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  Reply # 1522053 29-Mar-2016 09:24
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xormin: It may or may not be allowed to be used in NZ, I don't know. For the sake of this augment lets say that it is. If you are really worried about it lets say I am using it on my boat to get cell phone reception outside the 12 mile limit (which I could quite legally do). What I am really after is a technical answer to the question.

 

 

 

I really hope you get done now as you don't seem to care at all with the "It may or may not be allowed to be used in NZ, I don't know" comment.  You really "should know" and I bet you did but just playing the dumb card.


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  Reply # 1522153 29-Mar-2016 11:40
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Locking as this discussion is a breach of FUG. We shouldn't have discussions that support breaking the law.

 

Sorry, OP. Dura lex, sed lex.





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