I was checking out the KCBS rules and they state that a smoker must not be electric. Does this apply to pellet smokers like Trager which use electricity to power the augers and blowers? - at least that's how I'm told they work.
Location: Savannah, GA and Somewhere near Lexington, NC
Originally Posted by D.Harris
Have a friend building his own cooker, which he is constructing so that he may use either wood or gas. Is he legal in a comp just using wood or charcoal even though there is the presence of a gas burner???
Yes, as long as he only uses the gas for the initial lighting the other fuel.
He would be wise to disconnect the gas hose after lighting.
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