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post #21 of 27

They don't charge Georgia State Tax if shipping outside of Georgia. 

post #22 of 27

The Brinkmans I've seen at the local HD seem pretty cheesy, lids were wobbly, firebox looked small and it just didn't look worth the money....I also saw some at Lowes that looked a little heavier made, more like the model you've shown. If going with the WSM, I would definitely go with the larger model. I saw a small one at a local farm store and they looked to little for ribs or such IMHO. They had one of those green eggs on display as well.....800 bucks and it was small but I've heard some people swear by them

post #23 of 27

I will put another one into the mix. Has anyone used this one? You have to options. Side fire box, or run it as a charcoal grill.

 

 

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Landmann Black Dog 42XT Grill and Smoker  $349.99

 
Cook up some smoke-flavored perfection. Crank handle adjusts charcoal grate to multiple cooking positions, and large vents create excellent heat control. Cook by smoke and indirect heat with the offset firebox (15"L x 17"W). A large, grill-bottom tray (29.75"L x 17"W) makes cleanup a snap. Large front doors and a side door for adding charcoal and wood. Stainless steel temperature gauge and handles. Heavy-duty wheels and castors. Some assembly required.
Dimensions: 57"L x 24.5"W x 43.5"D.
Weight: 140 lbs.
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by SymanSaysBBQ View Post

I will put another one into the mix. Has anyone used this one? You have to options. Side fire box, or run it as a charcoal grill.

 

 

smoker.jpg

 

Landmann Black Dog 42XT Grill and Smoker  $349.99

 
Cook up some smoke-flavored perfection. Crank handle adjusts charcoal grate to multiple cooking positions, and large vents create excellent heat control. Cook by smoke and indirect heat with the offset firebox (15"L x 17"W). A large, grill-bottom tray (29.75"L x 17"W) makes cleanup a snap. Large front doors and a side door for adding charcoal and wood. Stainless steel temperature gauge and handles. Heavy-duty wheels and castors. Some assembly required.
Dimensions: 57"L x 24.5"W x 43.5"D.
Weight: 140 lbs.

 

 


 

The first Brinkman posted is going to be the better smoker. The Landmann above, would probably be the better griller or have better options for grilling. 

 

 

 

post #25 of 27

You may already know this but lowes has them (WSM) for $299.99 with free shipping to the store. I checked aimtofind.com and they are listed as $363.00

post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by LubbockSmoker View Post

You may already know this but lowes has them (WSM) for $299.99 with free shipping to the store. I checked aimtofind.com and they are listed as $363.00



That's for the 18" not the 22.5"

post #27 of 27

WSW all the way, you wont be disappointed.

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