Before proceeding please read the following information carefully.
Fixed Object Jumping (BASE) is a sport in it's adolescence. Techniques and equipment are still evolving. However, by it's very nature it will never be "safe".
One of the rewards of participating is consciously challenging yourself and beating the odds. Make no mistake, you can be hurt or killed if you participate.
It is essential that you have adequate experience and proper training before attempting a BASE jump. Consider also that each object and even the same object on different days can pose a separate set of variables that must be accurately assessed and incorporated into your plan. Failing to do so may be your final mistake.
In the previous 20 years there have been approximately 50 fatalities as a result of BASE jumps gone awry. The majority of these resulted from object strikes and / or loss of control of the parachute. Interestingly, a majority were from objects over 300 meters in height. Jumps that "seem" safer.
Unquestionably, the jumper's experience, level of preparation and attitude are the most critical elements in determining the success of a jump.
I have read the above statements. I realize that Fixed Object Jumping is a dangerous endeavor and that sky diving experience and BASE specific training are required to participate. Consolidated Rigging, Inc. makes no warranty express or implied as to the reliability, suitability or safety of any product it sells. I (purchaser) accept the above statements and realize this equipment is sold without any warranty or guarantee of performance or quality.
Consolidated Rigging, Inc.
2250 N. Rock Rd.,Ste 118-141
Wichita, KS 67226
(316) 558-8643 Phone/Fax