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I Wanna See Your QSL Card!

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KF4SCI, May 1, 2017.

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  1. KD8ZUW

    KD8ZUW Ham Member QRZ Page

    I wanted something old school. I love the guy with the pipe and the bolts zapping out of the tower.



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  2. W9RAC

    W9RAC Subscriber QRZ Page

    I like it, has a way about it, well done sir, well done. 73 Rich
     
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  3. W3KIT

    W3KIT Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

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  4. BD2OC

    BD2OC Ham Member QRZ Page

    我想看看你的QSL卡!
     

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  5. K6AAI

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    We've recently rolled out a QSL design and print service. You can see some of the interesting (but not too far "out there") cards that we've done. We have more we can display, we've just been too busy to get it done! Some I've seen here are terrific.

    https://RadioQSL.com

    Al
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  6. KG5RPZ

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    Greetings from Louisiana
     
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  7. RU0S

    RU0S Ham Member QRZ Page

    HELLO FROM SIBERIA
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  8. KF5VGK

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  9. AF2Z

    AF2Z Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yep, unmistakable silhouette, my trusty Junker.

    During a QSO with a fella in Germany I mentioned that my Junker was happy to contact its homeland; he said likewise for his Vibroplex bug, haha.
     
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  10. G3ZPF

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    LOL. That is some coincidence :)

    I bought my Junker brand new in 1979 & used it up until a couple of years back when old age set in and I started to find it hard work on long QSOs, so I gave in & went for a paddle. I was given an old Kent paddle but eventually came across the BamaTech Magnetic paddle, which I love to bits. It is made in germany so I guess I like german engineering when it comes to morse keys :)

    Its quite an unusual design. Designed to be useable in shack or /P. Far better action than the Palm Mini. There is an overview of it on my website.

    I'd much prefer to still be using a straight key, but as you get older you gotta do what you gotta do to get by.
     

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