Wrong time, wrong place….

dschaller wrote: I for one will find the forum much more useful now.”

Let me share my hope with you.

Someone likes me, some one is not, at least majority of you have interesting points of discussions other than barking on me because you do not understand something. I suggested earlier to avoid any confrontation we must have a few entries like: Recreational and Technical Diving in SCUBA diving. It does not automatically discriminate anyone just an idea if you would like to go deep or stay longer under water you will need additional knowledge and skills. The risk of doing so without proper knowledge or training is lethality or severe injury. Not too many plays those games with scuba, but many of you spent enormous time and money without strong foundation of knowledge by competing in Olympic pistol discipline, which is highly visible in National Score performance. 😦  The order to correct old habits is a long process. Most effective way is to get the right set of knowledge trough the Experienced coach or independent expert  if you are not such  fortunate as the “shooter 560”  from UK. 😉

Do I have to explain the meaning of the word Experienced? Because “shooter 560”  used his own vocabulary. I hope he can bring other values to this forum other than he is trying to achieve at this moment. I’m really concerned about his level of psychological knowledge at this point.  😦

“Independent View”?!?

This is all what you got, 5-6 “Independent  supporters” of your business decision Mr. Pilkington.

One of your supporters with forum name as a “Rover” and with extremely HIGH  rate of “contributions” as much as 1688 ! Location: Scottsdale AZ recently expressed his wisdom of ”there no such thing as NPA” and was corrected by sport psychologist from UK , Greg Derr and me with misconception which can drastically delay positive outcome of an efforts invested in training.

Another  independent supporter of yours  with name “Val (“Joined: 05 Dec 2012 Posts: 1) was such in a hurry to express his “contribution” too. He did it in his very first post on “TT”.  🙂

 Since you are on the position of the control “Target Talk” database, how many entities you already created with different names to support your “Independent View”?

You are making profit of sales! At least ethically, you must have a Legal disclaimer that your source is not substituting any coaching, consulting or instructional services!

Since 2005 prices for Olympic pistols jumped over 100% in retail price.

Since 2005 prices for Olympic pistols jumped over 100% in retail price. I bought my IZH-46M in 2005 for $250.00, today it sales at Amazon over $500.00”

IZH 46M Air Pistol, LH or RH, Upgraded Trigger air pistol by IZH-Baikal $631.90 $509.99 – $549.48

http://www.amazon.com/IZH-Pistol-Upgraded-Trigger-pistol/dp/B007DN3RAC/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1354799941&sr=8-3&keywords=izh-46m

Average fee for selling firearms (FFL dealer) in this industry of highly prices Olympic Pistols over $2,000. about 30-40%.  Each item is making profit of $600.00 and over .  The key in high rate of sales is to keep public uneducated by cutting competition. What is seems to be an educational source as a discussion on Olympic pistol forum is not longer educational.”

  Said Ruslan Dyatlov 2007 USAS National Finalist in Air Pistol and FREE Pistol discipline and Gold and Silver medalist of the 25th Canadian Airgun Grand Prix 2007 Toronto, Canada, owner of small consulting business in educational industry  from Michigan.

If you are making profit of sales! At least ethically,  you must have a Legal disclaimer that your source is not substituting any coaching, consulting or instructional services!

Target Talk.com / Olympic Pistol is Consumer Educational Source

Target Talk.com / Olympic Pistol is Consumer Educational Source

Russ has been banned.”   by owner and host of Target Talk.com

  2007 USAS National Finalist Ruslan Dyatlov in Air Pistol and FREE Pistol discipline and Gold and Silver medalist of the 25th Canadian Airgun Grand Prix 2007 Toronto, Canada,  was banned for telling over the public forum that “this tool is not appropriate for learning the art of target shooting.” 

“I’m one of those who were ridiculed by Russ for using Izh-53 in my “initiation” period. He said something like “in my ex-country it was used in circuses for amusing masses”

“Sorry to have to do this, but these past few threads are not acceptable.” wrote Mr. Pilkington.

Someone as “antispar” wrote:

“I’m one of those who were ridiculed by Russ for using Izh-53 in my “initiation” period. He said something like “in my ex-country it was used in circuses for amusing masses.” Sure, I called him anal but his downplaying did not stop me shooting. He was harsh and crude to whomever did not share his vision of shooting sport (mighty Olympic ideal, or what ever that was, Russ was never clear about it) but also represented an outside-this-forum view on air pis-tol discipline. Majority of the forum visitors in fact agreed with his statements about need for adequate dedication and mentoring if certain level of results is to be achieved. His problem was reckless promotion of his own course and rudeness in addressing others. However, the level of entertainment that he provided outweighed, in my opinion, degree of discomfort that his posts presented. It was somewhat fun to read what he put on the forum, the single-minded perseverance to prove his fluctuated point. That is why I think he should not be banned, but just ignored by other forum visitors. Once he is left alone and with no audience, he would tone down the language or disappear altogether.”

Russian survival school: Americans learn from special forces

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlobgvAkZ_g

Beautiful thing….

The Power of the Ocean from Dimon Dimonich

http://vimeo.com/18293265