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Matthew in Rhode Island sent in this
great pic of his brand new Maco set-up,
a M103 and a V58 on top of it. "Been
say thank you for making these great
say thank you for making these great
antennas so we are able to talk antennas
so we are able to talk everywhere."
Thanks again 73's Matthew 2W357
Rhode Island
Thanks to Jerome in Alabama for
anything for my Maco Comet 6
element beam. On day one I talked to
Germany and I live in Alabama."
The nice looking set up above comes
from San Francisco's LightFoot. It is a
Maco 4 Element with a Maco V5/8
mounted on top. Both antennas are that
he is pleased with the performance of
the antennas and ease of installation.
Jeff Miller's Maco 5 Element Beam
and Maco V5000 in
Avisford, New South Wales
Australia
Getting ready for a keydown with
his Maco M103C
Cajun from Alabama.  It has a Maco
V5000 on top, Maco stacked 103's
in the middle, and below that is a
and installed on the top of the tower
by Little Cajun himself.   
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Here we have a few pictures sent in
shows the conversion of his vintage
Laser 400 to a 6 element and the
second shows after the restoration
back to the Laser 400 was complete.
We love this awesome picture of
Skeeter427's Stacked M104s sitting at
45' in Pottsville, PA.  He tells us,
"Thank you Maco, for letting this
station be heard". You can find him
Loving this fun picture that Unit 101 out
of Norristown, PA sent in!  He tells us,
"I've talked to California, Germany,
Venezuela with my V-Quad. It's my 3rd
one and I would recommend one to
anybody, I like the fact that it's small and
works vertical and horizontal at the same
time. Its plain awesome."
A big thank you to Dan for
sending in this great picture
of his newly installed M103!
Jim (166 West Michigan) sent in
this AWESOME picture of his M107
- he tells us that it's working great
and he talks a lot of DX with it.
Great picture of Booger's Laser
400 out in Shelby, North
Carolina. It's on a 90' tower and
103' to center of the boom.  
Big thanks to Jeff for sending in these great pictures of the new Maco BA-1 Balcony Antenna
on his 55'
. He says, "Well, after getting all set up , I have pictures of the NEW BA-1 antenna
in the 'vertical' plane but your BA-1 works great and thank you for this well constructed
antenna."
Big thanks to John for
sending in this picture of his
Maco Asteroid!
Robert's Comet in Alabama
Thanks to Jeff in Charlotte,
picture of his M108! It is up 56'.
Big thanks to Earl in Atlanta, GA
for sending in this great picture of
his M103HV on his 50' tower
Getting good reports for Andy
in Philadelphia  on his  V58.
He's using only 3' radials due
to space limitations and it's
working well!
Loving this picture of Albert's
M103 that he sent to us. It is up
45' and he tells us he is happy
with the beam and thinking about
getting a M104. He is located in
Thanks to Davis for
sending in this great
picture of his M107!
Michael in Adelaide, Australia.
is giving us good reports on his
Y-Quad: "I must say it works
BETTER than I thought. For such
a small antenna its unbelievable,
You guys make a great product!"
Thanks to Jeremy for sending in
this great picture of his new
V5000! He says, "I ended up with a
waiting for that DX to come rolling
thru. thanks for a great product
Thanks Rolypoly in Guntersville,
Alabama for the great V-Quad
picture. "Easy install under 3 hrs
by myself about 26 feet off the
ground. 1st contact was the
Mojave!"
Albert from Hamilton, Ontario sent
in this great picture of his M104.
He upgraded his set up from a
M103 and is loving his new beam.
Looking good up there!
Check out this extreme set up!
Owned by David in Morgantown,
West Virginia, this is a set of stacked
8's on 50 foot extended booms and
mounted on a 20' stacking boom.
It sits on a mountain top and is
engineered for 27.305 mhz. Amazing!
set up sent in by Don 606 'the
badmutha in the fat back'
Love seeing these big antennas in
the air! Thanks, Don!
Baloney's 5 Element Stacked
Set Up in Central Illinois
Looks great!!!
Baloney's 5 Element Stacked
Set Up in Central Illinois
Looks great!!!
David in Delaware, known to
Big thank you goes out to for
these great pics of his 16 year
old M104.
Big thank you goes out to
David in Delaware, known to
for these great pics of his 16
year old M104.
Here we have a few pictures sent in
by Wayne in Australia. The first image
shows the conversion of his vintage
Laser 400 to a 6 element and the
second shows after the restoration
back to the Laser 400 was complete.
Modified version of the M107. Driver element
changed to a hairpin. And the guy supports
modded. Alot ofDxing made 15 contacts in 30
minutes to the UK. 73 595 fun on 27.385 LSB.
Stan's M103 on the flatside in the Hawaiian Islands
Love this great picture of the Maco Comet sent in by
Roger. He says: "Just put this up a few days ago and it's
working better than my vertical ground plane that's 30
feet higher! I don't have room for anything bigger so I
think it will work well for me. Nice antenna!!!"
From Mista Foty Fo around the of my
M107 back in 2005 for your gallery on
the website. It was 11 years old at
that time. It was on a 40 foot Rohn
Tower with a 4 foot extension on the
bottom and was turned by a Ham IV.
