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fallingopihi

Jul 24, 2001, 8:01 PM
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As a current AFP student about to complete the program, hopefully this weekend:), and looking for gear; I was wondering if there is a 'blue book' for skydiving equipment?



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Premier skybytch  (D License)

Jul 25, 2001, 7:53 AM
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Not yet...

But check out the "Gear" section of this website - there's loads of good information on choosing your equipment there.

pull and flare,
lisa
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Nobody's perfect.
Therefore, I am perfect!


jhus

Jul 25, 2001, 11:20 AM
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what exactly is square one- is that a web site?



skymedic  (C 33561)

Jul 25, 2001, 12:07 PM
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Uh oh lisa, he doesn't even know your company...and they are like the best.

Marc
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Jul 25, 2001, 12:07 PM
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Square One is one of the best retailers of skydiving gear in the US. They have 3 locations. Square One is at Perris, Square Two is at Eloy and Square 3 is at CrossKeys. (I think thats the right order)
Check them out on the Web at http://www.square1.com. They are extremly nice to deal with and I am ordering all my new gear through them in the future. They also sell used gear and will sell your gear for you on consignment if you are a regular out there. Their prices are at or below the market value and their phone support (Hi Lisa!!) is practically unmatched for gear sales.

Whoa... That was cool!


ClayFowler  (A 36447)

Jul 25, 2001, 6:55 PM
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 Well...I wouldn't say the "best" Alright you biased folks out there! Dont miss checking out SkyKat.com. Tony and Kate are good people and will set you up right. As I have posted before Tony once sent me out of his store to go find someone that was selling a used canopy because it was a better deal for me. Nuff said!




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