What is an RSL, a M.A.R.D or a Skyhook? Learn more about skydiving gear and how it works!
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The M.A.R.D systems (Main Assisted Reserve Deployment) are designed to speed up the reserve deployment in case of a malfunction. It offers a super pilot chute for the reserve canopy.
The RSL (Reserve Static Line) is a lanyard of about 1 foot long which will pull the reserve pin as the main is released.
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