- Aug 26, 2011
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If anyone has a Softie 304 Seat Pack that they want to sell, I would be interested.
jgnunn said:Tis good form to not strap on a seat pack while in the plane...I know it's a lot easier, but muscle memory in times of stress can (it has happened) lend to unintentional release of the harness system on emergency egress; put simply, if you are used to getting out with a seat pack on, you'll leave the plane with it on during a stressful bailout.
I don't have a cat in hells chance of using a much desired back pack, even if I was skinny...one's face is already in the instrument panel, so seat pack and a clunky climb-in is my only option.
I bet you can jump in that s1 with a seatpack. It does not have the lift up canopy like the b/c models. The problem is getting your butt over the side of the plane without knocking the canopy off with your back.nicko said:I jump into my plane with a seat pack already on without any problems