Note: I forgot to mention that the collapsible whip shown in the video is not standard with the Buddystick system. The Buddystick comes with a different style of telescopic whip. I prefer the "tent pole" style as it's vastly more durable, and with an added "stinger" attachment, it's incredibly easy to dial in your SWR to exactly what you want. But we'll get into more detail on this in a future video.
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