It was a little chilly, but I got in my first skydive of the year.
I write, you whine….
Larsen & Brusgaard Pro-Dytter. Necessary? Hell no. That’s the beauty of new toys. I also faxed in the design for the Wings container I’m in the process of having made. Supposedly, it’s going to take 14 weeks. Pictures when it comes. In the meantime, here’s the dytter.
It’s getting to be an expensive toy month, and we’re just starting the second week. First, I got a custom AR-15 from Anvil Arms. The product was nice, but I absolutely don’t recommend Anvil Arms. There are other companies that produce an equal product quicker and with less bullshit.
Then, I upgraded my skydiving license and bought a new toy to celebrate. I picked up a new Alti-Track. I’ve seen a few of them around and have been dying to get one. Unfortunately, quality skydiving gear isn’t cheap, and my old altimeter worked fine. I wanted the details and logging capability of the Alti-Track, so I broke down and ordered one. It won’t be in for this weekends jump, but hopefully by next week.
If you saw the plane I just jumped from, you’d see it clearly didn’t apply. What a piece of crap. It was a small Cesna 182 and we packed the people in. The door flies open and you climb out on the wheel. You aren’t changing the jump order once you get into it.
I’ll try to grab some pictures later.
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