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Miltech

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About Miltech

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  • Birthday 11/03/1945

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    Yes
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    Yes
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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Sig P220
  • Carry Weapon #2
    S&W Mod 60
  1. -As I recall you must have at least $1500 in income to qualify, Its been a while since I filed the form. edit: Its $1000 from the TN site
  2. A very generous offer, I hate I am not closer to Nashville.
  3. By "local dealers" in my comment I was referring to those at the Hamfest, Unfortunately not many (if any) ham radio stores in Tennessee.
  4. It is a good place to look at several brands to decide what you really like, like firearms it is often less expensive to buy online. You just have to decide if you want to support the local dealers who want and need your business.
  5. Huntsville is a good place to get a good overview of what Ham Radio is about if you can make the trip. I have been going each year for over 40 years.
  6. My countys (Madison) take on this is it covers handguns, I don't read it that way. Also violation of this statute is a felony.
  7. I don"t believe the Outback in Jackson has had a sign in years, if it does it is well hidden.
  8. I bought a few of the camo'd 50 cal cans at tsc in Milan after Christmas on sale for $7.99. China made but looked and felt like the mil versions.
  9. Sorry, 432 is not one of my vices. Good luck on selling it and the Kenwood.
  10. I guess mine is more of a wish than a need, the 220 machine here gets almost no use and I have a portable. It always seemed a shame to have the third slot of the radio empty. Are you hinting that you will break up the radio by selling the module. I have no need for another radio, I have a lot more than I can use. I have had other 742 radios but never one with the 220 band.
  11. One of the best older rigs you can find, I wish I had a 220 module for mine.
  12. I ordered this last night, got a confirmation of the order and a ship date of 3-5 days. Received a notice of cancellation today stating that the supplier could not deliver the backorder. I guess they are living up to their reputation.
  13. Yes, the Baofengs can be programmed for receive only with the software (memory channels). They will still transmit in VFO mode if a frequency is entered even if locked out via the programmed memories.
  14. My 1989 k5 Blazer had the same issue. Problem was rust in the auto mechanism from water entering. I removed the locking parts, cleaned and relubed. It has worked fine ever since.
  15. It looks like the same condition my dog has. The Vet says it is an allergy. We had him tested and he is now taking allergy shots. Be prepared to spend some serious money if that turns out to be the case and you decide to have her  treated. My dog showed to be highly allergic to mulberry trees, some grasses  and other stuff to a lesser extent.

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