“The perfect shot”, with Ruslan Dyatlov.

“The perfect shot”, with Ruslan Dyatlov.

In September 2012 I took a three days course, ‘the perfect shot’, with Ruslan Dyatlov.

 "The perfect shot", with Ruslan Dyatlov

“The perfect shot”, with Ruslan Dyatlov
Roy & Ruslan, Birmingham, Michigan

I started Olympic style pistol shooting just 6 months before the course, including air pistol, free pistol and standard pistol. Although reaching relatively good results for a newbie, I felt that something was missing.

Being an engineer, I like things being structured. After 6 months of practicing and competing intensively, I knew a lot of technique ‘pieces’, but I did not have a system, a clear process that I could follow, that when executed meticulously, will make every shot the ‘perfect shot’.

Hence I started to look around for help. I did not limit myself to my area of living, which is Sweden, but looked globally, as I wanted to learn from the best.

Very quickly I came across Ruslan Dyatlov, which was active in several forums and engaged in discussions about Olympic style shooting technique. I gave him a phone call, and the course he described sounded exactly what I was looking for – learning a process that will make every single shot, the perfect one!. After the phone call, I booked dates with him, and soon after, I was on the plane for the 10 hours flight to Troy, Michigan.

Ruslan came to pick me from the airport, and made sure I am comfortable in the hotel. Next morning he came to pick me from the hotel for the first day of the course. I was expecting that we will drive strait to the shooting range, and was very surprised when Ruslan said that the first day is all theory. I thought to myself – how much theory can there possibly be about shooting a hand gun?

In this sense, the first day was a real eye opener for me.  We spend the whole first day discussing the individual elements of the ‘perfect shot’ and how the elements are combined into a process. This day of theory was an incredible experience for me. For the first time, I could understand why some of my shots where good, and felt good, and why others felt bad, and were bad. By learning each element of the shooting process, and working on perfecting it, I could finally make the logical connection between the different steps. Ruslan explained each step of the process in length, and we dry practiced the theory with an air gun. I took a lot of notes, Ruslan was kind enough to share tips and tricks from his vast experience as an Olympic style shooter. At the end of the first day, I had my head and notebook full of valuable information that I was anxious to start implementing.

Day two was all action! We started with going to an open-air range with a .22 that Ruslan had with him. For a few hours and a few hundred rounds, I tried to implement the theory from the previous day into practice. I shot the whole time ‘Olympic style’, single handed at 25 yards. Ruslan was for the whole time just behind my shoulder, watching, correcting and explaining. It was great, great, great! I could see, literally, how towards the end of the session my groupings got smaller and smaller. Now I had a process I could follow and perfect over time.

The second part of the day was pure ‘bang-bang’ fun activity. Ruslan took me to an indoor shooting range were he rented a few handguns (I could basically pick anything I wanted to try) and I spend a couple of hours shooting a few hundreds of various calibers rounds.

The third day was more of the same, but with a twist. The ‘Olympic style’ practice also included more advanced exercises. One of them which I thought was exceptionality challenging was that Ruslan ‘messed up’ the sights on the pistol, and I had to find the correct settings again, in the shortest time possible (by shooting, marking and adjusting). This exercise was to practice a situation where my gun breaks down in a completion, and I have to use another one which was not setup for me beforehand. Very interesting it was!. The second half of the third day was yet again more fun activity, with another session of shooting anything I wanted to try! 

Since the course, I have implemented the process and techniques that I have learned from Ruslan, and I see a steady improvement in my results. From time to time, I get back to the notes I took during the course, and I find myself very often re-discovering valuable information. It could be something that Ruslan taught me and I forgot, or something that Ruslan mentioned during the course that I only fully understood after having more experience in the sport.

 All in all, I am so very happy and pleased with the course I took with Ruslan. Not only that I have learned so much valuable information that really helped me with my development, it was also a pleasure to spend the time with Ruslan. He is a very helpful and honest person, and I could really feel that it was important for him that I make the best of my stay.

Roy Weg

Sweden.

My next PPC Match is 2015 MPCPA Indoor State Championship

2015 MPCPA Indoor State Championship.

Mark your calendar; this is your last chance to win a pistol in 2015!

PPC Match in Michigan: PPC Match: APRIL11-12, 2015

AWARDS: FIRST MATCH: 1st Springfield XDS 3.3” 9mm, 2nd Ruger 10/22 Stainless

Takedown With Hard Case, 3rd “Cash” in each class utilizing the Lewis System.

Top 20 MPCPA

Top 20 MPCPA

Only MPCPA

MEMBERS will be eligible for the State

Championship Match Awards, handed

out at the Annual Banquet each year.

SECOND MATCH: All shooters will be

eligible for 50% of the money for this match as “Cash” awards in 5 classes using

the Lewis System. Amounts and how deep in each class will be determined by

the number of shooters.

My scores at the Fenton Lakes Sportsman’s Club

PPC Crash Course With Ruslan Dyatlov.

PPC Crash Course With Ruslan Dyatlov.
High Master PPC

My scores at the Fenton Lakes Sportsman’s Club: 

Combat Pistol PPC:299+296= 595  High Master. 14th Place.

Service Pistol:296+297= 593  High Master. 9th Place.

