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UHF/GMRS lic (which includes FRS users, of course)

Invested in Motorola XPR4550's (20w/40w), XPR6550's, XPR6530, plus many other HTT's.

Analog & DMR/digital, but I don't use RF comms much anymore these days.

Interest in Tech license, but too few are HAMs to justify any investment (money or time).

ETA: Good question.
 
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thatcabledude

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Since everybody likes pics:

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^The Midland MTX275’s “brain” is stashed away. Still using the tiny included antenna. Even still it reaches a couple miles though dense woods.
Will upgrade antenna soon.


And the old CB rig stashed inside the Tuffy:

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ga12r1

The "triple locked" king himself...
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I run a 40 watt Midland GMRS unit and always bring at least two handheld FRS radio to just in case someone in the group needs one.
 

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