Marc K

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About Marc K

  • Birthday 10/04/2000

Gear

  • Main Canopy Size
    170
  • Main Canopy Other
    Silhoutte
  • Reserve Canopy Size
    160
  • Reserve Canopy Other
    PDR
  • AAD
    Cypres

Jump Profile

  • Home DZ
    ParaCentro Locarno / Skydive Madrid
  • License
    B
  • License Number
    55626
  • Licensing Organization
    USPA
  • Number of Jumps
    102
  • Tunnel Hours
    1
  • Years in Sport
    1
  • First Choice Discipline
    Head-up
  • Freefall Photographer
    No

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  • USPA Coach
    No
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    No
  • Wingsuit Instructor
    No

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  1. True or False? I've heard a couple of times from experienced skydivers the stereotype that people with Kiss helmets are known to be inexperienced haha. First I thought it was just a joke, but having thought about it I don't know any experienced skydivers who wear Kiss helmets lol. Obviously a helmet does not determine how someone flies but I just wondered if that cliché is true among skydivers in general. Cheers, Marc:) (Yes, I have a Kiss helmet haha)
  2. Amazing - thanks for the prompt answers! This helps a lot! (The reserve would be an PDR 160 (/Main: 170)
  3. Hi all In short: I have 35 jumps and have an amazing offer for a main canopy, a Silhouette 170 (Wingload would be 1:09 / exit weight is 180lbs) My question: Is the wingload to high for my level? Any thoughts? Silhoutte suggests to be at least advanced for the 170, which I'm not yet, but this offer from a friend of mine comes with a full rig (Mirage G4 container, aad, reserve) for only 2k USD. It's hard to say no... Obviously I need to make a decision in the end, but given that I'm very accurate and comfortable with my landings, when do you think can I jump a 170? Is it worth buying this early? Thanks for your advise!! Marc:)
  4. Hi There:) I did my AFF course (Jump 1-8) in Europe at a Non-USPA dropzone and wondered whether I can continue with my training for a USPA A license (jump 9-25) in the U.S. without having to go through another AFF (by the USPA). If yes, can I somehow transfer my AFF jumps to my USPA logbook once I get a USPA membership or how does that work? Thanks a lot for your time! Regards, Marc