Originally Posted by Hook_Line_and_Sinker
I have that smoker , and it may cold smoke out of the box with some considerations
Althought it is insolated outside temps will impact smoking temps
I did manage to maintain 100 degrees on a 50 degree night - it was the coldest I could get it - I made a jerky run that night so it was ok
With colder outdoor temps it may be able to get a lower smoking temp, but there is a limit as to how small a fire you could maintain. It is a stumps smoker design and stump owners could pipe in with thier experience.
You could always use a cold smoke tray, but with that any smoker could work!
Is there something about the gravity-fed design that allows them to run cooler than my Pitmaker (which is a water smoker)? The fact that the fire box is offset? I'm just trying to figure out how you could get a smoker to run that low - i.e. 120 degrees without putting the fire out. I assume you're using a very small amount of fuel?