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Mgdell
08-24-2004, 21:50
Hi,

How many of you ( with HF rigs ) would like to try some sort of glocktalk net ?

Might be kind of fun.

I'm thinking maybe durring daylight hours on 20m or 40m ..

Any thoughts?

73

GSD17
08-24-2004, 23:25
don't have HF privlidges yet, but when i get them I would be interested.

uhlawpup
08-25-2004, 06:07
I work during daylight hours, and only have vhf/uhf in my office.

sensei
08-25-2004, 08:48
Yea, I'm in.

sensei

KB4IFS
08-26-2004, 22:32
HOW ABOUT A NET SOMETIME ON sUDAY MORNING?

00Buck
08-30-2004, 17:19
Throw a time out there and see what works. Weekends may be better for most but I will try to make anything if I can. Great idea!

hapuna
08-30-2004, 18:11
You mean you guys are going to actually TALK on Glock Talk!!!!!:)

WD8T
09-19-2004, 20:02
I'm in too. Sunday also works for me. Post a time and freq and I'll be there. 20m probaboy best.

KA3N
09-21-2004, 12:29
I'll give it a shot ...

(40m might be better during the day)

timbo1963
09-28-2004, 08:29
When and where?

Mgdell
10-06-2004, 10:28
Well, Sunday night would work for me. How about trying it this Sunday at 7pm on 14.290? I'll call it up. Of course, it will be +/- 5kc for qrm ..

Listen for N7LMJ and I will call it the Glock Talk Net ( how orginal )

73

KB4IFS
10-06-2004, 11:27
I'm in. Just send out a reminder.

WD8T
10-06-2004, 11:34
Originally posted by Mgdell
Well, Sunday night would work for me. How about trying it this Sunday at 7pm on 14.290? I'll call it up. Of course, it will be +/- 5kc for qrm ..

Listen for N7LMJ and I will call it the Glock Talk Net ( how orginal )

73


So, this Sunday October 10, 2004 at 0000Z on 14.290 +/- 5khz? Gotta use Z time to get us at the same place, same time. I'll be there if this is correct.

Ron

Mgdell
10-06-2004, 20:04
Oops... Yup... I forgot to put what time zone...

I was thinking 7 eastern time which would be 2300z ?? Unless daylight waisting time changes anytime soon...

Now it's confusing :)

I can adjust the time / band /freq if needed.. We will just have to try it a couple of times and see what works...

-Mike

WD8T
10-07-2004, 10:22
Originally posted by Mgdell
Oops... Yup... I forgot to put what time zone...

I was thinking 7 eastern time which would be 2300z ?? Unless daylight waisting time changes anytime soon...

Now it's confusing :)

I can adjust the time / band /freq if needed.. We will just have to try it a couple of times and see what works...

-Mike

Mike.....If you keep the times in Z, then we all determine our own local time. 2300Z for me would be 1800 local. We'll get there!!

;f

N1PJ
10-08-2004, 13:04
I will also try to make it too. I will turn on my radio earlier in the day to help me remember. Oh boy and HF roundtable dealing with firearms lol.

73

PJ

WD8T
10-08-2004, 14:58
Originally posted by N1PJ
I will also try to make it too. I will turn on my radio earlier in the day to help me remember. Oh boy and HF roundtable dealing with firearms lol.

73

PJ


Radio and Glocks at the same time!!! WhooooHooooo...


;+

WD8T
10-10-2004, 17:23
It's 2314Z and I'm listening 14.290 to some Spanish speakers...Anyone else?

At 2344Z antenna pointed SE but only hearing NE, a few KB1's.

KB4IFS
10-10-2004, 17:45
14.282 and calling Glock Talk KB4IFS @7:40pm EASTERN

N1PJ
10-10-2004, 17:57
I don't hear anyone on either frequency, it is 7:48 EST

KB4IFS
10-10-2004, 18:03
14.282 listening
7:55 Eastern

KB4IFS
10-17-2004, 13:25
NET tonight at 7-PM Eastern on 14.290 +/- 10. I'll call. KB4IFS. Good Luck to s all. 73

beachside39
10-20-2004, 21:05
I think 20 meters would be best because 40 is more regional in range much of the time. 17 meters would work but many hams don't have that band on their rigs. Evenings or weekends would be better since I work days.

I am an extra with a Kenwood TS2000 so any legal frequency will work for me.

Since 14,282 was mentioned, I'll be listening there. I'm looking forward to this very much.

beachside39
10-20-2004, 21:11
If we used Echolink, the Techs could participate as well...

It's not as much fun as HF but it would work.

beachside39
10-22-2004, 10:06
I've been listening on 14,282 & 14,290 MHz at various times of the day and calling "CQ GLOCKTALK" with no responses so far.

I'm not certain if this is the appropriate way to call you but thought I'd try it. Please let me know if you think another type of call would be more to your liking.

timbo1963
10-24-2004, 14:17
I'll try the echolink...any other echo link'ers out there?

CQ Echo linkers
CQ Echo linkers
CQ Echo linkers...


Give me your call if your on echo link and I'll watch for ya.

timbo1963
10-24-2004, 14:18
OOOOPPPS.


Mine is KU4FK

timbo1963
10-24-2004, 20:41
I guess we won't have a net tonight.

timbo1963
10-28-2004, 05:44
OVER!

;)

KB4IFS
10-31-2004, 13:55
Sold the HF rig. A man without a radio, guess I'll go fondle the 10mm Colt Delta Elite for a while.:cool:

WD8T
10-31-2004, 15:23
Ya know...I've been thinking about doing that too. I hardly ever have the rig on anymore and I definately do way more shooting and reloading than hamming. When I do fire up the rig I'm usually dissapointed at what I hear. Not sure if I've changed or ham radio has. Licensed for 17 years maybe both have...lol

Hmmm..my Knwd TS-2000 = 3 new Glocks!!

;g

timbo1963
10-31-2004, 21:04
Well, there is still EchoLink.

Mgdell
11-01-2004, 10:42
well, our repeater system has 2 echolink nodes on it...

WI0OK (w eye zero O K ) -r and W8TVC-r ...

Look at www.iook.org for info on the repeater system here in Northern Michigan...

Drop in anytime ... if someone is around chances are, they will want to talk guns or radios... :)

73 de Mike,N7LMJ ( wI0OK/r control opp )