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    Charcoal

    Thinking bout making my own lump charcoal was wondering if anyone ever tried it looks like it's pretty easy to do.

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    Ive never tried it but there are videos on you tube about folks making it for blacksmithing.

    Its probably better for you than buying that stuff at the store which can contain salt treated, anything else treated.... plywood....OSB... old pallet wood.

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    Ive tried lots of Lump and I like Royal Oak from WalMart the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trai View Post
    Thinking bout making my own lump charcoal was wondering if anyone ever tried it looks like it's pretty easy to do.
    It's basically cooked wood. I know that from experimenting with making my own black powder. It's all on the internet. Nothing I have done myself.
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    I also like the Royal Oak lump.

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