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  • Pavegeno, You may want to contact Dayton Dabbs at Lonestar Magni Gyro in Taylor Texas. He is a Magni dealer, gyroCFI, DPE. He travels to Italy with and without clients every year to build Magnis at the factory. He can answer any Magni questions you may have. Ray
    Welcome to the forum. My name is Steve Greenwell. I would refer you to Mark Sprigg. He is a Magni dealer and trains out of Jack Edwards at Orange Beach. He is selling more gyros than any other dealer in the world I believe and is training 8 hrs a day lately. He actually needs another CFI. Search Gulf Coast Magni. If you haven't flown a Magni, Mark would be happy to show you.
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    Illini85
    Before the "Euro designs" ushered in the current state of Gyros this tiny corner of aviation attracted the low budget do-it-yourself pilots. There are some masterful builders and enthusiasts within the ranks but unfortunately budget mindedness still lingers on. However the performance and styling are certainly attracting a newer type of owner. But the training does need further evolution.
    Pavegeno
    Pavegeno
    Steve, I flew with Mark last week and was very impressed. I even had him take my 13 year old son up and he loved it. We are going back Saturday to fly again and bringing my wife to fly. I've come off the hard stance of an FAA certified aircraft based on review of everything I could find on the M24. It's an impressive aircraft. BTW, I called for an insurance quote and am awaiting a reply.
    Pavegeno
    Pavegeno
    Steve, just wanted to close the loop with you from this post last year. I ended up completing my Commercial and CFI with Mark earlier this year. I go down every few weeks and fly students for him. Have been really enjoying it! He's a class act. Not sure when I will buy a gryoplane, but trying to get a couple of buddies here to go in on one and do some instructing. Be well, Geno
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