Browning?

Discussion in 'CB Radio Forum' started by Bigrigin, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. Bigrigin

    Bigrigin Light Load Member

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    I didnt buy them from sparks or any other cb shop and like I said before I paid $42 for the set so if there junk not that big of a deal to me, its when you spend 75-100 dollars on just one and find out its junk then that might be a little upsetting, i am not ready to take that chance. theres a couple other post on this site about the browning and they say there very happy with the performance, Dont know I dont have them setup yet, in my company truck i have a k40 and hate it and that cost me 60 bucks
     
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  3. For Pete’s Sake

    For Pete’s Sake Bobtail Member

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    I am just amateur but the TA Commerce City Summit CB shop owner Chuck recommended the Browning BR 79 perhaps because of cost and pairing up with a simple Cobra 29 LTD. I appreciated his help and knowledge. You professionals out there probably own your own CB shop but the Amatera who doesn’t know anything just needs an honest knowledgeable coach. Personally I think Chuck is such a person. He certainly has enough business as evidenced by all the work orders stacked up!
     
  4. rabbiporkchop

    rabbiporkchop Road Train Member

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    He recommended that you purchase that antenna from him because the profit margin is so high. Wholesale on that antenna is probably $13 and he's probably selling it for 60 or $75 so he's making quite a profit . There's better antennas out there especially if you run around in the snow and ice and salt.
     
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