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Old 18th Aug 2017, 10:08 pm   #21
Biggles
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Default Re: Port Seton Junk Night

If you aren't fussy about using second hand gear there is loads around at bargain prices. I suspect that some club members would be only too happy to give you some gear to get you on the air somehow or other. There are also a lot of old PMR conversions around which are still usable if you don't mind a basic setup for say two metres.
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