- A Shooting Forum is a web based meeting place for people involved in the shooting scene.
Shooting Forums allow people to post specific questions which in turn can be quickly answered by other members with the appropriate knowledge.
- Shooting Forums are informal meeting places for chatting to other members involved in the same sport.
Shooting Forum provides a wealth of knowledge to people outside the sport.
- Shooting Forums allow you to create a profile, upload pictures, solve issues, answer questions and more importantly meet friends! Another attractive aspect is that they are FREE to join.
One significant difference between a shooting forum and electronic mailing lists is that mailing lists automatically deliver new messages to the subscriber, while
forums require the member to visit the website and check for new posts. Because members may miss replies in threads they are interested in, many modern forums offer an "e-mail notification" feature, whereby members can choose to be notified of new posts in a thread, and web feeds that allow members to see a summary of the new posts using aggregator software. The main difference between newsgroups and forums is that additional software, a newsreader, is required to participate in newsgroups. Visiting and participating in forums normally requires no additional software beyond the web browser.
Forums differ from chat rooms and instant messaging in that forum participants do not have to be online simultaneously to receive or send messages. Messages posted to a forum or Usenet are publicly available for some time, which is uncommon in
chat rooms that maintain frequent activity. If
members of a forum are online at the same time, their posting conversation can be just as fast as a chat room conversation if a topic is being discussed with great interest.
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