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Analog Saber rugged battery?

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photoguy2

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Hi,

Can anyone point me to somewhere I could buy a battery for the Saber M2 rugged? Google has not been of any help. Motorola does not make them anymore, but are there any AMs available?

Thanks

Matt
 

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few and far between.. Alexander did make one for a short time. But since the R version of the saber/astro saber have been discontinued there hasn't been much call for them. Most everyone has converted their R radios to standard radios as the batteries are easy to get
 
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