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AverageJoe26
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Hwy 42
Member since Sep 2012
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Fire pit recommendations
Want to get the parents in law a nice fire pit for Christmas. Something free standing. Any recommendations on local (Ascension/BR) places to look aside from Lowe's/HD?


Uncle JackD
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Member since Nov 2007
57251 posts

re: Fire pit recommendations
Solo stove. Hands down the best IMO.


Shotgun Willie
Member since Apr 2016
2043 posts

re: Fire pit recommendations
Yeah...our neighbors have a solo stove and I'm looking at getting one now.


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skidry
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Member since Jul 2009
2050 posts

re: Fire pit recommendations
Creative Cajun Cutting has made a few things for my family. They’re on FB. Can make almost anything you want. Not sure what you want to spend but these are custom cut with high pressure water. This is not mass manufactured


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jennyjones
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re: Fire pit recommendations
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Want to get the parents in law a nice fire pit for Christmas. Something free standing. Any recommendations on local (Ascension/BR) places to look aside from Lowe's/HD?


Check out BBQGuys. I recently bought a stainless steel drop in pan for a fire pit from them

They are national online outfit that is based in Baton Rouge and have a local showroom

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LSU-MNCBABY
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Member since Jan 2004
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re: Fire pit recommendations
Have a solo stove Yukon and it’s awesome


ChadJones4Heisman
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2008
2274 posts

re: Fire pit recommendations
Idk why there were 5 DV for the initial Solo Stove post, but as others said, I really enjoy mine. If loaded right and with seasoned wood, the flame is really nice and smoke free. Super warm and very mobile as well


humblepie
LSU Fan
Member since May 2008
449 posts

re: Fire pit recommendations
Those solo stoves look nice and I may get one once I move into my new house. If people have some negative things to say about them I would love to hear it before I spend my money.


Hermit Crab
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Under the Sea
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re: Fire pit recommendations
just got a solo stove from Costco online. $50 cheaper than the website, but they only have the medium sized one.


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STBTigerr
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Mandeville/New Orleans
Member since Jan 2007
5215 posts

re: Fire pit recommendations
I’ve been having a solostove for about 3 years and love it. As long as the wood you start out with is seasoned, it’s virtually smokeless. Once it gets going, it puts off a ton of heat.


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