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Hello and thanks for looking me up. Qsling is becoming very expense and being retired and on a fixed income it is really hard to reciprocate. I like to QSL 100% but in these times its kind of tough. So I have decided to to only QSL through LOTW and EQSL. I also answer all QRZ contacts. If you QSL direct please send postage $2.00 US dollars or SASE or I won't be able to reciprocate. I don't use the bureau that often so it might take a long time to receive a card. I was first licensed in May of 1980 and upgraded to general in January of 1981. Recieved advanced in May of 1981 and changed my call from KA7HHA to KC7JO October of 1981. Recieved my extra in October 1983 and changed my call to NK7l December of 1984. The reason I got into ham radio was to chase DX and I received my DXCC honor roll on January 26 1991. I am very proud to say I achieved #1 honor roll February of 2011 when I worked my last country VU4. My equipment Icom Pro lll, PW1-Amp,Tennadyne T-11 Antenna on a Tri-Ex 67' Tower. Some times I use my old Kenwood TS940S

Hope to hear you on the bands

Best of 73's ES GUD DX DE NK7L Tired- Old-Man (TOM)

 

 

 

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"It is not the class of license the Amateur holds but the class of the Amateur that holds the license."

 

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See You On The Air!

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TOM

 

 

 

 

 

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