RMURRAY

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    84
  • Main Canopy Other
    comp velocity
  • Reserve Canopy Size
    143

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    Parachute School of Toronto - Baldwin, Ontario
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    CSPA
  • Number of Jumps
    2291
  • Years in Sport
    20
  • First Choice Discipline
    Formation Skydiving
  • Second Choice Discipline
    Swooping

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  1. the coated technora 400 (hma) from MEL on my comp velo. i would ask him (masterrigger1 here). a true expert i would say.
  2. RMURRAY

    LARGE GEAR

    i know a rig with 298 main that may be for sale. pm me if you might be interested and i can hook you up with the owner no problem.
  3. RMURRAY

    hard openings dome slider?

    actually 'masterrigger1' here. a true expert.
  4. RMURRAY

    Metro Detroit Instructors?

    call bob wright at grand bend sport parachuting centre. he specializes in aff. yes a bit of a drive but they will get you trained.
  5. 25 minutes and 33km/21mi
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    Stuffing into centre cells... wtf?

    sabre1 can open great with a new dome slider. i have bought 3 from skyworks rigging,,,masterrigger1 here. then no need to roll or stuff anything. just pack it normally.
  7. RMURRAY

    Two canopy out.. to release or not release?

    was not docile, did not want to fly straight. i think because it was a jedei120 and most likely a tempo120. in any case the one jump where i was very happy to get on the ground.
  8. RMURRAY

    Two canopy out.. to release or not release?

    i borrowed gear one time and had a pilot chute in tow on a hop n pop. when directly to reserve and (no surprise) ended up with 2 out. both canopies 120's. the 2 out was a biplane but a real handful to fly. maybe because the main and reserve were same size. the LAST thing i wanted to do was cut away the main and end up with the worst case scenario. I released the toggles on the front canopy, main. and landed it it by flaring. was not able to get close to the landing area,,,that is how much trouble it was to fly. if doing again i would perhaps not flare,,,,since had 240 sq ft over my head. now on my own gear i replace the pilot chute every 500 jumps. prevent at all cost.
  9. maybe confirm the 4" taken off below the catseye?
  10. the sabre1 with a dome slider works nice. i have bought 3 from mel at skyworks rigging for friends. he definitely has the expertise.
  11. RMURRAY

    Speed reserve in Vector

    a local very experienced rigger when I asked of all the low pack volume reserves which one has what looks like the most rugged tough construction his answer was the smart lpv. so if i were to venture from my tried and true pdr into a low pack volume reserve I would go for the smart lpv. but I will stick with the bullet proof pdr.
  12. try a firebolt at the lower end of wing loading. nancy at jumpshack would help you out. we have a very large one one at my dz and have packed for the owner from new. easy to pack from day one since it is hybrid. and sets him down nicely every time.
  13. RMURRAY

    Vectran 550 vs 750

    i would buy a used canopy. do not 'lock into' a Safire. lots of good ones out there. easier to pack and easier on the wallet when you sell.
  14. RMURRAY

    Cleaning Used Container

    just wait until you can wash it at reserve repack time - remove everything from the rig. this from the UPT website... APPENDIX D: WASHING YOUR VECTOR Over the years we've seen some extremely dirty Vectors! We've found that many people are unsure how to get their container clean. For that reason, we have put together the following instructions on how to make your Vector smell and look good again. The best way to wash a rig is the "good old fashion way" with slightly warm water and Woolite. First, remove the packing data card, reserve ripcord and cover all hook Velcro. Use a big tub; let the rig stay in the soapy water 4 hrs. Occasionally swish the rig around in the tub to loosen dirt. Drain soapy water, fill tub with clean water, and swish rig around until the clear water becomes soapy and cloudy. Drain tub and repeat until all soap and dirt residue are gone, usually in 3 rinses. Let the rig naturally dry, without direct sunlight. We usually allow a small fan to blow air past it to speed up the drying process. We do not recommend using a washing machine. Extended agitation in a washing machine could have negative effects in the long run. This also requires you to wrap the heavy hardware to minimize damage to the machine