QSTs (2015, 2016, 2017)
Andy - GM0NWI
As a Scottish Ham licensed in early 1990’
I used to wait for our club when i was a member back then to receive CQ & QST magazine
Loved ALL the content no matter how easy or difficult to read an article was at first
The of course there was QEX, Ham Radio
The list goes on ...
I “ do & don’t “ understand why folks get rid of their treasured issues. Nowadays you dont need to troll thru actual paper to find articles when you can cross-reference via the net
If space is a premium theres always a real good sealed box or 2 in the loft or garage
“ Why discard & waste a lifetime of learning “
We’re the older generation now and are forever crying out about a “ wasteful society “
Lastly Myself ...
Would LOVE free paper copies of
The Novice ( Item Builds In General ) & The Good QRP/QRPp ( Item Builds In General )
Minimalist Radio Equipment In General )
From the pages of ANY past Journals
I am QRZ QTHR ... ( If Anyone Cares To Know )
Andy - GM0NWI
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Andy, quick question for you. What is the least expensive way to ship books to Scotland from the US? I looked at our US Post Office regs and it is bewildering - what with VAT's and the like. Certainly looks like certification as a gift is helpful but even then a bit of a bodge. And potentially very expensive in any case.
Bob Groh, WA2CKY
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