• How much does it cost to go sky diving?

    Best answer: Initial class cost me $50, then $10 per jump ticket first 5 student jumps. After that,$15 a jump ticket to 12,500 foot. (60 second freefall) Accelerated freefall classes may be a bit more pricy, A tandem jump, the two freefalls with jumpmasters. Prices vary from DZ to DZ, Call your local center for prices. Blue... show more
    Best answer: Initial class cost me $50, then $10 per jump ticket first 5 student jumps. After that,$15 a jump ticket to 12,500 foot. (60 second freefall)
    Accelerated freefall classes may be a bit more pricy, A tandem jump, the two freefalls with jumpmasters.
    Prices vary from DZ to DZ, Call your local center for prices.
    Blue skies.
    IE: Perris valley AFF schedule:
    AVAILABLE SERVICES PRICE
    AFF Levels 2 & 3 $239 ea.
    10 Minutes Wind Tunnel $200
    AFF Levels 4 through 7 $219 ea.
    AFF Package – (available for purchase after AFF level 1, before AFF level 2) SAVE $67.70 $1,564.30
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I get someone to help me with skateboarding?

    Are there coaches or something else that can help me with skateboarding other than skating on the street?
    Are there coaches or something else that can help me with skateboarding other than skating on the street?
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can you do a backflip?

    Best answer: I'm 63....are you trying to kill me?
    Best answer: I'm 63....are you trying to kill me?
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • I wanna do more!?

    I’m 20 in community college working towards my future career as a cop. I’ve done everything imaginable from hiking crazy mountains to sky diving etc etc but I WANT MORE I WANT TO EXPERIENCE LIFE MORE MEET MORE PEOPLE DO CRAZY STUFF WHAT DO I DO
    I’m 20 in community college working towards my future career as a cop. I’ve done everything imaginable from hiking crazy mountains to sky diving etc etc but I WANT MORE I WANT TO EXPERIENCE LIFE MORE MEET MORE PEOPLE DO CRAZY STUFF WHAT DO I DO
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Issue with Savage Arms pistol?

    Best answer: Whoa, a true 1915 Savage in 32 caliber; there were less than 4000 of these ever made and their price ranges from $1400 to $2100 depending on condition. Light strikes of the firing pin does occur in this model. With the design of this pistols trigger assembly misfires happen for three reasons. First there is build... show more
    Best answer: Whoa, a true 1915 Savage in 32 caliber; there were less than 4000 of these ever made and their price ranges from $1400 to $2100 depending on condition. Light strikes of the firing pin does occur in this model. With the design of this pistols trigger assembly misfires happen for three reasons. First there is build up, debris, carbon ect inside the hole where the firing pin fits between the breech plug and the slide. Typically this is on the shoulder in front of the spring. Second is that the firing pin is worn down from firing modern ammunition in it. You have to remember that when these were made the ammo in 1905 to 1910 was not of the same quality or had the same powder characteristics that modern ammo has. I can't remember if the 1917 model firing pin fits them or not. Somewhere I've got an old book on Savage Pistols by Brower, it may have that answer in it.
    And third is the ammo itself, this pistol won't deliver a heavy hit to the primer like a modern pistol will. I've had pistols from that era come to me and the chief complaint is that it won't shoot. Yes there is a strike mark on the primer but the pistol just can't detonate the newer primers because they have a higher tensile strength to the metal their made of. Changing the springs out with newer ones on some pistols can fix that BUT, you'll not find any factory springs for a 1915. You'd need to find spring kits and work with it until you find ones that will work. Or your going to need to find a smith who has a machinist that works with him.
    If I remember right there is a part called a firing pin pivot pin or hinge pin. that piece can wear too along with the area it fits into and cause light strikes on the 1917. You may have to have that checked as well, if it's worn then you have to have it drilled one size up and a new pin made.
    The only place I ever saw parts for a 1915 was on MIGA out of Georgia and I don't think their still in business, I don't know who would have bought that inventory either.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there a camp for archery?

    Best answer: Yes and one is called the Boys & Girls Scouts.
    Best answer: Yes and one is called the Boys & Girls Scouts.
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are you attracted to any pro athlete?

    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do you dare to jump from the falls or hang gliding?

    Best answer: I would no jump gringo.
    Best answer: I would no jump gringo.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can I just walk into the woods and camp?

