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  • Re: Lock Box Number

    Think thats the way to go i'm sick of trying to find a number no one seems to know. Thank You Al

    al.lafon 5 hours ago
  • Re: Lock Box Number

    Why don't you file and pay online.  Heck of a lot easier than dealing with forms. ...   I do Thank You but still don't understand on

    jl_wilkerson@att.net 9 hours ago
  • Re: Lock Box Number

    I do Thank You but still don't understand on the standard form 159 it has a block called Lock Box number i am not paying a fine or late payment i am a new

    al.lafon 11 hours ago
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General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)is a type of FCC licensed 2-way radio in the USA. It operates in the 462/467 MHz range. Any one can be licensed to use this band. No testing required. It's related to CB, but is MUCH different. In this list, we'll talk about uses for this service. How to get started, how to set up a repeater. REACT is a major user of GMRS repeaters. Their input is wanted. Also covered is a new service, FRS (Family Radio Service). Many of the advantages of GMRS, but less power and no license required. Join us to find out more. Please keep conversations on-topic and avoid flames. To help us avoid flame wars, discussion of political action groups is not welcome. Their members are welcome, but discussion of their group's agenda is not.
If you have a GMRS radio for sale, one posting please. Please do not promote ebay auctions here. When responding to a for-sale message, please go direct, not to the whole list. I try to keep all messages on-subject and of interest to all.

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  • Radio
  • Aug 9, 1998
  • English

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