Win a Rigger HT Stand

AmateurRadio.com is offering a free prize drawing!

With the help of our very generous sponsor,
Gary, N5BI in Macon, Georgia,
we’re giving away
The Rigger

All licensed hams in the U.S. are eligible to enter
Shipping to the US is included.

Originally designed for County EOC’s and Police Departments, to save their portable radios from being knocked onto the floor, the Rigger is the perfect addition to your shack or a remote high power station in the field.
This is a US$22 value.
Enter now to win!

With over 3000 units sold, The Original Rigger is back into production after a 10 year production break.  This HT Stand does it all. Of course it’s a portable HT stand, with a handle for portability that doubles as a microphone holder, with space for a swr/pwr meter, and a shelf for that brick amplifier to boost your HT from 5 watts to 40, or a small lead acid battery for extended operations. Add an external antenna and your station is in portable mode.

It’s base is 1/4″ steel measuring 5″ x 5″ and a 16 gauge steel riser.  They apply 2 layers of automotive primer, 2 coats of flat black enamel, and one coat of clear acrylic to make sure it lasts for many years to come.  The last picture is of the very first production Rigger, and it is over 15 years old and has been used every day.  No assembly required.   With its heavy duty construction,  it won’t tip over and it always presents your HT digital readout and keypad in a most ideal position.


(radios and other equipment, not included!)

The Rigger is Guaranteed for life. If it breaks, accidentally of course, they’ll replace it..you just ship the broken Rigger to them and they’ll ship a replacement back to you, no charge.

To learn more about it, check out The Rigger online at
www.therigger.net

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Eligibility

All licensed Amateur Radio Operators in the United States

(To our readers outside the US, we haven’t forgotten you and are working on some worldwide giveaways soon!)

How to Enter

It’s simple!
Leave a comment to this post.
(e-mail address will not be shared)

Entry Duration

Only 1 week!

You may enter only once from
17 April 2012 20:00 UTC
to
24 April 2012 20:00 UTC

(multiple entries from the same entrant will be discarded)

Winner Announcement
24 April 2012

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The winner will be announced within 24 hours.

All winner decisions made by AmateurRadio.com staff are final.

The winner will be chosen at random (using random.org) from all valid comment entries to this post received by 24 April 2012 20:00 UTC. Entries received after will not be considered. The prize may not be transferred. The prize may not be exchanged for cash. Winner agrees to allow AmateurRadio.com to use their name and callsign to announce them as the winner on our site, and to share their contact information with the sponsor for the purposes of shipping the prize. E-mail addresses of all other entrants will not be shared with any third party, including the sponsor. AmateurRadio.com staff is ineligible to win. No purchase necessary to win. Odds of winning dependent on total number of entries received. Void where prohibited by law.

Matt, W1MST, is the editor of AmateurRadio.com.

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