Re: QSTs (2015, 2016, 2017) - free for cost of shipping

Louis Axeman <n8la@...>

Maybe take them to a thrift store if there are no takers.  They may spur interest in amateur radio in someone who sees them there.

Lou,  N8LA

On Thursday, November 26, 2020, 09:23:46 PM CST, David Lininger <kb0zke@...> wrote:

John, I had the same problem several years ago. As was mentioned, ARRL
members can get the information for free online simply by searching for
what they want. Without an index, a pile of magazines is just a pile of
magazines. Also, I suspect that most hams have their own pile of magazines.

On 26/11/20 13:35, John - KK4ITX via wrote:
> Bob,
> Let us know if you’re successful, I had 6-7 years of QST and tried to
> give them away at meetings, Hamfests and on email reflectors with no
> takers. I don’t understand why 75% of hams don’t want free magazines
> especially printed for their hobby.
> I finally gave up and recycled them :(
> Good luck !
> John
> /*Visit:  * <>.   👁/
> On Nov 26, 2020, at 13:51, wa2cky <bob.groh@...
> <mailto:bob.groh@...>> wrote:
>> Happy Thanksgiving Day to all. 
>> Cleaning up a bit and I have some QSTs from 2015, 2016 and 2017 that
>> will be going into the trash unless someone would like them. I can
>> load as many as I can get into a Medium sized USPS Priority Mail box
>> and zip them your way if you will pay $15.05 for postage (US only).
>> Not guaranteeing complete years as some might be missing. Drop me a
>> line if interested. 
>> 73
>> Bob Groh, WA2CKY

David Lininger, kb0zke
Rev. 2:10

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