Time Left: 11 days and 17 hours
Barely used full rig purchased brand new form the Ranch Pro Shop in 2014 while I was a cadet. The container is a mirage G4 sized M5 (see data card). The main is a Sabre 2 190 and the reserve is a PD Optimum 193. Both have a DOM of 10-14. The AAD was purchased in 2011 with a DOM of 53/11 so it still has some life. Overall I've put less than 50 jumps on this rig and the reserve has 1x ride (not a malfunction, I literally couldn't reach the hacky handle due to powerlifting). This rig is in excellent condition and comes with a ranch pro shop carry bag as well. I'm into powered paramotoring now but I got out of the sport a couple of years ago (hence the reserve ride). Willing to hear best offer. UPDATE: At the time of purchase I was 5'10" and around 225-230 if that helps with sizing. Be aware though, that Mirages website sizes have apparently updated so an M5 now is apparently not an M5 in 2014.
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Medford, Oregon - US
Thanks for the input. Quite honestly I'm just looking for ideas, I'm open to anywhere so long as there's an amazing view from exit. I've been to Moorea before and I loved it! I never considered that there would be skydiving there though... I'll look into it. Any other ideas?
It's a little bit of a drive but Skydive Oregon in Molalla is a good DZ. I received my AFF there before moving on to the Ranch in NY. They're sticklers about rules which IMO is a good building block for new students. Suffice to say it's a professional DZ. The only negative I have was that it's tandem oriented and there aren't a lot of fun jumpers around (at least when I was there).
BLUFF: I want to skydive in a tropical heaven where the USD is strong and the location is gorgeous. I was thinking Thailand originally, but it appears that there aren't any DZ's near the ocean/islands. Fiji looks like a good potential, and I've heard about places in Mexico, but I'm not sure. I'm leaning towards the south pacific. I'm a college senior so I don't have wads of cash (planning on back packing as much as I can), but I'm not picky. THROW A DART AT THAT GLOBE AND LETS GET HER GOING!