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Any expert know this second stage

Discussion in 'Vintage Equipment Diving' started by crazydiver_alex, Jun 5, 2019.

  1. Sam Miller III

    Sam Miller III Scuba Legend Scuba Legend

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    The Bunns regulator was also marketed in the UK as the Typhoon regulator in the mid 1960s by a short lived dive company, as I recall, by the same name..

    It was highly advertised in the BSAC Triton magazine during that period

    Sameo- sameo --dry, sunny & warm

    All is well
    Sam
     
  2. ofg-1

    ofg-1 Course Director

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    You have left a couple of things out of your weather report. A good chance of wildfire smoke, and a slim chance of the state shaking itself apart.

    While here in Florida, we also have dry, sunny and warm, along with rain, thunderstorms, occasional hurricanes, localized flooding, mosquito borne illness, lyme disease, alligators, various venomous snakes, yellow flies, no-see-ums, a oversized mutant mouse in central Florida, invasive lizards and pythons, and the annual migration of snowbirds. Come and visit!
     
  3. Sam Miller III

    Sam Miller III Scuba Legend Scuba Legend

    # of Dives: 5,000 - ∞
    Location: CALIFORNIA: Where recreational diving began!
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    @ofg-1

    "you have left a couple of things out of your weather report. A good chance of wildfire smoke, and a slim chance of the state shaking itself apart.

    While here in Florida, we also have dry, sunny and warm, along with rain, thunderstorms, occasional hurricanes, localized flooding, mosquito borne illness, lyme disease, alligators, various venomous snakes, yellow flies, no-see-ums, a oversized mutant mouse in central Florida, invasive lizards and pythons, and the annual migration of snowbirds. Come and visit! "

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    FYI= Kalifornia is a long state.

    I reside in CenCal-almost in the middle of the state on the beach over looking the blue Pacific Ocean in what is locally known as a micro-climate. A very constant temperature seldom over 75 or under 60 year round and generally very sunny - sun glasses and hats are the norm-- our equivalent to other area's sweaters. Since we are located on the beach we do not have bugs - house flies,. mosquitos, nats , fire flies...only tourist

    My city is universally known as the destination of Bugs Bunny who never made it to our fair city due to the Road Runner's activity

    I have been a visitor to Florida on numerous occasions beginning in 1940s. Most recently was 2 years ago - Mrs. Miller, our dog Max and I loaded our travel trailer abd headed east- destination Key West.
    We made it to Tallahassee were the humidity, heat, and bugs over powered us along with a constant stream of snow birders heading north who one and all questioned our sanity.

    We determined we were people of the west and headed home at a very leisurely pace.

    But we are all Americans and individually and collectively are proud of our state and this great country SAM MILLER III
     
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