Glen Castellaro from Griffith spent his long weekend making history, becoming the first shooter to ever win seven titles at the NSW State Trap carnival in Wagga.
Alongside his fierce competitor Arthur Turner, the duo had both won six titles over the span of their respective careers. The winner of the day set for a page in the history books.
Castellaro nailed 469 of his 475 targets across a range of events to take the top honour.
To finalise his victory, Glen needed to best Victorian Andrew Brady in a shoot-out, after Brady won the AA grade high gun, scoring 533 from 540.
The event went down as a raging success according to the organising committee, as record numbers spilled in to watch the shooting spectacle over the long weekend.
"We had 330-odd people and nearly 50 women there, which was great," event organiser Dan Power explained.
"The weather was a bit blustery but it was a really successful shoot."
The association also held a gala dinner on the Friday night for the first time and Power said it is likely to become a regular fixture on the calendar.
"It's the first year we've done it and judging by the response it's something we'll continue because it was positive for the event," he said.
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