The Tarraganda 100 is the opening event each year for the Bega Gun Club.
Held on the first Sunday in January, organisers said they were met by glorious conditions with a field of 59 shooters turning out.
The 100 is shot from the common mark with an array of sashes and prizes up for grabs, but officials said it might have been a first with 21 AA grade shooters taking part to ensure tight competition.
The field faced four sets of 25 targets across two layouts with eight shooters all going through flawlessly in the opening round.
A further nine were just one target off the mark, while four shooters headed up A grade all on 23.
Charlie Smith shot flawlessly in the second round, while Phil Body also cleaned the slate.
No one else could match them, but 10 did score 24/25 to keep the scoreboard close.
Top score for B Grade was George Toyne with a 24/25 and C Grade went to Christel Feldmann with 22/25.
Round three featured point-score and Damian Burt claimed the sole perfect score to win AA grade. Wayde Hawkins, Jason Goldstraw and Matthew Patmore each carded a further 24 points to keep the pressure on.
Alf Niesar, Blake Gruber and Phil Body topped A grade with 72/75, while B grade went to elder statesman John Siede who rolled up a score of 72. C grade went to George Adamopoulos with a good score of 70 with Christel Feldmann closely following with 65/75.
The final round was held in a 25-target Continental.
Hawkins and Patmore shot maximum possibles alongside Ray Collins, Josh Balogh and David Crane. Nine other entrants finished just a shot behind.
Phil Body and Chris Gee both recorded 24/25 to lead A grade ahead of Blake Gruber, Jeremy Freeman, Peter Engelbrecht, James Body and Ray Kearns.
John Siede took the points in B grade with 24 ahead of Garry Martin, Doug Blewitt and George Toyne.
In C Grade, Jessica and John Cottis both scored 22/25 to lead the field with Alex Hawkins coming in second 19/25.
AA graders Matthew Patmore and Wayde Hawkins were the overall winners with 148/150, and showing good sportsmanship shared the trophy. Patmore was declared the overall winner with Hawkins heading AA grade.
Runner-up was Frank Bagnato on 145.
Phil Body topped A grade with 144 from Alf Niesar on 141. Meanwhile, John Siede added to his trophy collection by winning B Grade with a score of 138/150 from runner up George Toyne 136/150.
Lauren Gee headed the ladies on 130, while Steve McIntyre was the veterans winner on 143.
The overall veterans award went T Steve McIntyre 143/150 with Lauren Gee taking the Ladies with a score of 130/150