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Confusing number of smokers... want to buy a propane smoker..which one?

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I have an electric Masterbuilt pro for a little over a year and have done every cut of meat imaginable, and have loved the results with a couple of exceptions... it is hard to maintain constant temp over 200 to 215 and everytime you open the door to add chips or water, the temp takes a bit to come back up. I am looking to buy a gas smoker with 2 compartments (doors or drawers) an am looking for opinions on what kind to purchase. I have been researching for more than a month and thought it wisest to collect opinions from the "user experts"
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I currently own a Rec Tec electric pellet smoker and would not take anything for it.  It holds the set temp exactly with little or no problems.  So I guess my answer is I would not but a propane smoker.

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I have an electric Masterbuilt pro for a little over a year and have done every cut of meat imaginable, and have loved the results with a couple of exceptions... it is hard to maintain constant temp over 200 to 215 and everytime you open the door to add chips or water, the temp takes a bit to come back up. I am looking to buy a gas smoker with 2 compartments (doors or drawers) an am looking for opinions on what kind to purchase. I have been researching for more than a month and thought it wisest to collect opinions from the "user experts"


The recovery time is usually no problem.... Smoking meats just takes time.... sometimes days....
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