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41) Andy Digby G0JLX 
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Sunday, 15 September 2002 00:12

Gentlemen,

Some several years ago I purchased one of your excellent straight brass keys.

Not only is it my favorite key to use, but it gave me great pleasure to build.

I have since seen several Kent straight keys around at other stations and without exception, the horizontal bar that comes as part of the pre-formed block and bearings has the chamfered edge uppermost, with the knob bottom resting on the chamfer.

This prompts one question - On my key its the other way up. The chamfer is at the bottom of the horizontal bar, so who is right ?

Do I have a unique Kent Key ?

73's,
Andy Digby (mobile)
G0JLX

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