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    Re: UTD mCCR1 Class report, San Diego, March 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Ambrose  View Original Post
    If you are on the trigger and descending, then you can operate all with one hand while holding the light and trigger in the right hand (just like on OC)

    it dos and will take some practice though. I did do one scooter dive on the Rebreather and it definitely "needs work"
    I was speaking to ISC today and the ADV for the Manta won't be around any time soon. It is my intention to configure my RB as yours is, mainly for investigational purposes but I see adding diluent being a challenge while scootering.

    OK I thought you guys always put your light in your left hand. Was I mistaken?
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    Re: UTD mCCR1 Class report, San Diego, March 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by wedivebc  View Original Post
    OK I thought you guys always put your light in your left hand. Was I mistaken?
    Generally in the left yes, but it is acceptable to use the right thumb in the goodman handle (or a thumb loop on light) for short periods (i.e. while doing a valve drill, dumping gas, checking SPG etc)

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    Re: UTD mCCR1 Class report, San Diego, March 2010

    Nick -- in the spirit of fun, I just ran across this post back in Sept on SoCalTech divers ... Seems we corrupted you to the dark side !!

    Best,

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    Re: Sept 13...90' vis on the GOOSE
    « Reply #17 on: September 16, 2009, 08:03:53 AM »





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    heh heh heh. this is how all us normal people feel when you lot go on about

    "CCR this"
    "bailout that"
    "i forgot my Helium password for my death machine so now I have to pretend I am diving air"
    "di-axial scrubber radius of error"
    "200 MvA in one cell until I whack it on the bench, then it comes right back"

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    Re: UTD mCCR1 Class report, San Diego, March 2010

    Heh heh heh touche mate :)

    how our words come back to haunt us! :)
    (definitely taken in the spirit of fun....)

    Quote Originally Posted by gato2  View Original Post
    Nick -- in the spirit of fun, I just ran across this post back in Sept on SoCalTech divers ... Seems we corrupted you to the dark side !!

    Best,

    John



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    Re: Sept 13...90' vis on the GOOSE
    « Reply #17 on: September 16, 2009, 08:03:53 AM »





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    heh heh heh. this is how all us normal people feel when you lot go on about

    "CCR this"
    "bailout that"
    "i forgot my Helium password for my death machine so now I have to pretend I am diving air"
    "di-axial scrubber radius of error"
    "200 MvA in one cell until I whack it on the bench, then it comes right back"

    etc. etc.















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