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- Wed Mar 19, 2008 9:55 pm
- Forum: AMATEUR RADIO EQUIPMENT REVIEWS
- Topic: Yaesu FT-8800D (144/430 MHz Dual Band FM Transceiver)
- Replies: 2
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I've got the 8800 and its been toasted, frozen, shaken, dusted, and used hard. Not a hiccup yet. Around town I use the shorty dual band Larsen (Larson?) antenna. For the most part, this seems to be enough. When the distances open up, the longer Larson comes out. I've been able to hit repeaters over ...
Over time I find that my needs for my first aid kit have changed. Recently, I upgraded the kit to include a much larger container and more equipment. I opted for a Pelican case due to its tight seal, durable construction and choice of colors. It also didn’t hurt that the Pelican factory is about a m...
- Wed Mar 19, 2008 9:16 pm
- Forum: TRAIL RUN REPORTS
- Topic: Canyon de Chelly 2007
- Replies: 6
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Not long ago we visited Canyon de Chelly in Arizona on the Navajo Indian Reservation. Canyon de Chelly is in the northeastern most corner of Arizona. If you go off the main paved roads you must have a Navajo guide. Our trip had been planned for quite a while and there was a somewhat diverse group th...
- Wed Mar 19, 2008 5:43 pm
- Forum: FIREARMS
- Topic: The most important court decision about firearms in history
- Replies: 13
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For those that don't know, the United States Supreme Court is taking arguments this week regarding the DC ban on handguns. The scope of this decision is monumental as the court most likely will be deciding whether the Second Amendment to the Constitution protects a personal freedom to own and posses...