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Main rigs are the Flex 6300, Yaesu FT-920 connected to a Windom, Hustler Vertical, Mosley 33 Beam or a DX-EE Alpha Delta antenna. Other radios are a few Drakes, FT 101s, and whatever old rigs that I come across. I enjoy CW only, no bowfangs in this house . Using mostly left and right hand Vibroplex Bugs. Have numerous straight keys, a Begali Signature,  Schurr Profi Paddle,  N3ZN Vertical Paddle, Alberto Frattini Paddle,  K8RA paddle,  J-37 , Navy flame proof , Dow-Key Universal Late Version with original wood box, and a model X Vibroplex. I like setting up Bugs, once you learn how to set them up there a breeze to operate.  Also I use an Oxweld cutting torch tip drilled and shortened to slow the Vibroplex Bugs down. I've also made a couple of foot pedal keys that work rather well. And what I call a Piano Key, It has 6 keys you use like playing a piano.  ( works great ) I use all my limbs at one time or another to send CW with. I have not found a paddle better than a Schurr yet, but I'm still looking. I'm Trying to play catch up on CW, I started learning it in March of 2011. My opinion of CW is if you don't Know Code your missing 99 percent of the ham radio experience. Let your fingers do the talking. SKCC nr 8775T. Always remember a well organized ham shack is a happy ham shack. Thanks for looking, Jerry W8HOG

 

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