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  • Re: Way OT - Keltec Pistols

    I also have a Glock 19,  9mm which has a 17+1 capacity, but it's not my carry around.  It's too big for my front pocket.  All the girls think I'm happy to see them.   :))
    And....are they wrong?????
  • Re: mangrates

    Mangrates, geez the name is even incorrect. Grates hold up the charcoal, grids are what you cook on, should have been named Mangrids....
    Obviously named by someone who knew little about grilling. 

    The CI grid will hold the heat to provide nice grid marks on food. Some prefer a total surface browning and not a surface browning with charred (burned) mark patterns. To each his own. 

    I like the look of a CI grid diamond so I use my CI grid to reverse sear. Others use the caveman or Trex technique, not better, just different.

    I recall an aluminum (I think) version of this for use with gassers, Super-grid?
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