Posted on Jul 27, 2015
CW3 Kevin Storm
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Full disclaimer, I own both a Weber 22inch charcoal grill, and a Weber Q 100 propane grill.

Both have their place, I can do everything on the 22 inch, but it is time consuming. If time is available, it is my go to tool in the BBQ QUIVER.

Flip side, is my Q 100, portability like no other grill out there, you can tail gate, camp, do anything with this portable grill. I make the most awesome salmon burger you will ever taste. But can you smoke a piece of meat on this, yes, and no. It will do the job the 22" will do. So Rally Point what is your take on this choice of fuels?
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MSG Wade Huffman
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For GRILLING, gas. For BBQing, it's hardwood. If you don't understand the difference, then the question is moot.
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SPC Jan Allbright, M.Sc., R.S.
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Gas just ain't BBQ.
Oak, Mesquite or go home!
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MAJ Ken Landgren
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Charcoal and wood for the full flavor.
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