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Old 04-04-2013, 09:24 AM   #18
Gnaws on Pigs
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Join Date: 05-22-10
Location: Smoky Mountains, NC
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VA Dave, I've found all kinds of crap in Cowboy-insulation, rocks, plywood, wire, and Unidentified Farking Objects. Also, a lot of the Cowboy used to be 90% scrap lumber instead of wood chunks, I got a whole bag that still had the tongue and groove milling on it, I coulda snapped it together for a solid charcoal floor. I haven't bought any Cowboy in a few years, though-someone on here said a while back that they had improved it considerably from the old stuff.
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