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Noah Cash

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  1. Hilda Billie was a rural carrier for 26 years, and I want to thank Mule Shoe for the great explination and clearing up much of the wrong opinions for the carriers, both city and rural. In most cases they try to do an excellent job, but as in most large outfits,  there are those who will do the absolute minimum to get by.

    Thanks Mule shoe Bill

  2. 4 hours ago, portugeejn said:

    Noah, I'd give a full face a try.  I just tried one after using a CPAP for 20+ years, and my AHI when from 19-21 to 4-6 in just the 3 days I have been using it (a Fisher Paykel Vitera).  I have only used nasal pillows and nasal masks in the past.  Worth trying it out.

     I will call the VA tomorrow and ask for the full face.  I’ve been using the machine for just over 30 days or so and still learning.

    NC

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  3. 3 hours ago, Sedalia Dave said:

     

     

    How you tighten your mask makes a big difference. I discovered through trial and error that it is way too easy to overtighten the top straps on a full face mask. This will cause a leak every time.  Over tightening them will also cause the mask to be more leak prone.

     

    One issue I discovered when wearing my previous full face masks is that when I shifted from my back to my side I tended to drop my chin closer to my chest. This caused the straps on my mask to loosen and the mask to leak. This is easy to test. Lay on your back and adjust your straps till the mask just stops leaking. Now roll on your side keeping your head up. Now let your chin drop to your chest. You can feel the straps loosen. 

     

    The Dreamware mask doesn't do this because the straps are higher up on the back of my skull.

     

    Thanks for the advise. I have fiddled with the straps but a little guidance helps a lot.   
    NC

  4. As a recient new-be to the use of a C-PAP I really appreciate this info and find it very interesting.  I have been trying to figure out how I can reduce or eliminate the leak around my eyes or my chin when I  turn over to my side .  I currently use the nasal but have been considering the full face. 

  5. Willy its yours if you want it. I forgot to put the quantity, only 14 pieces but I can get it in the mail monday if it is worth it for only 14.  Let me know, or if you want I will keep my eye out for more and put it on hold until I get enough to be worth it.  If you are not in a hurry I will hold it with your name on it for a couple of weeks and try and add to it.    PM Me your address.

     

    NC

  6. As an "RO" (Range Officer) at our local range I have the opportunity to collect discarded brass from shooters who do not reload. ( I always ASK before I collect their brass) Some of this has been reloaded and just not found/picked up, much is once fired and left behind.

     

    I have collected a small amount of brass in various calibers that I don't shoot and probably never will.  If any one can use any of this it is yours for the asking + Postage.  I imagine some of it is so small amounts it is not worth messing with, but you  can be the judge of that.

     

    Currently available:

    7MM Mag 27 pieces, 14 brass/13 Nickle plated

    300 WBY Mag 5 all brass gone

    270 WSM 40 all nickel plated

    25-06 18 all Brass

    7MM-08  35 PCs all brass

    22-250, 18 PCs all  brass

    224 Valkrie 20 all nickel plated

    10 MM auto  14 PCs. all nickel plated  gone

     

    If anyone can use any of these and its worth the effort + Postage, let me know and I'll get it your way.

     Happy shootin, and stay safe!

    N.C.

     

     

  7. All this stuff has changed many times since I moved out of N.Y. but I sure don't have any reason to go back to live. Utah is not my/our first choice for other reasons, however based on gun regulations, it is one of the top choices in the nation. New York would toss away the key to my cell if I /We ever went back there to take up residence!

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