Laser 500 in Manchester, New Hampshire. also
known as Mr. Johnnie Holmes). Peter is
running a Browning Mark III radio and his
Laser 500 sits 40' in the air. Looks great up
there!
Here we have Wayne's specially
It is a M107 on a 40' 4 1/2"
boom. It sits 52' to the center of
boom high and he tells us it is
doing a really good job.
103HV on a 24' boom. Sitting at the height of 50'. Have made contacts dxing
to Europe Australia and all over US and Canada. From my shack in Harper
Woods Michigan. 595.  27.385 LSB
Thanks to Barry aka Big Daddy . This is my
m107 at 108ft. The top 64ft is rohn free
standing and I built the bottom which tilts at
the ground, no climbing, Im 62 years old and
like to do everything by myself. It is pulled
up by a 8000lb winch. Takes about 30
minutes to put it up or take it down.
Thank you Debbie from D&G Dump
Truck Services for sending in these
great pictures of your new Asteroid!
She says: "We are located in Sneads,
Florida.  Our tower is about 89 feet
including antenna, my husband Gene
loves the way this antenna
performs-thanks for all your help in
answering all my questions"
Big thanks to Rick aka One Eyed Hank or
Dr. Nasty in Pevely, Missouri for sending
in these great pictures of his set up.
Thanks for sharing with us! Glad you're
enjoying them!
Big thanks to Mr. Lowrider aka Mr.
Veneno for sending in this absolutely
amazing picture of his 7 element
Maco.

Baltimore, MD and my handle on the
Super Bowl is Mr. Lowrider. My
handle on the Puerto Rican Super
Bowl is Mr. Veneno.
Thank you to Lou in Southern
Maryland for this great picture of his
Maco® V-Quad!
Thank you to Smokestack in Joshua
Tree, CA for sending in this perfect
picture of his M105HV. He says: "Here is
my HV105 on a 40 foot crank up tower,
best antenna ever, have talked all over,
Scotland,the Netherlands, England from
here in Joshua tree California"
Thank you to Dakota in Ila, GA for
sharing this awesome picture of his
V5000 with us!
Stunning picture submitted by Paul
Pittman of his Maco® Shooting
Star! Taken Christmas Eve 2015
Thank you to 256 out of ATL for sending in
this great picture of his Maco® M103!
Here we have an
impressive-looking eight element
built by Mr. 21nickle in
Washington. It was built out of
spare parts and parts purchased
from the Maco® factory.
Loving this picture sent in by
Martin in Arizona of his Maco®
M108!
15 miles inland from the southern New Jersey coast you'll find
Hound Dogs(aka 442) Maco Shooting Star making contacts across
the country and beyond. It survived several coastal storms in the
last 12 years with no problem.   
The set up shown in the photo above is
owned by WHIP in Alabama. It is a
Shooting Star Beam that has been
mounted on a 13' x 2" mast pipe on top
of a 72 foot Rohn tower.
M103 on a 600 foot hill in Oregon. He
says: "this antenna  works!" (Buzzard  
Portland  Oregon  still  Circling).
Big thanks to World Radio 677
out of Australia for this great
picture of his Maco set up.
This is an M108 built on a 43.5'
boom.
Thank you 62 Boston for sharing your M103 with us! He says:  
Heres My Maco 103  it gets out! I run a Yaesu FT-890, I have
it 25ft off the ground and I'm on a hill she gets out awesome.
I have the radio connected to a pioneer receiver and run a Set
of BOSE and Towers for the receive end you must hear the
stations you're talking to!
Thank you to Caveman in Virginia for this awesome
submission. He says: After using my new Laser 400 for a
couple of weeks, I have made contacts that I couldn't have
made previously using a smaller antenna. The rejection
side dose an excellent job of keeping the noise down and
lets the business end do the multiplication. This is the first
Maco beam I have put up, but just like my V5000(ground
plane) it will be here forever.
Another great looking  antenna shown above made with
salvaged items plus lots of parts purchased from Maco®!
Thank you to Mr 21nickle out of Moses Lake WA for
sharing with us.
Love this great photo of Rick's M103. He
says: I was always a fan of the M105 but this
103 really surprised me! Great beam and I
appreciate the great service from Maco staff!
Rick in Mississippi.
Wow, what a great picture from 155 Texas!
He says: Been running my Maco V5000
ground plane for years now trouble free
with no issues.  it is pole mounted at 30'
M106C is up on the horizontal side at 55'
and works great!

155 Texas / #73 Chicago Rack Pack
Big thank you to 315 Warlock (Ron) in
Silverwood, Michigan for sharing his Maco set up.
Great pic from Dave of his 7 element tune for
26.715 am Spanish radio Lakosafea
Thanks for sending this in guys! "Our mobile 4
element maco tuned for 26.715am raised with air
boom Longamade an mr bombillo my self in the
middle Lakosafea Spanish radio"
This is 513 Nebraska with my stack v quads with
the Maco stack kit on a custom-built tripod
"Here is my Y Quad up and loving it 606 love
countr
y"
"Thanx and a tip of the hat to you guys for a
great product (the V-Quad)
and even better support.
" Thanks, William!