It happens. Not often. While KH6 isn't exactly rare, it is sought after. There are many ops out there who for one reason or another hand the QSL duties over to someone else. I could come up with a laundry list of reasons, as can many on the list, and we still wouldn't cover all of the possibilities. So while we don't know the "why," or "why's," obviously there's a reason.
You could try QSL'ing direct. But don't be surprised if you don't get a card back. One of the simplest reasons might be that the manager, not the op, has the cards... so if you're going to try that route, I'd suggest including a filled-out card on his behalf that all he has to do is sign. Look at it this way Mike, it could be worse. There will be another one. And at least you have a 160 antenna up right now, unlike some of us (working on it)! <g> 73, ron w3wn -----Original Message----- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Mike W2LO Sent: Saturday, December 30, 2006 7:09 PM To: email@example.com Subject: [DX-CHAT] QSLing KH6 I recently worked a KH6 on 160 who, on his website, requests that QSLs go via his European manager. Now considering that he lives in the same country that I do it seems a bit much to request that I use an 84 cent airmail stamp and a GS or two or an IRC to get his card back. I realize that I should simply work another one but has anyone else encountered this issue? Mike W2LO Subscribe/unsubscribe, feedback, FAQ, problems http://njdxa.org/dx-chat To post a message, DX related items only, firstname.lastname@example.org This is the DX-CHAT reflector sponsored by the NJDXA http://njdxa.org Subscribe/unsubscribe, feedback, FAQ, problems http://njdxa.org/dx-chat To post a message, DX related items only, email@example.com This is the DX-CHAT reflector sponsored by the NJDXA http://njdxa.org