    Best answer: Not necessarily. Just because land is vacant doesn't mean someone doesn't own it. Go to your county's website and try to find a parcel map feature that lets you zoom in and see specific parcels of land. You should be able to get information on who owns what. You'll probably find that those woods... show more
    Best answer: Not necessarily. Just because land is vacant doesn't mean someone doesn't own it. Go to your county's website and try to find a parcel map feature that lets you zoom in and see specific parcels of land. You should be able to get information on who owns what. You'll probably find that those woods are owned by somebody.

    If you want to just go to the woods and camp, look on the map for the nearest national forest area. Quite often you can camp on federal land like that totally free, as long as you're not in an established campground. About 10 years ago I went camping in the middle-of-nowhere woods on a national forest area in the U.P. of Michigan. I did call ahead to a local ranger station to inquire because I didn't know, and the person I talked to told me it's totally free for the public to camp there, as long as it's not in an established campground. Campgrounds have fees like any other. And major national forests/parks like Yellowstone have fees and restrictions on camping, but the lesser used ones don't. Just call ahead to the local ranger station to be sure.
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Survival question, what in the wilderness could keep mosquitoes away?

    I know the leaves of elderberries keeps them away so I read, putting them above window keeps them at bay. and covering urself with mud helps but I don’t think that’s always best? What else could I use/do?
    I know the leaves of elderberries keeps them away so I read, putting them above window keeps them at bay. and covering urself with mud helps but I don’t think that’s always best? What else could I use/do?
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Which foot goes in front while skateboarding?

    I'm brand new to skateboarding and it feels more comfortable when I push of with my right foot (my non-dominant foot), but I've been told I'm supposed to push off with my dominant foot. Would pushing with my non dominant foot be a bad habit or can I still skate using that?
    I'm brand new to skateboarding and it feels more comfortable when I push of with my right foot (my non-dominant foot), but I've been told I'm supposed to push off with my dominant foot. Would pushing with my non dominant foot be a bad habit or can I still skate using that?
    3 answers · 2 months ago
  • Good adult automatic four wheeler?

    Hey guys, I want to get away from my gaming pc so I want to buy a four wheeler. I don’t know anything about them at all, so I’m hoping I can list me needs and get an answer. I’m not looking to hit jumps, do tricks, or race. All I want is a durable four wheeler with decent power to it to ride some trails. I was... show more
    Hey guys, I want to get away from my gaming pc so I want to buy a four wheeler. I don’t know anything about them at all, so I’m hoping I can list me needs and get an answer. I’m not looking to hit jumps, do tricks, or race. All I want is a durable four wheeler with decent power to it to ride some trails. I was thinking of getting a 150cc utility to carry some things, but my friend says 150cc is really weak? Again I’m not looking to climb a mountain or go 200mph. My price range is $1000 to $2000. Any info is appreciated. I don’t know what brands are good, or what cc is best for a 180lb adult.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • What do you think of people who throw garbage in lakes and on the ground at parks and stuff?

    Best answer: I AGREE WITH YOU! We have fines and jail for those who do crap like this but its hard to catch them. In my opinion if tou want to stop this kind of dumping? Here is what you do. Like with the cans/bottles/glass get a 5 cent refund? Just put a 5 cent or even 10 cent refund on all glass or plastic or metal. And... show more
    Best answer: I AGREE WITH YOU! We have fines and jail for those who do crap like this but its hard to catch them. In my opinion if tou want to stop this kind of dumping? Here is what you do. Like with the cans/bottles/glass get a 5 cent refund? Just put a 5 cent or even 10 cent refund on all glass or plastic or metal. And instead of dumping people will clean the streets of all forms of garbage. If i were president? Everything would be recyclable!
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • What is "bump firing" a gun?

    Best answer: Using the momentum/recoil energy to help you pull the trigger for the next shot, which can allow for simulation of automatic fire while still firing in a semi-automatic mode and you don't necessarily need a device to increase the rate of fire in order to do so. The main drawback is it's often less accurate... show more
    Best answer: Using the momentum/recoil energy to help you pull the trigger for the next shot, which can allow for simulation of automatic fire while still firing in a semi-automatic mode and you don't necessarily need a device to increase the rate of fire in order to do so. The main drawback is it's often less accurate depending on the shooter and weapon, more awkward-feeling and unintentionally dangerous to yourself, others and/or property than almost any simply full auto or select fire weapon, which is 1 reason I don't bump-fire my subcompact pistol. A modified grip and stance is usually necessary to achieve bump-fire and consistently as well, but devices are available that allow for a more stable, safe and user-friendly bump-firing experience. Other people here have gone into detail about that.
    9 answers · 3 months ago
  • How many times did you go skiing this winter so far?

    Best answer: Not this year
    Best answer: Not this year
    10 answers · 3 months ago