I used to sell mfj equipment. If the manufacturer sells it, it will
pretty much always be sold at retain price. Often times, if it is bought
from a dealer, you can save a good bit. This is why I'm no longer in the
ham business. The hams wanted me to make too small of a little bit. John
On Wed, 24 Jun 1998, K4SB wrote:
> I'm going to confess. I paid $239 +6% tax for my 259. Now WB0W and
> Denver Radio are both identified as selling it in the $180s range.
> Assuming both are in the business to make a little profit, MFJ's
> price is ridiculous.
> I still love it, but this is absolutely the last time I will ever buy
> from MFJ directly.
> 73s ( and please don't reply to this...I feel enough like an idiot
> already )
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