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    RC Skydiving with a BubbyBox?

    I have a jumper that I use to let members of my club try RC Skydiving. I don't use a Buddy Box. I show them how the controls work and turn them loose. To date all the jumpers have landed on the runway. The advantage I have at the club field is that there is alot of open space. So even if the jumper lands off the runway there isn't much possibility of him landing in trees. I would think using a Buddybox would depend on how much open space there is at your field. If you are talking about letting a newbie who has never used a radio control unit then a Bubbybox would be the way to go.
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    RE: RC Skydiving with a BubbyBox?

    Just bumping up to get some action on this forum . Come on guys and gals its getting close to fun time in the north and southern boys been at it for a while now , Lets get some chatter going
    We all have some new stories and develpoments done or doing , I know I have and will have them on web real soon
    Don Mowery rcskyjumper.com

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    RE: RC Skydiving with a BubbyBox?

    I bought a used skydiver the kind made in England.
    I need help packing the chute as sometimes it doesn't open. Any suggestions?
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    Ed

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    RE: RC Skydiving with a BubbyBox?

    Ed
    PM Juan he may have something for you
    The Jumper you have is no longer made and I would keep it and get another one of the more recent make from one of us
    Thanks
    Don
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