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Unread 02-24-2014, 03:58 PM   #16
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I love my Assassin 28 it's an awesome smoker for the money, a lot of bang for the buck. The rebel line is made in the same shop as the assassin and is the same style of cooker. The customer service with the Assassin is second to none. Robin and Jeff are excellent to deal with. When buying your smoker take your time deciding and get the type of cooker that will best suit your needs. Good luck!
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Were you able to get it? Decent smokers never last long.
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If you can get a fair price, snatch it up, well worth it and I like red. You can always make a cart
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Yes I own it, he went hunting for a few days and is going to deliver it on Thursday. The side that is not picture has some paint rubbed off at the top where it fell over when they where putting it own the trailer. but other than some scratched paint I see no other damage.
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Anybody know the Byran Rabe that made the adapter plate for his. I would love to have one of those as it still has the old slide damper.
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Is that wild Bill's vault ?


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Well came across the vault yesterday on craigslist, used but comes with 2 extra racks, ash pan and wifi guru with 2 fans. I need to make a cart for it but it should work out and no waiting....Michael
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Is that wild Bill's vault ?

Yes anything I need to know? Thanks
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I was in his store a few weeks ago picking up some rub and saw it in the back.

Enjoy your new pit.


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I was in his store a few weeks ago picking up some rub and saw it in the back.

Enjoy your new pit.
So how is the rub? I have been using Texas BBQ rub but always looking for something new.
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So how is the rub? I have been using Texas BBQ rub but always looking for something new.
I have been using the Juicy Pig Rub lately for my PP and ribs , sometimes i'll add a little cayenne for a little more heat.

He also sells Yoder, Fast Eddy and a few other pellet cookers

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