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Unread 12-27-2012, 12:33 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Big Mike's BBQ View Post
Here is a good one from Hawgeyes BBQ that is less expensive. I know a few guys that have on and use it alot.

http://php2.secure-shopping.com/hawg...ome.php?cat=29

Big Mike
I bought that one ( smoke pistol) a while back for my la caja China. But the PolyScience one is well rated, and more practical when you don't need a whole cannister of smoke wood. You see them used often on food shows.

PolyScience was founded by a Foodie techno-geek (I say that with respect) here in the Chi-Town area,and they also market the anti-griddle and some awesome sous-vide equipment.

I can think of some old high school pals that would have LOVED a smoking gun

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