This log is provided as proof how well the Tak-tenna performs:http://www.tak-tenna.com/KB4QQJ%20WAS%20Log.htm
First, I doubt many newbies recognize that those October 27/28, 2007 DX contacts were made during a contest where 59 reports are standard.
Two very rare 40 meter SSB Qs stand out amid the ordinary Caribbean and EU big guns: 6A7YRR, said to be in Egypt, and AP5A logged as Pakistan.
I operated that whole weekend on 40 in the CQWW SSB and don't remember seeing those spotted. Based on nearly 50 years of contesting, I was dubious that such juicy contacts could be made with 5 watts into a Tak-tenna. So I ran those calls thru Google and DX Summit and came up with nothing. (AP5A is shown as a possible pirate in 2006)
The 6A prefix is allocated to Egypt but it is surely a busted call or something else.
There ARE some decent Qs in the log including a couple of big contest stations in Morocco. Those were worked on 20, not 40 meters. Morocco is one of the world's great DX locations.