If you're thinking of returning to the CB airwaves, or perhaps it would be your first time on citizens band, NatCom takes a look at how inexpensive it is to obtain a transceiver for your home or vehicle. Yes, you can spend as little as $30 for a new radio and antenna. Author: Chuck Gysi | N2DUP | editor and publisher
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