Post by scubalawyer on Dec 15, 2019 15:30:23 GMT -8
Seller knocked off 5% !
Get your checkbooks out. I predict it will bid up to exactly "no sale."
I SEE HOW IT IS. WHEN OTHER PEOPLE GO OUTSIDE IT'S "GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH" AND "HIGHLY RECOMMENDED." BUT WHEN I GO OUTSIDE IT'S A "CONTAINMENT BREACH" AND A "HIGH-LEVEL THREAT TO PUBLIC SAFETY." OK, BE THAT WAY.
Post by Ol' Mossback on Dec 15, 2019 16:27:08 GMT -8
Several years ago I sold my 'never in the water' (according to the fellow whom I bought it from). DA.....was on a display shelf in his late dads scuba shop).......sold it to a Italian fellow who claimed to be a certified Hard Hat diver.......well, he received it and wrote me back that it was dented on the edge (the bevel on the valve yoke side) and had scratches......I had noted in my ad that it had handling scratches.........Me thinks he was trying to scam me as he claimed the duckbill should also fit across the inside, not stop at the center.......Beware of the World wide experts.....~
Ol' Mossback There are several ways to skin a cat, but first you need a cat. Preferably a dead cat. It is easier that way. My Cousin Sam Clemems. If you want to be someone, be yourself: but if you want to be a Pirate, be a Pirate. Capt. Jack Sparrow
"There is no 'After the War' for a fighter pilot." Raoul Lufbery; Pilot, Ace, Lafayette Escadrille
I don't know, but it looks to me like it is just the second stage at that.
You are correct. It’s marked “Octopus” because it’s a “safe second” (unless USD had a model called Octopus).
They should have. That would have thrown everyone for a loop! Talk about confusion. "I have an Octopus." Yeah, so what? You're supposed to." LOL! Truth be told, I didn't notice it was actually marked "Octopus". Dang, I don't have one of those yet. I neeeed it.
Silly humans, fins are for fish. Mammals use flippers.