Char-Griller 725 sq. inch Outlaw Charcoal Grill, Black, 2137

Walmart # 001620256

Char-Griller 725 sq. inch Outlaw Charcoal Grill, Black, 2137

Walmart # 001620256
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Product highlights

  • Grill has 1038-sq. in. total cooking surface
  • Easy-dump ash pan
  • Adjustable charcoal grate
  • Protect your new grill with Char-Griller’s Outlaw Cover model 3737

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Highlights

  • Grill has 1038-sq. in. total cooking surface
  • Easy-dump ash pan
  • Adjustable charcoal grate
  • Protect your new grill with Char-Griller’s Outlaw Cover model 3737

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About This Item

  • Grill has 1038-sq. in. total cooking surface
  • Easy-dump ash pan
  • Adjustable charcoal grate
  • Protect your new grill with Char-Griller’s Outlaw Cover model 3737

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1-5 of 66 reviews

Two Chicks -- One Hour

Texans don't take BBQing lightly, and this BBQ really exceeded my epectations. The box was quite heavy so make sure to either take someone to help you or ask an employee for assistance. I opened my box as soon as I got home and started taking things out to get ready to assemble it. I have never put anything together before as my husband usually does this type of thing. BUT I DIDN'T WANT TO WAIT FOR HIM TO DO IT!!! So I and my teenager daughter managed to put it together quite well in a little under an hour. We spent the next day doing the curing process as described in the manual, and then the pay off. We cooked about 20 sausages, about 10 leg quarters, and 5 steaks, and we still had plenty of room left over. I'm not sure if the picture I'm putting into here has all the meat on the grill or just some of what I said up there, but either way YOU CAN SEE THE AMOUNT OF MEAT THIS THING CAN HOLD!!! It's amazing it really is. Truly happy with my BBQ...

I knew what I was getting

Chargriller design is pretty standard thru most of the grill models. I chose the Outlaw because of the larger cooking area. I got the SFB from another source. Came thru Site to Store in fine shape and very quickly (4 days). Solidly built unit with a few minor flaws in fit (slight warpage/gaps between bottom and top halves). Much better to deal with that than to spend $700 for the next step up. I did quite a bit of research on forums dealing with smokers so I knew what I was getting and what to expect. Was able to put it together by myself in about 2 hours. The spacer between the SFB and leg brace for stabilizing were too long. Used a Dremel tool to shorten to 7/8 inch and they work perfectly. Also used the Dremel to grind the 10 small compression welds off the "footballs" on both units, then a 2X4 and heavy hammer to finished the job. Everything else was pretty straight forward. Modification: Turned the coal grate in big box over to use as a baffle to disperse heat better. It can be turned back over to use the cook chamber as a grill. Ran aluminum dryer vent from exhaust stack down to grate level to keep more heat in unit. Raised coal grate in SFB above slide out ash tray for easy ash removal without losing heat and to allow more air under coals. Made a coal basket to keep coals from spreading out too much. Also added 2 quality therms to lid just above grate level, one 6" from SFB and one 6" from right side of smoker box. Future plans are to replace the wheels with something more robust. If you're going to use the Outlaw without the SFB. only the vent extension is recommended. Mine is going to be a dedicated smoker so these have been highly recommended on several forums and are not hard to do. Do some research there rather than rely JUST on purchase reviews. One more seasoning burn to go then the spare ribs will go on for my first cook. I'm confident this unit is going to put out some fine smoked goodies.

PRETTY DARN GOOD!

Hey everyone... I know that this product may seem to be a little bit large... or perhaps you don't want to spend that extra bit of money, but let me tell you that it is well worth it! The instructions were ok. It did take two people to get the thing together, but it was pretty darn easy! The product itself is quite well built. I do plan on replacing the shelves as soon as I can. The wood is rather delicate and I want to bulk that up. I did add the firebox to the side and that sucker is smokin away now! I have smoked 9 racks of ribs and about 30 pounds of chicken on this baby and it performed exactly as I had hoped. It held the temp well, and it is almost as if it told me when I needed to add more wood or charcoal. Very, very easy... Get one, you won't regret it.
DELISH!!!!!

Outlaw Char Grill

Very happy with this charcoal grill, it seems very well built and the grates are made from cast metal which is great to cook on, With the smoker side box you can really smoke a lot of food on the large cooking grates. Great purchase very happy with this grill.

It works for me

it was a little damage on the conner when i got it but a hammer took care of that it took awhile to put it togther but i like it
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