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Old 07-17-2017, 11:33 AM
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Default Ribeyes & Wings this Weekend

Fired up the Assassin 36" Grill for some ribeye steaks on Friday evening. Used Moore's Marinade & Montreal Steak Seasoning.







For Saturday lunch, I wanted wings. Marinaded in italian dressing, then applied a new rub I got, Victory Lane Garlic Jalepeno Season All. Finished them up with my own BBQ sauce kicked up with a few dashes of Texas Pete. Enjoy



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The assassin killed it! Mouth watering eats.
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Dem wangs look some kind a shor nuf good
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Never heard of that grill... Food looks excellent
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Looks great !!!
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Made me want some wings and some steak.

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Never heard of that grill... Food looks excellent
Assassin Smokers (www.assassin-smokers.com) makes a great line of gravity feed smokers & grills. Both are outstanding cookers.

The grills come in 36",48" & 72" models. They come standard with slide out ash pan, charcoal grate & water pan. They offer an optional V-pan, that is slotted on one side to use the grill as a smoker without a waterpan. Made from heavy duty steel with a fully insulated door. Holds temp easy & burn very little charcoal. They are made in Macon, GA.
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Assassin Smokers (www.assassin-smokers.com) makes a great line of gravity feed smokers & grills. Both are outstanding cookers.

The grills come in 36",48" & 72" models. They come standard with slide out ash pan, charcoal grate & water pan. They offer an optional V-pan, that is slotted on one side to use the grill as a smoker without a waterpan. Made from heavy duty steel with a fully insulated door. Holds temp easy & burn very little charcoal. They are made in Macon, GA.
Very nice. I'd imagine that 72" model would cook a whole hog without too much trouble.


Do you also have a gravity fed model ?

I'm guessing that's yours in the avatar pic.

How has it worked for you ?
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Yes, I have the 17 gravity feed model. It's the smallest one they make. Great smoker.

It has 3 racks. Each rack will hold a full size pan. I can get four 8 lb (aprox) butts per rack. I have run the smoker at 250 for over 9 hours on 2/3 bag of charcoal & still have some left when I shut it down. With the Pitmaster IQ 120 (included), it is really a set it & forget it cooker.

I did a review with pic of the smoker several months ago, but photobucket has probably blocked the images by now. I will get those pics uploaded again & post them.

Here are the pics.






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