skipbaldwin

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  • Container Other
    Wings
  • Main Canopy Size
    119
  • Main Canopy Other
    Crossfire 2
  • Reserve Canopy Size
    126
  • Reserve Canopy Other
    PD
  • AAD
    Cypres 2

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  • Home DZ
    Sydney, Australia
  • License
    E
  • Number of Jumps
    1000
  • Tunnel Hours
    21
  • Freefall Photographer
    No

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  • AFF
    Instructor
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    No
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  1. Time Left: 19 days and 5 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    Wings container DOM 05/2010 Crossfire 2 - 119 main with approx. 450 jumps (yellow canopy with orange and red end cells in photos) Relined 50 jumps ago and F'IN AWESOME! PD 126 Reserve Cypres 2 Padded back, fully stainless and articulated, hook knife on leg strap Can sell with a Safire 2 - 129 (orange canopy in photos) as a main instead of the Crossfire if preferred. Price $6500 (ono) in Australian dollars and buyer pays shipping Willing to split up also.

    $4,650.00

  2. Time Left: 19 days and 5 hours

    • FOR SALE
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    Wings container DOM 05/2010 Safire 2 - 129 main with approx. 400 jumps Relined approx.50 jumps ago PD 143 Reserve - no jumps Cypres 2 and MARD Padded back, articulated, hook knife on leg strap Can fit mains from 150 to 129 May be willing to split up Price $6500 (ono) in Australian dollars and buyer pays shipping

    $4,650.00

    Sydney, New South Wales - AU

  3. First, a big hello to Allan Hewitt and the gang at Skydive Spain! I am rather new to the sport, having done ten jumps in Australia in 1997 and not jumping again until last month September 2003. I´ve just finished the AFF course with Skydive Spain and HAVE been recommending them to everyone I meet for Tandem and Instructional courses. Everyone there is fantasic, and with the experience they all have, are all willing to give you helping hand whether your an expierenced skydiver or a new face. The drop zone caters for both English and Spanish speaking skydivers, so there is no trouble communicating with anyone. The site is new, and as normal has a little work to do before it is perfect. But the restaurant is now open and a Porter arrives in November to help the Cessna 182 get us into the continuous blue skies! If you are from the UK or other colder parts of the European winter, Skydive Spains drop zone is the perfect place. Look them up on thier web site and drop them a line. Tell them Skip said hello.