In the Amplidan style

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AD7GR
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In the Amplidan style

Post by AD7GR » Wed Sep 21, 2011 2:39 am

I posted this over on the yahoo group but wanted to have it here for the forum. This was my second key project and Bill, NT9K, encouraged me to make it. A lot of fun in the doing it was too. More photos on my website, www.edlinko.net

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Ed - AD7GR - (ex WD0DRL)
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Nice

Post by KD5JHE » Wed Sep 21, 2011 10:42 pm

That's a very nice looking key there. My compliments on your craftsmanship.
Jerry KD5JHE SKCC 1976T

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Re: Nice

Post by AD7GR » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:12 pm

KD5JHE wrote:That's a very nice looking key there. My compliments on your craftsmanship.
Thanks Jerry... the key's feel lives up to it's heritage.
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Ed - AD7GR - (ex WD0DRL)
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Re: In the Amplidan style - UPDATE

Post by AD7GR » Mon Oct 17, 2016 3:49 am

I have a website up once again and is now at http://www.edliko.net. Unfortunately someone thought it worthwhile to grab my original URL... so I had to create a new one.
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Ed - AD7GR - (ex WD0DRL)
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