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  1. Staying at the Aldora Villa in Cozumel this week; Pictures

    by , January 17th, 2013 at 09:05 PM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
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    More photos at : facebook/how2scuba
  2. Used Sony Nex 7 Camera with New Nauticam Housing, Used 4.33 Dome Port

    by , January 16th, 2013 at 09:46 PM
    sold again Thanks Scuba board again

    email us for pics info@hollywoodivers.com

    Updated February 12th, 2014 at 10:54 PM by Hollywoodivers (sold)

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  3. Buddy Breathing, by Dennis Graver in ~1972

    by , January 15th, 2013 at 10:28 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by John C. Ratliff View Post
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    I do not disagree with Hilbert's opinion, in fact I worked at the NAUDC for years. What I object to is Dennis' misleading statement that implies that even properly conducted BB my be fatal because divers hold their breath and thus overpressurize to the point of AGE while still involved in BB. The locked glottis and AGE has ALWAYS occurred as a result of the failure of the BB activity and the subsequent separation of the buddies coupled with the inability to the perform a CESA. Hilbert would
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  4. Hyperventilating at 110 feet

    by , January 14th, 2013 at 01:51 PM
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    Just got back from Cozumel where I had 26 dives in two weeks. On my very last day I was at Columbia Deep and got into a situation where my training worked out but it was a close call...I was actually too nervous to adjust my 2nd stage G250 given my earlier incident so that is why I used my Octo. My Octo is a second stage regulator that I use as an Octo...
    (emphasis added, jcr)
    violinfather,

    The Scubapro G250 has the adjusting knob so that, in a current, you can
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  5. MOF/NMOF LXI - Almost broken, but never bent

    by , January 9th, 2013 at 01:53 PM
    DB.. That is some pretty cool stuff. Bit out of Mt price range... But very cool.
    How much fun would it be to have that.. And it leads a bugler right to your front door...where he us met by a huge rotty.
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