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    Retired and still enjoying life with my wife of 50+ years.
    Suburban Phoenix, Arizona
    Photography is my current main interest.
    Retired in 1996
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Posted 06-30-2012 at 12:49 by photooracle Comments 3
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Well, guys & gals . . . I didn't know where to put this question. Perhaps some of you will have good answers.

Recently (like 3 weeks ago) I had a pacemaker implanted, and now I have to be on Oxygen 24/7. Hopefully it will be temporary, but we do not know yet.

I'm sure everyone here knows that you do not smoke around Oxygen, have to keep distance from open flames, and even sparks.

Now, if I fire my G19, the gun may have some flame, sparks, etc. from...
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Posted 12-17-2012 at 19:48 by photooracle photooracle is offline
Most likely I would...
Posted 07-10-2012 at 16:49 by photooracle photooracle is offline
Basically, the o2 outside...
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