Daily Gun Deals: BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Ham Radio Six (6) Pack $52.65 FREE S&H

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BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Ham Radio Six (6) Pack Deal
BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Ham Radio Six (6) Pack Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Buy Online Two OrangeAmazon has a six-pack of Baofeng handheld HAM radio for just $52.68 and FREE shipping. Buy this pack and have enough radios for your entire Neighborhood Protection Team.

These are a great back-up and family radios to compliment your primary survival HAM radio base. This deal is cheap enough to make sure every member has one in their bugout bags. HAM radios are great during emergencies so you can pull in the police, fire, and some military broadcasts as well as FM radio without broadcasting.

Note, to broadcast or for 2 way communication with this unit you will need an amateur radio license.

You can get the CHIRP software here: https://chirp.danplanet.com/projects/chirp/wiki/Home Antennas and extra batteries are found here on Amazon.


  • Frequency Range: UHF 400-470MHz.
  • RF Rated Power: ≤ 5W.
  • Channel Spacing: 25KHz.
  • Operated Voltage: 3.7V.
  • Battery: 1500MAh Li-ion.
  • Battery Life: About 8 hours.
  • Frequency Stability: ±2.5ppm.
  • Operated Temperature: -30°c-+60°c.
  • Antenna Impedance: 50Ω.


  • 16 Channel.
  • 1500mAh Li-ion battery.
  • 50 CTCSS/105 CDCSS.
  • VOX Function.
  • PC Programming.
  • Emergency Alarm.
  • Battery Save.
  • Low Voltage Alert
  • Time-out Timer.
  • FlashLight

BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Radio Six (6) Pack $52.65 FREE S&H

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  • 18 thoughts on “Daily Gun Deals: BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Ham Radio Six (6) Pack $52.65 FREE S&H

    1. The two radios he is demonstrating are different than the six pack 888s . The six pack is only a portable two way radio .
      they cannot be programmed . But still for the money a good deal .

    2. If you know the FRS freqs and program for just that they work well to add to the collections of FRS radios. But please learn what dress your allowed to use. If you want to run on an repeater get your ham licenses please.

    3. I have an Extra Class License & I have a few of these Baofenf radios that I have experimented with for the Ham freqs.
      For an unlicensed person I would recommend a generic FRS radio….. the performance will be very similar. For much, much, better performance you will need to utilize a repeater (maybe even a DIY simplex repeater) with a very high antenna, maybe 50′ above the terrain, minimum. I personally use an 8 watt Baofeng for a portable simplex repeater, and it works great for light traffic. But I would highly reccomend at least a Ham Tech license before you embark on a repeater project…. it will give you the legal rights and the knowledge base needed for a successful repeater project.

      Doug K5DHL

      1. I am sure you feel that way just as those before you resisted the very brands the same you tout as “Jap Junk”, and ” Rice Boxes”, as they expounded their love for Motorola and Ge back in the day! When in truth Motorola was the First to go to China to do their products just as the very brands that you mention are doing today. You are like others you are just resistant to Change. The problem is Hams Are Cheap Skates, they all want something for nothing! The Japanese companies are in the position Motorola and Ge were in, their cost of operations are high so they cannot or will not be price competitive also you get innovation with competition as well as lower prices. BTW I didn’t hear you and yours bitching about cheap Chinese computer junk! As you bang away at your Non IBM Non American keyboards. Of course y’all buy WAY OVER PRICED IPhones just for bragging rights. How can I say such things you ask? I’ll tell you how I am first a Ham of 50 plus years, secondly I am RF and Electronicsee Engineer, so yes I speak with experience and authority. On top of that I owned and operated a Ham Radio Store where guys like you came in twisted the knobs off of the Radios there displayed, then you went home and got on the 800 number and ordered your “RICE BOX” then you cried when there were no more local radio stores, or because we started to sell Dreaded CB STUFF! I just went home got on my Collins and Motorola equipment and got a job working for someone else building communication networks for you to play with your Cheap Chinese Computers and or your IPHONES on! BTW I’ve still got my collection of Collins, Motorola equipment along with my Icom, Kenwood, and Yaesu equipment. Never mind I’ll just go ride my Harley or maybe my Yamaha! WB4IVG Laurin 73

    4. So, you want to buy and use Amateur Radio equipment? Then go though the time and studying that t(he rest of us did to earn our FCC license to use said equipment. The whole aspect of our hobby is experimentation, communication and personal enjoyment. Public service is a secondary role that many of us (Hams) have been involved with.
      Like most college grads will explain to you. “The tassel is worth the hassle!” Well my ticket was worth the hassle!
      I’ve been a Ham for 25 years. Come join us in our fellowship. You won’t regret it!
      N9USZ Amateur Extra Class operator.

    5. The baofengs can be used as amateur radio equipment.
      The issue with them is that some can be programmed by the user to operate on frequencies assigned to other radio services, for which the baofeng radio has not been
      approved for use.
      Think of it similar to an off road atv, it is not certified/licensed for use on regular roads.
      Can it be driven on them ?, Sure but if you are caught or
      an accident happens, the operator will be in for a fair amount of trouble.
      If you are using any radio and causing interference to other licensed radio services, especially public service or anything dealing with life/safety, you can be tracked and located easily.
      Fines are $10000 and up.

      1. Many – if not all- amateur radios can be programmed / hacked to transmit out of their designed frequency range. That said, we have a few circulating around our amateur radio club and they seem to work just fine – especially for the price. Just my 2 cents.

      2. Most Chinese radios unlike Japanese radios ARE FCC Type accepted for commercial service. The rub is not being licensed to operate on a specific frequency.

    6. The FCC is cracking down on businesses advertising the Bofeng radio’s as amateur radio equipment. Bofeng is a Part 90 radio and not a Part 97 radio. I’m not trying to be rude simply offering information.

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