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Author: Dustin Martin Created: 5/20/2009 5:42 PM
Dustin Martin began his flying career in sailplanes at the age of 14! He made the transition to hang gliders at age 16. While he calls the skies over Arizona "home", he's mostly nomadic making competition forays down to Ecuador and Brazil every few months. In 2008, Dustin cracked off the third longest XC flight ever - 410 miles narrowly missing the world record mark.

During the era of the Samurai, it was proven that a curved sword could be drawn from the scabbard more swiftly and provided a far more effective cutting angle. I literally fly in the face of that notion. My latest conception:



The value of a sword is determined largely by the quality of the point. A skillful artisan will labor for hours polishing and cold forging his blade until it's blinding gleam distracts foes. ~





Note the sail mount and rear wire termination.



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