National Smallbore Captain Dale Hing and leading hand gun shooter Ryan McKinnon
won the Production and Stand divisions respectively when the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) Smallbore section ran off its Yearend Practical Pistol shooting championships last Sunday at the Timehri ranges.
The programme consisted of three stages which were categorized into Standard and Production division. Shooters with stock firearms with no modifications shot under the production division while shooters with modified firearms were placed in the standard division according to the I.P.S.C. rules.
Stage one of the Production division saw Hing coming out ahead of Randy Sarjoo who finished second while Ray Beharry placed third.
McKinnon was also victorious in the Standard Division at the first stage beating into second position Gordon Richards while Murtland Smith finished third.
At Stage Two Production Division, Beharry turned the tables on Hing while Sarjoo placed third.
McKinnon was beaten into second position by Stage Two Standard division winner Joshua Ramlakhan while David Dharry came in third.
Stage Three proved to be critical for the shooters but in the end Hing and McKinnon won their respective categories.
Beharry finished second in the Production division while Rajiv Latchana was third, while in the Standard Division Dharry was second and Dr. Johan DaSilva third.
The overall standings were: Production – Hing first place, Beharry second and Sarjoo third, while in the Standard McKinnon placed first, Dharry second and Richards – Third.
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