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Victor alpha 10
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Call Sign : 26-CT-3025
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Join date : 2019-08-06
QTH or Location : blackburn lancashier
Equipment Used : cobra 19 am, pmr icom digital baofeng pmr
Age : 64

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PostSubject: My pmr radios    My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeTue Aug 06, 2019 6:41 pm

Call sign channel 8 My pmr radios  A8ae7010
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Call Sign : 26-CT-3025
Posts : 8
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Join date : 2019-08-06
QTH or Location : blackburn lancashier
Equipment Used : cobra 19 am, pmr icom digital baofeng pmr
Age : 64

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PostSubject: Re: My pmr radios    My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeTue Aug 06, 2019 6:41 pm

Love these I take them on holiday in uk and have good qsl
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Call Sign : 26-CT-3025
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Join date : 2019-08-06
QTH or Location : blackburn lancashier
Equipment Used : cobra 19 am, pmr icom digital baofeng pmr
Age : 64

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PostSubject: Re: My pmr radios    My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeTue Aug 06, 2019 7:24 pm

my call sign is CT3025 73s
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QTH or Location : Northumberland
Equipment Used : FT991a FT51r FT817nd Alinco DR-135UK to name a few

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PostSubject: Re: My pmr radios    My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeFri Aug 16, 2019 4:31 pm

Looks like you have the same problem as me, too many hand held radios, my mrs thinks they breed when nobody is looking, going to sell a few as it does the batteries no good just sitting there, even tried giving some away to my nephew but he has no interest at all, people keep giving me old CB 27/81 hand helds for some reason, now I have 5 of the things! 2 2 channel ones and 3 40 channel ones and they all work but nobody is on CB around here anymore, I will line them all up and take a picture for a laugh and post it up all 13 of them.

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Call Sign : 26-CT-3025
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QTH or Location : blackburn lancashier
Equipment Used : cobra 19 am, pmr icom digital baofeng pmr
Age : 64

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PostSubject: Re: My pmr radios    My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeSun Aug 18, 2019 8:37 am

Good one ☝ I will post my radio shack .
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PostSubject: re the 5/8 aerials   My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeMon Sep 09, 2019 1:35 pm

to stop them coming apart,drill a hole in the clips and insert a self tapper,that should stop it coming apart
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Call Sign : 26-CT-3771
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Join date : 2020-08-10
QTH or Location : Weston-super-Mare
Equipment Used : CRT Millennium 3v hand sets Pama GT-19
Age : 56

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PostSubject: Re: My pmr radios    My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeWed May 12, 2021 5:50 pm

Hi :raising_hand:‍� 40 ch cb handhelds are popular in my area. there’s a real sub culture on the radio as they have the low power switch which if you’re not in the streets where they are used then other users can’t hear the conversations going on and it’s all still legal!And when you want to contact better than pmr just put up the power, plug in an antenna and you have 40ch FM and cept channels. works well here but the price of the sets has gone up because of it. :thumbsup:26CT867 wrote:
Looks like you have the same problem as me, too many hand held radios, my mrs thinks they breed when nobody is looking, going to sell a few as it does the batteries no good just sitting there, even tried giving some away to my nephew but he has no interest at all, people keep giving me old CB 27/81 hand helds for some reason, now I have 5 of the things! 2 2 channel ones and 3 40 channel ones and they all work but nobody is on CB around here anymore, I will line them all up and take a picture for a laugh and post it up all 13 of them.

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Call Sign : 26CT763
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Times Thanked : 53
Join date : 2019-06-27
QTH or Location : Manchester
Equipment Used : Optima, Superstar 360fm, Stalker 9fdx, President Jack
Age : 47

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PostSubject: Re: My pmr radios    My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeWed May 12, 2021 11:08 pm

Nice collection of radios.👍😎
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Call Sign : 26-CT-4145
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Join date : 2021-06-03
QTH or Location : Chatham, Kent
Equipment Used : Includes :- AT-878UV, FT474Gx, AT-5555N, FT-818, DNT M40 (RT Factory, Manpack config), Midland Portapack, IC-211E, TS700G, TS2400, MAXCOM 16E, unbranded 40 channel Japanese 49 & 2.4Ghz transceivers (supposedly Uniden, but unlikely)
Age : 52

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PostSubject: Re: My pmr radios    My pmr radios  Icon_minitimeMon Jun 07, 2021 6:44 pm

I won't even bother with a photo - but my collection (all functional and usable technically at least) pretty much incorporates every example of a commercial and restricted service now redundant UK LMR system sets including some real trunking rarities. Pretty much, short of Tetra items, if it was used - an example exists in my collection. I'm mostly focusing now on obtaining US stuff and PAC region LMR service gear and any older EU/pre-CEPT commercial LMR stuff as it comes to light.

Mind you, I reckon my post WWII military and professional ex-IG from Cold War period through the 90s alone probably would rate an encyclopedia to list and detail alone, let alone a photo gallery. Currently my pride of place items are the enhanced P25 ex-USAF mobile and HH pair that took me a year to eventually get past getting import and clearance papers for, and the 80s era Plessey gen cov TxCr - the literally any application/scope multimode that I'll probably be accountable for one day...

All of which are 'PMR' technically, since 'PMR' is merely a British term for commercial LMR radio services, not the gear type.

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