Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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I was looking at a spinning steel target in a catalog that says its
for 9mm to .30-06. I was just wondering, if using a 30-06, what kind
of safety zone is needed to be a safe distance for ricochetes?

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I was looking at a spinning steel target in a catalog that says its
for 9mm to .30-06. I was just wondering, if using a 30-06, what kind
of safety zone is needed to be a safe distance for ricochetes?


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What, you think we don't shoot before and after our BBQs?


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On 4/5/2011 6:05 AM, Pico Rico wrote:
I was looking at a spinning steel target in a catalog that says its
for 9mm to .30-06. I was just wondering, if using a 30-06, what kind
of safety zone is needed to be a safe distance for ricochetes?


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Whoops, sorry...wrong group.




What, you think we don't shoot before and after our BBQs?




Amen! Shoot what goes in the pit and shoot the
first ******* to criticize the food after.
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What, you think we don't shoot before and after our BBQs?




Amen! Shoot what goes in the pit and shoot the
first ******* to criticize the food after.


Or just clay pigeons for the fun of it:



got a recipe for them darn things?




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On Apr 5, 10:55*am, Omelet wrote:
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What, you think we don't shoot before and after our BBQs?


Amen! Shoot what goes in the pit and shoot the
first ******* to criticize the food after.


Or just clay pigeons for the fun of it:


got a recipe for them darn things?


Nah. *I get 'em prebaked at Cabela's...
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Do they tend tobe dry? What if you brined them first?
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On Apr 5, 10:55 am, Omelet wrote:
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"Pico Rico" wrote:



What, you think we don't shoot before and after our BBQs?


Amen! Shoot what goes in the pit and shoot the
first ******* to criticize the food after.


Or just clay pigeons for the fun of it:


got a recipe for them darn things?


Nah. I get 'em prebaked at Cabela's...
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Peace! Om

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Do they tend tobe dry? What if you brined them first?


The heritage breed hold up well in the brine, but the new breeds such as the
biodegradable tend to fall apart in a brine. The heritage breed with its
high pitch content is "self smoking".


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On Tue, 05 Apr 2011 21:01:50 -0500, Omelet
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"Pico Rico" wrote:

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On Apr 5, 10:55 am, Omelet wrote:
In article ,
"Pico Rico" wrote:



What, you think we don't shoot before and after our BBQs?

Amen! Shoot what goes in the pit and shoot the
first ******* to criticize the food after.

Or just clay pigeons for the fun of it:

got a recipe for them darn things?

Nah. I get 'em prebaked at Cabela's...


Do they tend tobe dry? What if you brined them first?


The heritage breed hold up well in the brine, but the new breeds such as the
biodegradable tend to fall apart in a brine. The heritage breed with its
high pitch content is "self smoking".


And they smoke nicely!
The Biodegradable breed are also slightly more fragile tho' so a single
pellet can smoke them.


Well I'm glad I was at least able to bring out a good bit of humor
with my mis-post!


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