STAWELL - Col Dunn was awarded J&A Fencing Overall High Gun at the Callawadda-Stawell Clay Target Club shoot.
It was a 27 strong field that attended the shoot, competing in gusty wind and humind conditions that made it interestiong to score well in events.
Dunn returned 155/155 to win the top High Gun honour.
The Callawadda-Stawell member was beaten on a countback in the 10 target point score graded eye opener before winning the 25 target point score event.
Dunn was then narrowly beaten in the third event which was the 25 target double barrel, with Queenslander Vivienne Moore taking top honours.
Eight shooters were rewarded with some cash back in a tight first event.
Roger Lehmann won the overall honours in the 10 target point score with 30/30 on a countback from Dunn, Robert Jorgensen and Allan Ford.
B grade winner was Garry Pike with 29/30 from Wayne Wilde (28/30).
Ivan Jones finished on top in C grade with 30/30, six ahead of Lachie Wilde.
Dunn shot a perfect 75/75 to win overall and AA grade honours in the 25 target point score, with second place going to Allan Jones with 77/78.
A grade winner was Robert Jorgensen with 73/75 from Russell Black (72/75), while B grade went to Garry Pike with 74/75 ahead of Wayne Wilde (71/75).
Lachie Wilde claimed C grade spoils with 68/75 with Ivan Jones finishing runner up on 66/75.
Vivienne Moore achieved a perfect 44/44 to win the overall and AA grade 25 target double barrel, edging Col Dunn into second place on 43/44.
Jason O'Connor finished first in A grade with 44/45 ahead of Ashley Jorgensen on 43/45.
Garry Pike took out top B grade honours again with 36/37 from Bruce Papst (23/25) while Lachie Wilde achieved success in C grade with 23/25.
Ivan Jones was C grade runner up on 19/25.
Garry Pike's three B grade wins was enough to shoot himself into A grade, which was a top achievement from the Mildura-based visitor.
The last event, the 25 target handicap was won up and coming shooter, Zac Biggin from Beaufort.
He returned 40/40 after a shoot off from Surat Clay Target Club's (QLD) Vivienne Moore 39/40 and Robert Jorgensen was third with 34/35.