Online Swap

This Online Swap page lists amateur radio related equipment in the Sacramento, CA area for sale, trade or wanted by River City ARCS members.
Submit listings with a brief description, asking price, photos if available, and contact information to swap@n6na.org.
River City ARCS is not responsible for the condition of listed equipment, for the accuracy of descriptions nor for transactions between buyers and sellers.
Listings will automatically be removed after six months unless otherwise notified.

Armand, WB2ZEI, also suggests checking into the Northern California Swap Net Thursday nights at 8 pm PT on the N6ICW 147.195 MHz FM repeater.

From the Estate of George Ignatieff, KM6UM (SK)

  1. Drake L7 Linear Amplifier
  2. Two Icom IC-720 HF Transceivers
  3. One Icom IC-730 HF Transceiver
  4. Kenwood TM-281A 2m FM transceiver
  5. Kenwood TS-930S HF transceiver
  6. Vibroplex Blue Racer Standard Bug
George KM6UM of San Jose passed away in February. He was an Extra Class ham, an electronics engineer, IBM mainframe systems programmer and a friend of Roger KI6FYF.

Condition: clean, as-is, some power cords may be missing. 
Make offer - Dimitri in Granite Bay, dignatieff@aol.com or (916) 799-5136

posted August 6, 2021

Tektronix 454 Oscilloscope

I'm looking to re-home my working Tektronix 454 Oscilloscope to a deserving Ham who likes to collect vintage test gear. If you know of a candidate please put me in touch.

Thanks - George K6GKS george@techi.net

posted July 14, 2021

Gin Pole Needed

I would like to borrow a gin pole sometime this summer.
Bob - N6PGQ, Roseville. bobwoodward@mac.com

posted April 25, 2021

Wanted: CB Radios

Looking for older 23 and 40 channel “chicken band” radios that are either broken or not operating correctly. I’m embarking on learning radio trouble shooting and repair and these 11 meter radios are the best platforms to start on. Looking for earlier models, any make. If you have one or more sitting in a box, getting dusty on a shelf or just plain taking up space that you would like to reclaim, I’d be happy to take it off your hands.

Thanks and 73, Andy w6aws@surewest.net (916) 742-9810

posted April 30, 2020

Electronics Stores in Sacramento

Don't know if everyone is aware of this, but there is another source of (some) electronic components and tools available at: Sacramento Electronics. They don't have a lot of stock, but it is open to the public if you want to just look around. Gert and I used to purchase our tools there when we were working. Gert and I visited Ali's Surplus Stuff new store front at 9203 Folsom Blvd Ste. B, Sacramento, CA 95826 , much more organized, but seems to be less stuff.

Hank, K6HUH

Ed - The Ham Radio Outlet Sacramento Store at 4813 Auburn Blvd, Sacramento CA 95841 is open 10 am - 5:30 pm Monday through Saturday.

posted May 2, 2021

For Sale: Palstar R30c Receiver

Original owner, excellent condition, lightly used & all functions work. Comes with 12 Volt power cord & owner's manual. This radio has the optional Collins filter installed. The R-30 is renowned as a MW DX receiver. Only nit is the built in speaker is not great. Much better sound using an outboard speaker or headphones. This is common with these radios.

Asking $375. Tony - N6DXX, Sacramento. 916-427-6749

posted March 15, 2021

For Sale in Fair Oaks

  1. 2 Meter Amplifier. 100 Bilinear, CW/SSB/AM/FM/PEP heavy duty power output, 12VDC powered, about 120 watts out. $100.
  2. 2-Meter Amplifier, Alinco ELH-230G, 12 VDC powered, 30 watts out. $75.
  3. IC-R7000
    ICOM IC-R7000 Receiver w/many capabilities as well as connection to computers for scanning/receiving, etc.  This is a very high frequency coverage receiver that is perhaps not the normal range/s. $475.
  4. I have a lot of HF units and CW items that I would like to find a new home for -- all in very good if not pristine condition and of course work. Not listing but let me know what you might like - or- really need.....

Larry Fibich, LFibich@sbcglobal.net, W6EF

posted December 20, 2020
Ċ
tvc-2.pdf
(138k)
Carol F. Milazzo,
Jan 21, 2012, 7:36 AM
Comments