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Basic Handheld scanner
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2240 Fri December 18, 2009
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Looking for a basic handheld scanner that's in good shape. 30 channels, 50 channels, 200 channels, whatever. I don't need trunking, and I don't need digital.


Something along the lines of a RadioShack Pro-82, or Uniden BC60XLT.


If it comes with a wall adapter, bonus points. But it's not a must. I have a couple laying around I can piece together and use. I do ask that it's in good shape though, but if it has some scratches or scuffs that aren't really bad, that's ok.


Just let me know what you've got, and what you gotta have. If you're interested in a digital scanner, I have a PSR-500 we may be able to work out a partial trade on, or I may just buy from you outright. PM would be best method of contact.


Thanks!!

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Comment Date: Wed January 20, 2010

I have a Uniden BC60XLT-1 that is in very good shape.  I will include the AC adapter, stock antenna, and a telescoping antenna. The current set of rechargeable batteries hold a charge for more than one hour at last test. I am re-testing that now. The scanner is a back-up for when the power goes out, so I can listen to weather and emergency crews, but some have moved to the 800 MHz range or are going digital. Therefore, I would be interested in applying this scnner toward the purchase of the PSR-500 digital. I could sell this unit outright... so make an offer.



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