Left handed Sherwood 2nd Stage Regulator?

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Fishyhead

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I received this Sherwood second stage regulator with a Scubapro MK10/G250 combo. It was fitted to a standard LP hose and looks to have been worn on the right but the regulator feeds from the left. That configuration seems ideal for sharing with a buddy since the reg mouthpiece naturally points away from the donator.

Does anyone know anything about this regulator?

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Jonny Wishbone

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It is an old Sherwood shadow. It’s original configuration was that it was inline on the low inflator hose of the bc. It came with a short little stubby hose and a weird y fitting. If you ditch the y fitting you can turn it into a left hand reg which someone did. It’s from the late 80’s early 90’s
 
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Thanks! Being attached to the BC hose explains the angle of the mouthpiece is to the hose connection. I got certified around the time this was new so I'll probably keep it on the shelf.
 
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