Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

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Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

Postby Country House BBQ » Tue Aug 13, 2013 7:10 pm

Bought it for about $350.00 at Academy

- The Old Country BBQ Pits Ranch Hand Coal Smoker features all-welded steel construction and heat-resistant paint for durability. The drop-in steel front table and slide-out cooking grate offer ample preparation space, while the sturdy steel bottom shelf provides convenient storage. Wagon wheels offer easy transport.

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Features and Benefits

All-welded steel construction with durable heat-resistant paint
Stainless-steel "stay cool" handles for safety
Drop-in steel front table and slide-out cooking grate offer ample preparation space
Heavy-duty coal grate
Sturdy steel bottom shelf provides convenient storage
Wagon wheels offer easy transport
Manufacturer Warranty (general): Lifetime limited
Product Weight (lb.): 215
Assembly Required Flag: No
Product Width (in.): 20
Fuel Type: Coal and wood
Manufacturer Warranty - General: Lifetime limited
Product Depth (in.): 56
Product Height (in.): 48
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Re: Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

Postby tex_toby » Wed Aug 14, 2013 3:49 pm

That's a nice pit for the money. :thap:
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Re: Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

Postby dadymat » Thu Sep 05, 2013 11:24 pm

ive been looking at those......how do they cook?...pros/cons?
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Re: Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

Postby Gooboybbq » Fri Sep 06, 2013 1:16 am

WOW!....we want anything like that, where lookin at $1000 (OZ Dollars)....im lucky my smoker cost me $550, an thats for a meadioker smoker.....im jelious of u guys and the ampel amount of bbq/smokers u have.....sometimes i wish i was born in Texas :thap:

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Re: Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

Postby Red Farr » Fri Sep 06, 2013 8:23 am

Gooboybbq I saw a bumper sticker the other day that said "I wasn't born in Texas but I got here as soon as I could" Plenty of room for ya ... Red
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Re: Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

Postby Gooboybbq » Fri Sep 06, 2013 3:22 pm

cheers red...gonna visit as soon as i can...everything is big in texas...yay!!
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Re: Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

Postby Country House BBQ » Sat Oct 12, 2013 5:58 pm

ive been looking at those......how do they cook?...pros/cons?

You have to install your own temp gauge but it captures good heat flow and just is a great size pit for it's prize.

I have no complaints and the food speaks for itself.
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Re: Old Country BBQ Pitt Ranch Hand Coal Smoker

Postby jerodpb » Sun Oct 13, 2013 8:19 am

Those things seem to about the best bang for your money for an offset for under $500

I just can't bring myself to get another offset without an insulated firebox...my tricked out COS with welding blanket does not like temp's under 50 :roll:

May drop some coin on a PBC next week, got folks wanting stuff done for Thanksgiving week. Plus the PBC won't cut into too much deer hunting time :wink:
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