weekend as they get better with age!

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    It does.

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      #4
      I'm thinking of buying the entry-level jambo so I can experience it's fun, and learn from it as I prepare to build a BIG stickburner #think1000GallonTank #LikeAaronFranklin

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      • Jerod Broussard
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        That 24x48 number??

      • PaulstheRibList
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        @Jerod_Broussard, that's the one.

        OR, double the price and get the Economy full-sized one!

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      PaulstheRibList

      Whats the brand of that offset you recently bought?

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      • PaulstheRibList
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        @Jon_Solberg, It was built at a local welding shop. It appears to be modeled to follow a Yoder Witicha, but has a vertical tuning plate that goes up and down, in 1 inch steps, between the firebox and the cooking chamber. It is 1/2 inch in the firebox, and 3/8 in the pit. I'm really enjoying it.

        I am learning that smaller splits help me have a good, clean fire, but not too much heat. When I cooked on the big, borrowed 8 foot x 4 foot offset, I had a GREAT Fire, using regular size splits. It was Huge Fun! So, I bought a Maul and brought home a sliding miter box saw to cut/split my existing splits into smaller chunks.

        Now, I'm jonesing to built a huge offset, out of a 1,000 gallon tank, channelling my inner Aaron Franklin. And, to build a brick pit.

        What pit are you leaning toward, or waiting on arriving?

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