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User profile: vrokhlenko
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#22 - vrokhlenko
Look, my father died last year. I switched to the air guns many years ago. That gun was custom made and was never ...
Look, my father died last year. I switched to the air guns many years ago. That gun was custom made and was never reliable. You do not want it, trust me. You want something new and ...
Look, my father died last year. I switched to the air guns many years ago. That gun was custom made and was never reliable. You do not want it, trust me. You want something new and serviceable. Hydro-pneumatic guns use o-rings heavily so ...
#16 - vrokhlenko
I can not sell you something I do not trust will perform. It is not a reliable gun and has not been used in decades ...
I can not sell you something I do not trust will perform. It is not a reliable gun and has not been used in decades. Look into roller guns (rubber) ...
I can not sell you something I do not trust will perform. It is not a reliable gun and has not been used in decades. Look into roller guns (rubber) ...
#10 - vrokhlenko
Dude, most of my family is there too and I have a hydro-pneumatic gun at my mom's place - my father was a speargun ...
Dude, most of my family is there too and I have a hydro-pneumatic gun at my mom's place - my father was a speargun designer ;). He designed many guns - spring, air, hydro-pneumatic ...
Dude, most of my family is there too and I have a hydro-pneumatic gun at my mom's place - my father was a speargun designer ;). He designed many guns - spring, air, hydro-pneumatic... I use Mares Cyrano for many-many years - they are OK but ...
#7 - vrokhlenko
"And despite the fact the I am fluent in Russian". You answered your own question - address them in Ukrainian and see ...
"And despite the fact the I am fluent in Russian". You answered your own question - address them in Ukrainian and see what happens! :p ...
"And despite the fact the I am fluent in Russian". You answered your own question - address them in Ukrainian and see what happens! :p ...

Advice on Diving Watch wrist circumference

Freediving Equipment

#5 - vrokhlenko
So? Add an extension and be done with it. Something similar to this if you do not want to do it yourself: https://www ...
So? Add an extension and be done with it. Something similar to this if you do not want to do it yourself: https://www.scuba.com/p-mrssmes/ ... ...
So? Add an extension and be done with it. Something similar to this if you do not want to do it yourself: https://www.scuba.com/p-mrssmes/ ... ...

Advice on Diving Watch wrist circumference

Freediving Equipment

#3 - vrokhlenko
Omer Mistral has magnetic buttons identical to the Omer Omr-1. They are rusted out after 60 salt-water dives and do not ...
Omer Mistral has magnetic buttons identical to the Omer Omr-1. They are rusted out after 60 salt-water dives and do not register the push. My watch was washed in fresh water after ...
Omer Mistral has magnetic buttons identical to the Omer Omr-1. They are rusted out after 60 salt-water dives and do not register the push. My watch was washed in fresh water after each dive. Maybe I got unlucky but it is something to keep ...
#4 - vrokhlenko
I also shot myself in the hand with a spring gun - the loader slipped. What you need is a hydro-pneumatic gun. You just ...
I also shot myself in the hand with a spring gun - the loader slipped. What you need is a hydro-pneumatic gun. You just INSERT the shaft and then pump water with a built-in pump to ...
I also shot myself in the hand with a spring gun - the loader slipped. What you need is a hydro-pneumatic gun. You just INSERT the shaft and then pump water with a built-in pump to push back the piston in the air chamber. These guns were ...
#2 - vrokhlenko
Get a pneumatic and load with your left - I do not see a problem there. ...
Get a pneumatic and load with your left - I do not see a problem there. ...
Get a pneumatic and load with your left - I do not see a problem there. ...
#4 - vrokhlenko
I understand - in Mexico gear is expensive plus I believe they tax you on foreign mail orders :( When my Omer crapped ...
I understand - in Mexico gear is expensive plus I believe they tax you on foreign mail orders :( When my Omer crapped out - i was in your shoes - was thinking about Seac Partner ...
I understand - in Mexico gear is expensive plus I believe they tax you on foreign mail orders :( When my Omer crapped out - i was in your shoes - was thinking about Seac Partner - they are very cheap. But I have required equipment to ...
#2 - vrokhlenko
I have to disappoint you but there is a meaningful possibility that you will have issues with the cheap and not so cheap ...
I have to disappoint you but there is a meaningful possibility that you will have issues with the cheap and not so cheap ones. I am actually in the process of repairing mine (Omer ...
I have to disappoint you but there is a meaningful possibility that you will have issues with the cheap and not so cheap ones. I am actually in the process of repairing mine (Omer Omr-1) after maybe 60 salt water dives (washed in fresh ...
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