Just want to know of a good frs/gmrs radios, using for hunting and fishing, ones that use aaa or aa batteries. have vibrate alert and vox. Can take some abuse, can or can not hook up external antenna.( car or truck).Do some get better talk distance than others, been looking at the midland GllC2 radios( good or bad) thank you
What is your price range???
If you have the extra cash to spend start looking toward ICOM, Kenwood or Pryme. As a liscensed GMRS user I wouldnt even consider a bubble pack radio as a viable source for dependable communications.
I have a pair of old Maxon 210+3s. They dont have all the bells and whistles but are extremely dependable and can be used with alot of different battery combinations from 2 watt to 5 watt and you can easily build a AA battery pack for use in the field.
You could also consider MURS radio frequency. You can transmit 2 watts with no licsense. I also have a pair of Motorola VHFs that work very good in hilly areas.