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Old 11-14-2018, 04:35 PM   #1
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Anybody know anything about Primitive Pits? I keep seeing them on social media but I never hear anybody bring them up here.

http://www.primitivepits.com/
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Old 11-14-2018, 04:41 PM   #2
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2k for a propane tank smoker, that only holds 4 briskets? I could not do that.
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I like their stuff. It’d be on my short list.


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Old 11-14-2018, 09:38 PM   #4
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My Dad Haden aluminum PK when I was a kid about 65 years ago. I don't guess it was primative but it was a long time ago. It really grilled a good burger. I think I read somewhere recently that someone is making the PK again. I'd like to have one just for. Old times sake.
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My Dad Haden aluminum PK when I was a kid about 65 years ago. I don't guess it was primative but it was a long time ago. It really grilled a good burger. I think I read somewhere recently that someone is making the PK again. I'd like to have one just for. Old times sake.






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"Franklin Style" I guess you have to be "Rich" to afford one of these "Franklin Style" smokers at over 2k.
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Anybody know anything about Primitive Pits? I keep seeing them on social media but I never hear anybody bring them up here.

http://www.primitivepits.com/

You going to send $4,000 to a company you dont even know exists? Neither is anyone else....
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You going to send $4,000 to a company you dont even know exists? Neither is anyone else....
The "Babe" is under 2k, the Bubba is close to 4k, I can't imagine how much the "Bull" cost. You need to call for price. I wonder if "Franklin" would answer?
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Old 11-15-2018, 03:37 AM   #9
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I like mill scale and moberg better
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Old 11-15-2018, 06:51 AM   #10
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"Franklin Style" I guess you have to be "Rich" to afford one of these "Franklin Style" smokers at over 2k.
Yeah, and you don't even get a paint job out of it. Lame.
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My take, no paint and not even a stinking shelf. Run, run long run fast run hard but run. Now this is just my opinion there is company out here I believe selling unpainted smokers too. I guess if your into rat rods this works for you. Again just my opinion.
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it seems like unpainted pits are gaining popularity in recent years. You see more and more of them since Franklin became so popular.
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it seems like unpainted pits are gaining popularity in recent years. You see more and more of them since Franklin became so popular.
Well, you know the lack of paint, on his cooker, is what makes his food good. IMO, this is nothing more, than someone trying to cash in on Franklin's popularity. If most people seen those cookers on CL for those prices, they would laugh. Not saying they aren't any good, but the prices are absurd, for what you are getting.
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Old 11-15-2018, 02:52 PM   #14
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Just using the name "Franklin" for one of their cookers kinda sets of the "shady chit" alarm bells for me.
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I wish moberg made a 120 gallon pit - i would be all over it
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