lars_d

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  • Main Canopy Other
    Valkyrie/ParaCommander/Classic/Lightning
  • Reserve Canopy Other
    Speed 135 / PD-R 281
  • AAD
    Cypres 2

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  • Home DZ
    northern germany
  • License
    D
  • License Number
    183
  • Licensing Organization
    FAI / DFV
  • Number of Jumps
    2950
  • Years in Sport
    18
  • First Choice Discipline
    Style and Accuracy
  • Second Choice Discipline
    Swooping

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  1. I had a few spinning malfunctions where I did not get stable after cutting away (no RSL, velo, WL 2.5). I have video of one of the cutaways where I deploy on my back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LE4Hzrx8Q4U My personal reason for not getting stable first and then deploying the reserve is that I believe it could easily take about 2000ft to get stable first, (which in combination with a jump from an altitude of 3000-4000ft which I often do seems too much) To develop a habbit of getting stable first is something I don't want to become part of my reserve procedure. http://www.dropzone.com/safety/Gear_and_Equipment/Top_5_RSL_myths_18.html
  2. lars_d

    New Icarus X-Fire

    opens like a VK as well. My VK RDS works great with the X-Fire.
  3. Hallo Tim, die meisten Sprungplätze in Deutschland schließen ab Herbst oder haben bei gutem Wetter dann nur noch an den Wochenenden geöffnet. Du brauchst eine Lizenz( in deinem Fall wahrscheinlich USPA A?!), eine gültige Halter-Haftpflicht-Versicherung, einen gültigen Reservepacknachweis und lufttüchtige Ausrüstung, evtl.ein Sprungbuch und noch ein AAD, dann sollte man dich eigentlich überall springen lassen. Wenn du in der Nähe von Frankfurt bist bietet sich der Platz hier an:http://air-sport.de Wenn du planst in Deutschland, Bulgarien und Spanien zu springen, bin ich mir zu 99% sicher, dass dort nirgends "dumme französische Gesetze über die Schirmgröße" Anwendung finden werden. Was für ein "Gesetz" gibt es denn dort bei den Franzosen? Kann ich das irgendwo nachlesen? Gruß, Lars
  4. lars_d

    Is there a list of German riggers?

    http://www.dfv.aero/downloads/DFV_FTB_Techniker_04-2015.pdf
  5. I was just about to make the payments when I had a little problem with the Picking-Up Agent of the PD Vengeance 120 ,Has i explained to you earlier that I am currently on sea and I am buying the PD Vengeance 120 for my dad,I tried to book a Pick-up with my shipping agent,But they asked me to Pay first before they can made the Booking, and they only Accept Western Union Money Transfer for their payment's and they don't accept PayPal or bank Transfer and I tried to send the Money Online but i could not and I am on sea and there is no way i can find a Western Union Agent to make the transfer to my Pick-up agent,So i wanted to ask if it was okay for me to include my Pick-up agent's fees in the payment's I am about to send through PayPal,my pick up agent charged is €210 plus Insurance and some other document for the pick-up,please can i include their money in the payments I want to send then after i have made the payments you will help me forward the €210 to my pick up agent through Western Union Money Transfer,this I would have done myself and not bother you but for the fact that I am currently on sea, so after I have made the payments you will help me send €210 to my pick up agent through western union money transfer,I just wanted to seek your consent before going ahead with the payments,I will more than appreciate if you mail me back, and I will be made the payments shortly......Awaiting your response soonest PS:the shipping company's Head quarters is in England and any pick up fees to be paid is sent to their head quarters by the payee, so the money for pick up will be sent to their head quarters in England through western union money transfer(this can be done from any post office) or you can do it online at www.westernunion.com Regards.
  6. lars_d

    Hedge Fund manager bailout

    http://www.dropzone.com/cgi-bin/forum/gforum.cgi?post=3453163;sb=post_latest_reply;so=ASC;forum_view=forum_view_collapsed;;page=unread#unread it is already being discussed in general skydiving