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Old 07-16-2017, 8:40 AM
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Can I have the sites in one quick key and have all the TGs in another or do I need to have them in the same system in order to hear the TGs. Just trying to be able to turn on/off sites so I can scan a little quicker and when I'm not in the area of the site I can turn it off via a quick key.
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If you're using it mobile, add a GPS. I did with mine. Fiddled with the range settings a bit to get it to work the way I wanted (Boone Co is tall, but not wide) and it works great..
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They have to be in the same system. You can assign qk to sites. Have one that I can receive 3 sites when at home- qk on which 1 , or all.

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If you're using it mobile, add a GPS. I did with mine. Fiddled with the range settings a bit to get it to work the way I wanted (Boone Co is tall, but not wide) and it works great..

What range setting?
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