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Old 08-20-2018, 03:07 PM   #11
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Default Re: Airstream tilt

Originally Posted by Shawn Husk View Post
I too have a blowstick with a built in valve, I also use a Moose valve (more as a spit trap than anything else) and I've never had any clacking or other issues.
Me too. I've done this for years with never a problem. For a short time, I even had three valves at the same time: one integrated in a Gannaway mouthpiece (an excellent mouthpiece no longer being made), one integrated in a Walsh blowpipe and a Moose valve, all without the slightest problem. I simply couldn't be bothered to remove the valves from the blowpipe and the mouthpiece. Two or three valves seem to make no difference, since it is always the valve closest to the bag that will be closed by back pressure. The other valve or valves higher in the blowpipe do absolutely nothing in my experience.
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Old 09-07-2018, 06:38 AM   #12
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A moose once bit my sister. No, reilly!
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