Joe Wood of Weimar, Texas, built this 6 foot-11 custom barbecue pit in his home metal shop.
The barrel is 10 feet long and 8 inches in diameter and the entire rig is over 15 feet long. The pistol’s grips, which cover the firebox, are made of red oak. When cooking, the barrel acts as the grill’s chimney.
It took over two years and 1,100 hours to complete and used more than two tons of red oak, stainless, and carbon steel.
Related content you might like:
- 11 Best BBQ Grill Tool Sets for 2021
- 15 Best Outdoor Patio Coolers for 2021
- 10 Best Smoker Grill Combo Reviews for 2021
- 5 Best Outdoor Grill Prep Tables for 2021
- 10 Best Outdoor Portable Bar Carts for 2021
Understanding the USDA Beef Grading System
Ever wonder what the difference is between a Prime cut and a Choice cut of meat? In this article I’ll fill you in on the USDA’s grading system.
The 10 Best Flat Top Grills for 2021
A flat top grill can take your outdoor grilling to the next level. We have compiled a list of the best flat top grills for 2021.
10 Best Smoker Grill Combo Reviews for 2021
A smoker grill combo can take your outdoor grilling to the next level. We have compiled a list of the best smoker grill combos for 2021.
How To Grill Corn on the Cob
Grilled corn is super easy to prepare, and it looks and tastes great. Learn the best methods for how to grill corn on the cob.
The 21 Best Infrared Gas Grills for 2021
An infrared grill allows you to grill delicious food at high temperatures without flare-ups. Find the best infrared gas grills for 2021 here.
Grill Charms: The Fun Way to Note Your Meats
Grill Charms are similar in concept to the wine charm. These dime-sized solid stainless steel charms are placed in your food before grilling.