In 2010, welding students Stefan Harlicker, Mark Ramsay, Garret Belgarde, Dylan Decrow and Kanyen Bauer of Idaho’s Sandpoint High School spent nearly an entire school year creating a tow-able bbq grill in the likeness of a .500 Smith and Wesson Magnum revolver. The 15-foot-long bbq grill was commissioned by Idaho gun retailer Wrenco Arms who uses it as a marketing tool for their business. I’m hoping they are using a Condiment Gun to put ketchup and mustard on their grillables.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to enjoy delicious home-smoked meats. The ugly drum smoker can be constructed in a weekend, and does the job just as well as any expensive pre-constructed smoking machine. Follow our step-by-step guide to make your very own.