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72/75 MHZ going out of business? Nah!

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  • #91
    Originally posted by Kazzer View Post
    There seems to be a lot of hoo-ha on various forums regarding these frequencies being phased out by the major radio manufacturers.

    I've had discussions with my supplier and it looks like there is a limitless supply of radios in our submarine frequencies.

    Now if you'd like to stock up with a bunch of radios, be my guest, but I don't see US having a problem for years to come.
    Can you please let me have info where i can buy 75 MHz radios? Thank yuou


    • #92
      Go to ebay. Dirt cheap


      • #93
        Exceptional scale models, accessories and RC components with a focus on military, sci-fi and fantasy submarines.