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"Art, I have used a green courtesy light (Ontario), and in all honesty, I didn't rea…"

Jeff Clayton replied Jun 20, 2009 to Green Courtesy Lights for Nova Scotia Volunteer Firefighters

16 May 9, 2010
Reply by Michael Bricault (ret)

"15 years in a Scott myself...from the old 2A, to the 2.2, then the 4.5. Like most ha…"

Jeff Clayton replied Feb 5, 2009 to SCBA

11 Feb 7, 2009
Reply by Eric Hankins

"I agree with Dave in regards to tools, weather, strength of the response, time of al…"

Jeff Clayton replied Feb 1, 2009 to Size up from the backseat

7 Feb 18, 2009
Reply by Billy lewis

"Apparatus design, your response area, and staffing will probably dictate which loads…"

Jeff Clayton replied Jan 24, 2009 to Hose loads

15 Mar 2, 2011
Reply by Pierre-Louis LAMBALLAIS

"I just google'd 'vindicator fire nozzle' and found some interesting data...if it's t…"

Jeff Clayton replied Jan 20, 2009 to Vindicator

23 Jan 22, 2009
Reply by Kirk Allen

"Thats a pretty big statement saying that it's the best nozzle for any department! As…"

Jeff Clayton replied Jan 20, 2009 to Vindicator

23 Jan 22, 2009
Reply by Kirk Allen

"I carry a set of 'Stanley' Tin-snips. They don't open as wide as the shears that hav…"

Jeff Clayton replied Jan 6, 2009 to Wire Cutters

13 Jan 18, 2009
Reply by Mike Walker

"Our officers usually take it easy on us on Sundays. We have the traditional 'big bre…"

Jeff Clayton replied Dec 16, 2008 to Training on Sunday's

68 Nov 12, 2014
Reply by Karl Grath

"I have drafted with a TFT stortz suction adaptor, and it functioned perfectly. Howev…"

Jeff Clayton replied Dec 3, 2008 to Drafting

8 Jan 4, 2009

"I have an N6A that I purchased for my own use. It was bought used and came yellow, a…"

Jeff Clayton replied Dec 2, 2008 to Leather helmets

51 Feb 6, 2011
Reply by Ron Becknell


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