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honestly, man...RW is worth the extra bread. As is OO, and Fogo (if delivered properly).SeahawksEGGHead said:Does Firecraft ever put their Rockwood on sale? I'm still using Royal Oak, since it's closer to $.74 per pound rather than $1 a pound.
YEMTrey said:My FedEx guy was pi$$ed when mine were delivered. Matter of fact he left the box in the back of the delivery truck and rang my doorbell. I had to go out and help him get the box out of the truck and get it to my driveway. He wouldn't take it any farther than that. I had to open the box and carry the bags of lump to my garage one by one from there.
both of you guys probably wear collared shirts with alligators on thier tit. That's ok, I don't judgeEggcelsior said:That's a big NOPE. First popular engine was a liquid cooled inline 6. It just went in airplanes.Eggcelsior said:BMWs are a blast! Gotta love those in line 6s. Wait, what?glad I went with the straight 6...Real BMW's have boxer engines...[-X
This is my experience too. A local Ace just started carrying WGWW and I really like it. I usually do an order from Firecraft for 80lbs of Rockwood and 20Lbs of OO, but will be mixing in the WGWW as well. The lump lasts a looong time, imo.lousubcap said:I find both Rockwood and Wicked Good Weekend Warrior to be more "smoke neutral" than Ozark Oak. That said, I prefer the smoke neutral lump to enable smoke wood profiling as mentioned by @Mkadilla above. To each his/her own. FWIW-