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First licensed in 1976 as VE1BHY, briefly held the call VE9SN, then VE1OP in 1997.Currently also hold the calls VA1SBN and VA1WPX.

President of the Maritime Contest Club - www.maritimecontestclub.com

QSL INFORMATION: The best way to get a card is direct to my home address. All cards are answered, usually the same day I receive them.

A SAE and 2 greenstamps (or sufficient Canadian postage) will get you a card via return mail to USA and overseas destinations.Cards to Canada only require one greenstamp.Postage in Canada is not cheap.If I don't get a SAE and greenstamps, your return card will be sent via the bureau.

Bureau cards are OK, but expect a long delay in getting a card back. I answer bureau cards 100%, but it can take many months to get back through the system as I usually send large shipments to the bureau only twice a year.

Radiosport is by far my favourite part of Ham Radio.You'll find me on most weekends, mostly CW and RTTY, but sometimes SSB.

Scott VE1OP

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