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flharleycop

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QUOTE="Dkretden, post: 1355513, member: 29466"]
The license fee is going to $35 For 10 years? Figures! I just paid for my license 6 months ago.

anyway, OP, if you are still reviewing this thread, I purchased the Midland GMRS handheld GXT1000. They work terrific. If you want even longer range, a base unit and mount of great. Clear crisp signal. Really good. I’m glad folks are moving away from CB.
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Do you mount and use an antenna similar to CB?
 

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Sure. Most have moved away from CB and to GMRS, but if you want CB, that's a nice handheld.
My concern is traveling on logging roads. Are the log trucks going away from CB as well? It used to be that you would call out your mile marker so uphill traffic and downhill traffic could know where everyone was at so they could pull off on wide spots to get around.
 

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