Introducing M Grills - Texas shaped bbq pits.

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Introducing M Grills - Texas shaped bbq pits.

Postby M Grills » Wed Mar 25, 2015 10:06 am

Hello everyone.

I just want to take some time to introduce myself. I am Travis Magee, owner of M Grills. We make handcrafted bbq grills made in Texas.

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Here are some key features about our grills:

Solid 1/4" stainless steel cooking grates we make ourselves.

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We have 3 sizes to choose from. The Chief and Boss Hoss are made from 10 gauge steel. The Little Hoss versions are 12 gauge steel. The Little Hoss Tailgating version is perfect for showing your Texas Pride while on camping trips or sporting events.

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All handles and hardware are stainless steel.
Tel-Tru thermometers.
Every grill has an easy cleaning lid (ash lid) and comes with a long tool for scooping our your ashes.
Every grill also comes with a set of grate lifting tools.
For smoking, you simply remove the bottom coal grate and replace it with our custom heat deflector/drip pan. Insert the shorter coal grate into the very bottom of the pic and now you can add more large chunks of wood through the ash lid during long smokes.
We also offer them in colors! Orange, Metallic Blue, Pewter, and of course Satin Black.

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Our grills are extremely heavy duty and built to last. We build everything in house except for the casters, thermometers, and name plates. (We make sure even those are made in America!)


Please visit our website for more information. You can also contact us at 972-285-2554.
We are located in Mesquite, Texas.

Thank you.

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Postby Gator » Wed Mar 25, 2015 10:26 am

They look good, wondering how they cook...?
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Postby M Grills » Wed Mar 25, 2015 11:08 am

They cook great. Burgers, steaks, chops, you name it. Hams, ribs, and even briskets with no problem.
I will have videos very soon showing you how we accomplish long smokes on our grills without having to open the lid. We turn the grill into a vertical smoker with ease and it works great.
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Postby DATsBBQ » Wed Mar 25, 2015 4:49 pm

Price points?
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Re: Introducing M Grills - Texas shaped bbq pits.

Postby riseabove50 » Thu Mar 26, 2015 8:45 am

i'd like to see some pics of it open.
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Postby misterlarry » Fri Mar 27, 2015 5:27 pm

I likey! How do they cook?
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Postby Boots » Fri Mar 27, 2015 7:43 pm

No maroon? Not a buyer.
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Postby M Grills » Thu Apr 23, 2015 1:03 pm

Come out and see the M Grill in person at Fort Worth's MAYFEST April 30 - May 3 at Trinity Park.
M Grills will be in the Arts and Gift Market vendor area. We will have show specials on all of our grills available for order and pick up a set of our new M Grill Grate Tools! These Grate Tools make the perfect gift for anyone who loves to grill.

Visit https://www.mayfest.org for details.

Here is a pic of the Boss Hoss (our medium size grill) with the lid open and closed.
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Check out our craftsmanship video for a peak into what we put into our Texas shaped grills.
https://youtu.be/7qfGcwi_Q1A

Price Points start off at $650 for our Little Hoss tailgater size and $750 for the Little Hoss with taller legs.
Boss Hoss is $1200 and The Chief (our largest Texas grill) is $2000.


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Postby OutlawNinja » Thu Apr 23, 2015 3:00 pm

very nice!
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Introducing M Grills Texas shaped bbq pits

Postby RafaelAneDa » Wed Mar 29, 2017 10:31 pm

With those prices I can see the next generation of Genesis restores will be the E/W 300s, around here theyre cheaper than the 1000 series grills and silver Bs now.

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