Bega Gun Club officials welcomed an eager field of 24 shooters for the July event in excellent weather last weekend.
Officials said there was plenty of sunshine with only flourishes of light windd ensuring the only challenge on the day would be capturing the elusive targets.
The program included three events starting with a 30-target double barrel, a 30-target single barrel and a 20-target double rise.
Officials said some handled the targets better than others and in AA grade Wayne Hawkins showed the way with a clean sheet in the opening round to score 30/30.
Runner-up was regular Cooma visitor Steve McIntyre just one off the pace with 29.
A grade went to Shane Platts who had a great round of 28/30 while Allain Magri was runner-up on a shootoff with his score of 40/43.
C and B grade shooters joined forces on the day with lower numbers than usual and Kevin Hurt and Doug Blewitt took a seven-target shootoff to determine the winner with Hurt emerging victorious with 36/37 to Blewitt's 35.
Hawkins shone again in the second event, scoring 29/30 to win AA grade, while Alf Niesar finished second on 38/41. Ray Welch topped A grade with 30/33 after a shootoff from Shane Platts with Platts scoring 29/33.
Brian Moffitt and John Siede also finished level on 26 with Moffitt winning the shootoff 28/32.
The final round was a 20-target double rise and Phil Body took the AA grade honours with 34/40 from Alf Niesar on 32/40.
Ray Welch and Shane Platts did it again in A grade with Welch winning on 34/40 to Platt's 29/40.
B Grade went to Bert Deacon who caught up with 30 of the 40 targets, with Ray McLeod taking second 28/40.
Wayde Hawkins completed his great day by winning the shoot High Gun award and, also the shoot raffle.
Club officials said ever the kind-hearted member, Hawkins let his son Alex take on the shoot raffle.
"Being the thoughtful young man he is, missed one target to keep the treasurer happy, while accepting the meat tray instead of the cash," a club spokesman said.
During the presentations for the day, club president Phil Body thanked Tracy and Pauline for their efforts in the office, with the pair also organising a lunch for everyone on the day.
Visitors and new members are welcome with the club encouraging everyone to take part with the next meet to be in August.
The club holds shoots once a month year round.
Meets are held at the Tarraganda shooting range, turn right on Reedy Swamp Road.