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An unforseen Christmas gift from me.

post #1 of 13
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Well today I got my first smoker it is an Old country Brazos smoker sells for $999.99 it has been used once still has the sticker on it and he needed $200.00 and he sold it to me for $200.00 ,I said are you sure he said yes. So now I can start learning the art of smoking!
post #2 of 13

Wow...Congrats!  That's a nice score.  Now get smokin', and don't forget to post the qview!

 

Red

post #3 of 13
nice catch... BUT

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post #4 of 13

:th_What_NO_QVIEW:

post #5 of 13
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lol hang on just got it this afternoon but it's coming the good...and the bad.
post #6 of 13

Great score let us know how it goes

post #7 of 13

Nice scoreth_nopicsye3.gif

Happy smoken.

David

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I've got the Brazos. About 1 1/2 years after upgrading from a NBBD. I love it. It's heavy as all get out though. A couple of months ago I noticed that the end of my front porch deck and roof was sagging. Yeah, you guessed it. Now I've got the deck jacked up and supported, with additional support under where the Brazos will go. It's sitting on a trailer in the back yard. Too wet to get my truck in there and bring it around front.

 

I like to smoke year round and this has put a damper on things. I did a turkey Thanksgiving morning and with the cold and mud it was miserable. I do see the light at the end of the tunnel though.

 

Hope you like your Brazos!

Regards

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post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by kscaddo View Post

I've got the Brazos. About 1 1/2 years after upgrading from a NBBD. I love it. It's heavy as all get out though. A couple of months ago I noticed that the end of my front porch deck and roof was sagging. Yeah, you guessed it. Now I've got the deck jacked up and supported, with additional support under where the Brazos will go. It's sitting on a trailer in the back yard. Too wet to get my truck in there and bring it around front.

I like to smoke year round and this has put a damper on things. I did a turkey Thanksgiving morning and with the cold and mud it was miserable. I do see the light at the end of the tunnel though.

Hope you like your Brazos!

Thank ks and everybody I will get some pics but right now I'm in a motel room in Bedford Va. just started a job up here. I was saving my money I have bought a 250 gal propane tank to build a RF smoker but at what I bought this one for I couldn't pass on it.But I'm going to have fun learning to smoke on it!
Regards
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lol hang on just got it this afternoon but it's coming the good...and the bad.

Hey bench , where's that smokah ? sausage.gifsausage.gifsausage.gif
post #12 of 13
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Hey Hambone I'm still working in Va. 4 hrs from home.
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Hey Hambone I'm still working in Va. 4 hrs from home.

Ok , bro. No pressure. Just makin sure you're ok. I didn't see your new post....it was all wrapped in that other quote....my bad, we'll see it when you get home. Happy new year !
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