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Old 02-22-2012   #11
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I think that guy has the NO2 pack.....

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Old 02-23-2012   #12
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I like the idea of having the airbag. When I got my first avalung (before they made the packs), it worried my family and some friends that it would make me ski scary avy terrain. It didnt. I am still OCD and uptight about being safe, even more now that I have a wife and a little baby depending on me. I think the airbag would just make me that more comfortable. All equipment has its limits, the most important part of being safe is leaving your testosterone in the truck to help you make better decisions (yes this is aimed at us boys, we are more dangerous).
Please be safe!

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Old 02-23-2012   #13
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Originally Posted by DanOrion View Post
This gentlemen is demonstrating the life-saving protection afforded by BCA's new N20 pack. Over 95% of BCA N20 users never get off the couch, much less set foot in avalanche terrain.

That's great-reminds me of the good ole days!
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Old 02-25-2012   #14
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Love my airbag...but then again I actually go skiing from time to time

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