This is my last PPC practice target, score is 595. It is practically the same score average as my competitive performance at this moment 593/595. My goal is score 600. We can see what it takes to achieve my goal. 🙂 Next match is: MPCPA Annual State Indoor Championships WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, April 11th and 12th, 2015. WHERE: Fenton Lakes Sportsman’s Club, 1140 Butcher Rd. Fenton, Mi. 48430

International students are welcome!

International students are welcome!

Time to have another look at your competitive performance…

Руслан Дятлов PPC Crash course with Ruslan Dyatlov .

PPC Crash course with Ruslan Dyatlov .
High Master PPC
Personal best:
PPC: 598.
Service Pistol: 417 Руслан Дятлов
Мастер Спорта Международного Класса
NRA Certified Pistol Instructor
Champion Airgun Grand Prix 2007 Canada. Toronto
Консултации: 248-935-3257

Do you have stagnation in your target shooting competitive performance, whether it is your Olympic style or Police Pistol Combat (PPC) competition game? If you are not reaching your goal by ascending to your desired group of “High Master“ you probably need to reevaluate your current set of knowledge in your competitive performance.

What I am talking about?

My current observation of local club PPC competition preparation approach: majority of our club members invested in high priced items as custom grade pistols and forgot to spend time to investigate what can be available to them at educational level. This will bring us to the legitimate question: What is your real goal in this investment to socialize, to gain necessary skills and knowledge or just have those nice shiny objects?

I am competing with only one semiautomatic pistol in all events PPC and Service pistol, I don’t do reloading, and I didn’t spent thousands of dollars on custom revolvers to each program PPC & Service Pistol. I am very conservative on spending. At the same time I went from beginner’s level to High Master PPC score performance in one year by simply executing “Perfect single shot developing program.” It is perfectly fit for any precise target shooting approach Olympic pistol or PPC program. So far I am at the level 598/597 in PPC and 417/410 in service pistol.

Consider this: “Doing the same thing over and over will not get you to a higher level of the competitive score performance.”

Do not change your goal, adjust you plan to get to your goal!

International students are welcome!

MET hotel Troy Michigan

MET hotel Troy Michigan

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 6 rules to success.

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 6 rules to success.

Тибетская гимнастика для укрепления спины

Тибетская гимнастика для укрепления спины.

http://ok.ru/video/63491282294234-0

Police Pistol Combat Match. March 6-8, 2015. Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club

My scores, Ruslan Dyatlov. Police Pistol Combat Match. March 6-8, 2015. Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club

My scores, Ruslan Dyatlov. Police Pistol Combat Match. March 6-8, 2015. Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club

Police Pistol Combat Match. March 6-8, 2015.

Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club My scores, Ruslan Dyatlov :

PPC Combat: (60 rounds) 300 🙂 +297=597 High Master 10th Place. (My personal best was 598)

High Master Service Pistol: (60 rounds) 298+292= 590  High Master  6th Place.

Service Pistol: (42 rounds) 177+230=407  High Master  11th Place.

My Heart rate before the match was: 106 My Heart rate during the match was: 116

Police Pistol Combat Match. March 6-8, 2015. Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club

Police Pistol Combat Match. March 6-8, 2015. Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club

Police Pistol Combat Match. March 6-8, 2015. Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club

Police Pistol Combat Match. March 6-8, 2015. Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club

“Believing in himself”- is not enough!

“Believing in himself”- is not enough!  Having a positive attitude doesn’t mean you can do anything!

Be smart!  Do not hurt yourself!

Take The Perfect Single Shot Fundamentals Development Class! 😉

This class is essential tool for any level of competitive target shooting athletes and for any age

The Perfect Single Shot Fundamentals Development Class by Ruslan Dyatlov

This class is essential tool for any level of competitive target shooting athletes and for any age.

Perfect Single Shot Development Class by Ruslan Dyatlov Troy, Michigan USA

Perfect Single Shot Development Class by Ruslan Dyatlov Troy, Michigan USA

There are no restrictions to apply that knowledge to your competitive performance, but it takes time and effort to change your existing pattern of thinking. I will explain it for you like programmer, there is a  BIOS program installed for each computer, not too many users aware of this program, not too many know how to make changes in this program and not too many allowed to make any changes. But you know if this program does not working properly, it will mess up entire software in your computer.

My class is designed to understand this BIOS program in your competitive performance and follow the rules.

My job is to assist you in the process of changes and reinforcement of new rules and patterns in your BIOS system.

It takes time to adopt new pattern and make it work for you.

This is why you have to communicate with me more often.

Руслан Дятлов PPC Crash course with Ruslan Dyatlov .

PPC Crash course with Ruslan Dyatlov .
High Master PPC
Personal best:
PPC: 598.
Service Pistol: 417 Руслан Дятлов
Мастер Спорта Международного Класса
NRA Certified Pistol Instructor
Champion Airgun Grand Prix 2007 Canada. Toronto
Консултации: 248-935-3257

Mark your calendar for a NEW PPC Match in Michigan: FLSC PPC Match – March 19 – 22,2015

NEW PPC Match in Michigan: FLSC PPC Match – March 19 – 22,2015 

Police Pistol Combat Crash Course with Russ

Police Pistol Combat Crash Course with Russ

http://www.mpcpa.org/pages/matches.flyers/FLSC_2015.pdf