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About EricB1956

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  1. That's a start! Get your General, more fun on the HF bands imho. VHF and UHF are great for talking to in the area hams, but I like HF to talk to other states. Without a repeater, of course.
  2. Sure, in SHTF no one's gonna care if you're licensed or not. But, you're not going to know the effective combination of antennas and radios unless you're licensed and practicing before SHTF. Few seem to realize that.
  3. I'm trying to do the same, but it's gonna be a couple years before I'm able to buy land as well.
  4. Just for clarification y'all, it's "secede", not "succeed". Ferfuckssake.
  5. I'm open to trades, pm if interested so we don't clog up the forum.
  6. If you're looking for an HF radio I have a Yaesu FT-DX3000D that I'm going to be selling.
  7. Yup, Sedgwick county, ham so much I've got the bone. Most of my stuff is tube radios, Collins 75A-4, a couple of Kenwood hybrids, etc. Have portable solar powered backup radios as well.
  8. Sure, if I’m using that frequency to share information only I’m not going to care if I can hear them or not. It’s only in a SHTF scenario anyway. Currently, I don’t even use the Chicken Band, but it’s nice to know I can if I have to.
  9. Bad thing is with the call is that everyone knows who you are and where you live. I'd prefer to keep that under wraps publicly.
  10. Comms, I'd edit your callsign off your post if I was you, OPSEC and all. But I too, monitor 80m, 40m and 20m every day. I don't get on 70cm and 2m as much as I probably should though.
  11. That's why I like my old tube radios, they do 11m (CB). 100 watts isn't legal now, but SHTF it won't matter.

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