Charcoal
Bullet Smoker
MSRP:
79.99

20060116 Charcoal Bullet Smoker, Masterbuilt Manufacturing, Columbus, GA.  Photo by John David Helms, www.masterbuilt.com

20060116 Charcoal Bullet Smoker, Masterbuilt Manufacturing, Columbus, GA.  Photo by John David Helms, www.masterbuilt.comBullet Smoker, Masterbuilt Manufacturing, Columbus, GA.  Photo by John David Helms, www.masterbuilt.com20060116 Charcoal Bullet Smoker, Masterbuilt Manufacturing, Columbus, GA.  Photo by John David Helms, www.masterbuilt.com20078516 and 20060116 Bullet smokers with food, Masterbuilt Manufacturing, Columbus, GA.  Photo by John David Helms, www.masterbuilt.com
The Masterbuilt Charcoal Bullet Smoker is perfect for backyard grilling, tailgate parties or camping. Whether smoking foods for your family and friends at home or on-the-go, Masterbuilt makes smoking simple.

Features
  • Two porcelain-coated cooking grates — smoke 50 lbs. of food!
  • Front-access door makes adding charcoal easy
  • Built-in lid thermometer provides an accurate temperature reading
  • Porcelain-coated charcoal pan and water bowl
  • Top air damper
Specifications
Model Number20060116Length19.1 inches
Weight15.7 poundsWidth21.7 inches
Cooking Space365 sq. inchesHeight31.50 inches
ColorBlackHeating Element15,400 BTU stainless steel burner
Fuel TypeCharcoal
Support
Curing your smoker will rid the unit of manufacturing oils, allowing them to burn off. Pre-season your smoker prior to first use.
1. Perform soapy water test (link here).
2. Using a napkin or cloth, rub a light coat of cooking oil on smoker racks and inside smoker door. Make sure water pan is in place with NO WATER.
3. Fill wood chip tray with up to 1 cup of wood chips and light your smoker. Close door.
4. Let the smoker burn for about 1 hour. Make sure temperature reaches 350°F (177°C).
5. Allow unit to cool completely.
6. Reapply light coat of cooking oil on smoker racks and inside of smoker door.
7. Re-light smoker and burn for 20 minutes.
* Cure your smoker periodically to prevent excessive rust.
When cleaning your smoker, use 50/50 hot water and apple cider vinegar in a spray bottle and shake well. Use a soft sponge. It is very important not to use harsh chemicals to clean your smoker.
You may use dry or pre-soaked wood chips in your smoker. Dry chips will burn faster and produce more intense smoke. Chips pre-soaked in water (for approximately 30 minutes) will burn slower and produce a less intense smoke.
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