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Call Sign : 26-CT-3699 Posts : 2 Times Thanked : 0 Join date : 2020-06-27 QTH or Location : Chatham Equipment Used : Magnum Delta Force, Sirio 827
Subject: New Member/CT Callsign Request (Issued) Sat Jun 27, 2020 10:30 pm
Hi everyone, just dropping a line to say hello and request a CT callsign.
I first got involved with CB around 15 years ago and over the years have come and gone. Started off with a Midland 78 Plus (convenient easy to drive modern rig that I still have) and then moved on to a Cobra MkIV and Magnum Delta Force. First twig was a vertical dipole with the feed point mounted at gutter height lol, from where I moved on to my first Sirio 827. Now on my second 827 which is slowly creeping higher and higher. I'm currently spending lots of time around 11 metres again (and wigging on 10 metres when the slip is in).
Maybe speak to some of you on on the frequencies, or maybe already have ?! Dave