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  1. I have almost every issue, Parachutist goes straight to the trash! I still re-read them.
  2. I'm jumping a PD demo Stilleto. Are there any special packing tips for it?
  3. Ifly tunnel in OKC won't let you step foot in the tunnel unless you're an IBA member.
  4. Spanki, Jumps at Airtight, can do it. Also, rigger at Cushing as well.
  5. Let me know ow much you want for it. That's the month/year I started jumping.


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    2. jumpsracer


      Sounds good to me. PayPal will work, let me know the details. Thanks!!!

      David Sakal 1217 Nw 8th St Moore Ok 73170-1001


    3. triplecanopy


      Hi David,

      I have your address. Thanks

      Please go to PayPal.com and send $20.00 (F&F) to my email. Once I receive the funds, I will mail your magazine.

      All the best,


    4. triplecanopy


      Got it. Thanks. Magazine on the way!

  6. I probably should've stated I was looking for a hard copy. I know Parachutist has digital copies. Thanks to all who responded.
  7. Does anyone have the August 1976 issue of Parachutist they'd be willing to part with?
  8. Never had any problems landing either of my Pulses!
  9. After 20 years Suzie Basse is quiting! I want to thank her for putting up with my stupid questions and taking care of my rigging. Suzie went from being a voice on the phone to being a true friend. Good luck in all your future endevours…..Blue skies!!!
  10. Mine almost always open with end cell closures, Most of the time if I leave the canopy alone they inflate without having to pump the brakes. There's a video on You Tube of Greg Windmiller packing which I've adopted. The front of the slider is pulled forward and the nose of the canopy gets pushed back towards the tail.