GXT1050VP4 Two-Way Radio

With 50 channels and Mossy Oak® Break-Up Country camouflage, the GXT1050 two-way radio is a perfect accessory for those who like to travel a little farther off the beaten path while on the hunt.

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$99.99

Features


Three Year Warranty

22 Channels PLUS 28 EXTRA CHANNELS - Clear, crisp communication with easy button access

JIS4 Waterproof* - Protection in all directions against light rain or splashing water

285 Privacy Codes - Gives you up to 6270 channel options to help you block other conversations

36 Mile Range* - Longer range communication in open areas with little or no obstruction

X-TRA TALK Power - Maximum allowed by law

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REVIEWS


Two-Way Radio is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Hunting Radios I've Ever Owned I bought a set of these radios 3 or 4 years ago. My hunting partner and I were so impressed with their range and clarity that he purchased another set and now we outfit our entire hunting party. They have been extremely effective in the mountains of Vermont and have saved us numerous trips when something caused us to need to contact other hunting party members.
Date published: 2018-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very clear audio I bought this 7 months ago and it is still working fine. It is very easy to use and the manual is easy to understand.
Date published: 2018-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great distance had the radios about a year now. they work very well. only problem is you need extra batteries for a long day out. the rechargeable batteries that come with it will only last 4 hours or so. we use them at the campground for when the kids go out to run around. we've had them work in the neighborhood for 2 miles. and have never been out of range on vacation or in the campgrounds. they work best when cell phone signal is limited as a backup to get a hold of each other.
Date published: 2018-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Above average radios I haven't had a chance to use these extensively yet but very pleased so far. The FRS/GRMS flexibility id great and allows use of full power up to allowed limits. These have all of the features I need plus extras. I also ordered a base radio so we could keep track of our grandkids while camping.
Date published: 2018-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good range So far so good. Haven't been able to test them in the field yet. But with wife in the house I got in the car and drove for about a mile up the road. Trees all around. Didn't start to fade till I hit a mile. I expect it will do better in the field since we will be outside.
Date published: 2018-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great radios 2nd set of Midland radios. Great quality and value.
Date published: 2019-01-19
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QUESTIONS


Having done some research one does not need an GMRS license if the power output on the shared FRS/GMRS channels is less than the FRS limit. What is the power output for channels 1-7 on Low and Medium? I know you state on High it is up to 5W

Asked by: Graham
Hey Graham, that is not the case. If a radio is capable of transmitting over 2W of power it is a GMRS radio that requires FCC licensing. It does not matter what channel it is on or what power level it is transmitting at the time.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-11-22

Will this radio talk to the micro mobile high power channels that are repeater capable? I believe it is channels 16-22.

Asked by: hughes18
Hello, yes the GXT1050 is capable of communicating with GMRS MicroMobile radios on 15 - 22. To do so you would need an FCC license but you should already have one if using a MicroMobile GMRS radio, so you should be good to go!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-12-16

how many watts with max power

Asked by: steve
Up to 5 watts.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2018-02-05

If I buy 2 sets of these radios will they sync with one another?

Asked by: PRoberts
Hello there, yes as long as all radios are set to the same channel/frequency you are going to be able to communicate with all units!
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-10-18

I have no idea what GMRS/FRS is. Can I just use these radios with my hunting party without obtaining a license? If not, where and how do I obtain an FCC license?

Asked by: TommyC
Hello Tommy, We have a few blogs on the topic here on our website. Please look these over for more information: https://midlandusa.com/why-do-i-need-a-gmrs-license-how-do-i-get-it/ MidlandUSA
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-11-27

Does this radio have a removable antenna and if so what type of connector 

Asked by: Jason03
Negative, this is a fixed antenna that cannot be removed.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-09-25

Can you tell us what the actual transmit power of the medium setting is?

Asked by: ChuckA
On medium setting this radio will not transmit over 2W of power.
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-10-31

What are the frequencies of channels CH 23-50. They are not documented on the manual nor specs document. Only the 22 FRS ones. The 30 GMRS frequencies are not documented.

Asked by: MPerez
Of course, these are simply the regular FRS/GMRS shared channels with pre-programmed privacy codes. Midland Preset Frequency GMRS Channel Privacy Code Used Channel 23 462.5625 Channel 1 CTCSS 38 Channel 24 462.6125 Channel 3 CTCSS 35 Channel 25 462.6625 Channel 5 CTCSS 32 Channel 26 462.7125 Channel 7 CTCSS 29 Channel 27 462.5500 Channel 15 CTCSS 26 Channel 28 462.6000 Channel 17 CTCSS 23 Channel 29 462.6500 Channel 19 CTCSS 20 Channel 30 462.7000 Channel 21 CTCSS 17 Channel 31 462.5875 Channel 2 DCS 1 Channel 32 462.6375 Channel 4 DCS 4 Channel 33 462.6875 Channel 6 DCS 7 Channel 34* 467.5625 Channel 8 DCS 10 Channel 35* 467.6125 Channel 10 DCS 13 Channel 36* 467.6625 Channel 12 DCS 16 Channel 37* 467.7125 Channel 14 DCS 19 Channel 38 462.5750 Channel 16 DCS 22 Channel 39 462.6250 Channel 18 DCS 25 Channel 40 462.6750 Channel 20 DCS 28 Channel 41 462.7250 Channel 22 DCS 31 Channel 42 462.5625 Channel 1 CTCSS 14 Channel 43 462.6125 Channel 3 CTCSS 11 Channel 44 462.6625 Channel 5 CTCSS 8 Channel 45 462.7125 Channel 7 CTCSS 5 Channel 46 462.5500 Channel 15 CTCSS 2 Channel 47 462.6000 Channel 17 CTCSS 37 Channel 48 462.6500 Channel 19 CTCSS 34 Channel 49 462.7000 Channel 21 CTCSS 31 Channel 50 462.7250 Channel 2 DCS 2
Answered by: Midland Support
Date published: 2018-12-13
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