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Just curious, as I have always mounted mine "right side up" but have seen a noticed a few people using them in what I had previously thought to be "up side down". I kind of like the clean look that gives. Any opinions?
Last edited by jmneill; June 14th, 2012 at 09:33 AM.
Turret down, as it is less likely to hit the back of my head when I look up. Caveat is that on some tanks with a short neck valve, the clearance might be insufficient. I recall in the manual that scuba pro states that you can install it either way, so you can put it up or down depending on how it works best for you and your style of diving.