If you’ve ever gotten frustrated with food falling through the grill during your cookouts, worry no more, and show your support for the NRA while you’re at it. Arteflame is one of the latest companies to partner with the NRA, and will be offering grills with a laser-cut image of the NRA logo in the center grate.
Arteflame, based in Cincinnati, proudly says its products are made in the USA, and the company uses only U.S. steel in their fabrication.
The NRA logo is cut into the center grate as part of the partnership.
If you’re not familiar with the company’s line, it boasts a combination of form and function in manufacturing its fire pit grills. The chef fills it with wood or charcoal, fires it up and can cook on a solid surface that covers all but the center of the grill top, or a slatted grate that can be put over the center of the bowl. The design of the fire bowl is such that the solid surface heats up to grill food without flare-ups. The company says clean-up is a breeze, requiring only that you scrape off the debris then wipe down the steel with olive oil.
At 40 inches wide, you can cooks for a huge gathering of people with ease. You’d be the hit of the tailgating party.
Whether you opt for a version with a tall base (38 inches high), a short base (24 inches high and the option pictured at the top of this article) or just the fire bowl (12 inches high), it’s sturdy enough to stay outdoors year-round, too.
Interested in seeing how it’s made? Go here to watch the machining process.