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Walmart cleared a bunch of this out in the spring for as low as $2 a bag, I stocked up on about a dozen bags then from $2-$7 each. If you need some now I would just get enough to get you through the season, then stock up next spring, they seem to always clear out old stock then, 2nd year in a row that I've been able to stock up at those prices.
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Walmart cleared a bunch of this out in the spring for as low as $2 a bag, I stocked up on about a dozen bags then from $2-$7 each. If you need some now I would just get enough to get you through the season, then stock up next spring, they seem to always clear out old stock then, 2nd year in a row that I've been able to stock up at those prices.
Good to know. Thanks! I'll be sure to check next spring.
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Also many stores have Western brand 30Lb bag for $7.88
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Isn't cowboy one of the lowest rated lump charcoal brands? I remember researching it once, and think it had a high percentage of tiny chunks, low heat output, and high quantity of foreign objects. I think it said they use scraps from a moulding or flooring factory for cowboy charcoal. Maybe I'm wrong. I usually go with Royal oak lump, unless I make my own.

here's the review. http://www.nakedwhiz.com/lumpdata...bag108.htm
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I have went through 2 bags of this. Not too bad so far.
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I have went through 2 bags of this. Not too bad so far.
Second that. I am going to pick up more
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For the record, this is the worst lump charcoal. Avoid.
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Can't wait to get this for my kid for an early Christmas present
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The Western #30 is $7.88 here and down to $3 in some places if you can find it. Been using it non stop in my Kamado Joe
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Have some on the Primo now. It is ok, diffenately not the best I have used. While lighting it sparks ALOT when lighting which is suppose to be a sign of a poor product. Once burning it seems to hold temp well, so I will use this bag and go back too my default.
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Garbage lump. Found a nail in the wood last time I used it and it burned green when I lit it like newspaper does when it burns. If you're gonna go cheap buy Royal Oak. It's at least decent quality. If you want GOOD lump buy Fogo. Guaranteed 80% of the bag is 4 inches or bigger.
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Isn't cowboy one of the lowest rated lump charcoal brands? I remember researching it once, and think it had a high percentage of tiny chunks, low heat output, and high quantity of foreign objects. I think it said they use scraps from a moulding or flooring factory for cowboy charcoal. Maybe I'm wrong. I usually go with Royal oak lump, unless I make my own.

here's the review. http://www.nakedwhiz.com/lumpdata...bag108.htm
I believe they switched sources of wood. Last bag I bought was pretty good. I just make my own now out of pecan.
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I believe they switched sources of wood. Last bag I bought was pretty good. I just make my own now out of pecan.
Yeah, I saw that on the new review. So jealous that you have a pecan source. I have all the oak I want, so that's what I use... Boo hoo, right?
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Doesn't get as hot as Royal Oak, does however have a nice oak mesquite taste. If you are not searing thick steaks and doing BBQ or slow and low this will do the Job nicely. It burns very slow and one big pile lasts 2 cooks easily.
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