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  1. KevinMcGuire

    The REvolve Full Face Flip-Up Helmet

    Put 8 jumps on my new REvolve today. I love it. It fits great and it's nice and quiet in free fall. I got it for doing tandems and it does just what I wanted it to do. I can easily flip the face peice up and out of the way to talk to my passenger both in the plane and under canopy and best of all (and the real reason I bought it), with the face piece down, it keeps the snot and slobber from my passengers nose and mouth from getting in my nose and mouth. That's a huge plus in my book. I doubt I'll ever do another tandem with out it.
  2. KevinMcGuire

    Buying a rig, found one but not sure if I should get it...

    Their manufacture dates are not a factor. You need to be more concerned about the sizes of the canopies and harness/container relative to your body weight and experience level.
  3. KevinMcGuire

    are hip rings worth the money?

    simply put, yes
  4. KevinMcGuire

    oregon waterfalls

    I think yes. Is the place your talking about up river from a popular over look? If so, then yes it has been jumped buy a guy named Larry March back in the early 90's. The jump went badly for him resulting in injuries which lasted the rest of his life. Be careful. K
  5. KevinMcGuire

    interesting hand tacking

    Nothing like a little black stinky death to start off the day. I certianly hope that you get a hold of the rigger that did it. This is one fuck up that should not be swept under the rug.
  6. KevinMcGuire

    Does BASE have a Moores Law

  7. KevinMcGuire

    Something I didn't expect

    I had the same thing happen to me years ago. I used to build high rise buildings in LA. One day whild eating lunch, I suddenly got the urge to just bail right off the edge. Freaked the shit right out me. It wasn't until years later that I bacame a BASE jumper. I guess it was just my future calling to me. Kevin
  8. KevinMcGuire

    Grommet for closing loop

    I bevieve that it's for creating a hesitating bight with the bridle as a means to promote a sequenced deployment of the reserve free bag
  9. KevinMcGuire

    Drop feed vs needle feed for container work

    Nothing beats a good walking foot (which also has a needle feed action) for working on containers. Needle feeds without a walking foot are mostly used for lighter materials.
  10. KevinMcGuire

    Replacing Nitro lines

    The down fall of sewing with a straight stitch on line is that the straight stitch has no elasticity so if the line stretches, the straight stitch is more likely to break where the bartack or zig zag most likely will not. However, on most canopys, the bartack is there really as a back up and the finger trap is what actually provides the holding power. Providing there is sufficient line contained with in the finger trap, you should be O.K. but you may want to have some one throw a few bartacks in for you just to be on the safe side. K
  11. Robin Heid,Robin Heid, Robin Heid. Oops sorry wrong thread
  12. KevinMcGuire

    92 Jav. Container

    Age had nothing to do with it. Just have it checked out at your local riger to make sure that it is airworthy
  13. KevinMcGuire

    Landing at 11,300ft

    Get a really REALLY big parachute cause your landing is going to suck. Oh and your opening will probably suck as well. Other than that it should be great