Spam ? - Re: Horsey Talkie
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Mon Oct 30 13:54:09 CST 2006
Perhaps it should be more properly named the "Wilbur-Fone" and we should
train people using the patented Wilber-Fonics learning system. Instead
of calling CQ DX we would properly call CQ Wilber-Fone when seeking one
of these units.
I could go on and on but I fear I have worn my Wilber-Welcome out.
Bob Bruhns wrote:
> Horsie talkie? Was that the W1LBR/R station with the funny low
> voice that I heard? Yeah, AMers are always horsing around. Just
> kidding! Wilburrrrr....
> Bob, WA3WDR
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Frank Gentges" <fgentges at mindspring.com>
> To: "Tacos" <tacos at amrad.org>
> Sent: Sunday, October 29, 2006 4:45 AM
> Subject: Horsey Talkie
>> We had some discussions today at tacos about the SCR-300 "horsey
>> which was build for use by US Cavalry mounted solders. Once the
>> contract was let, the Army decided to deactivate the cavalry so
>> these radios were delivered, there were no users. A good writeup
> is at
>> Sandy pointed out that someone has one of these and brings it to
>> Hamvention each year to check into the 75 meter AM net out on the
>> market on Friday.
>> Frank K0BRA
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