Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by WA3MOJ, Jul 9, 2019.
That's why a TS-2000 and a K3 are in the main operating position in my shack...
Weellll….that's not what Mr. Sherwood says...
He is no doubt a nice man, but he helps to sell a lot of radios based on statistics that may not be useful, depending on ones QTH.
My daughter and wife, I meant to say.
They were useful to me in deciding to buy the 7300, which has been a stellar performer with me in every way. Only thing I don't like about it? The screen could be larger. But with HRD incorporating a waterfall display for the 7300, that will be a thing of the task. The IC 7300 has knocked it outa the park for me. Simply amazing.
Thank you!!!!! I haven't gotten one of those since the third grade.
Oh sure. They'll even part it out if you need something in particular. I was able to snag the flux capacitor from the first IF of a Flex-6700 for only $125, but then there was a problem with my friend the cop picking it up for me.
The initial sale of the Icom 7300 X .001 Hoardes
so many Icom 7300 resold ---- Compulsive purchacer X .001 = 42
Turns out that the answer is 42
Who would have thunk it
so long and thanks for all the fish
Use one at field day, then get back to us.
I suspect some of the trouble people have at FD with the rig isn't the fault of the rig.
But if you don't like the IC 7300, you shouldn't buy one. Simple enough, right?