Johan Da Silvia wins GNRA Pistol Shoot

In another display of excellent marksmanship, Dr. Johan DaSilva came out victorious in last weekend’s Practical Pistol Shoot organized by the small-bore section of the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA), held at the Timehri Ranges.

The programme consisted of three stages of different scenarios for the best overall points, with course details including; movement in the shortest time with the best hits on targets. DaSilva won the second   stage and placed second in the third stage to be declared the winner.

Second position went to David Dharry who won the first stage and was second in stage two while Ray Beharry finished third following his second place at stages two and three. Ryan McKinnon placed third at stages one and three while Vidushi Persaud finished third at stage one. The next competition will be the Precision Pistol match on Tuesday at the TSU Range.

 

Stage 1

1st – David Dharry

2nd – Ray Beharry

3rd – Ryan McKinnon

Stage 2

1st – Johan DaSilva

2nd – David Dharry

3rd – Vidushi Persaud

Stage 3

1st – Azaad Hassan

2nd – Johan DaSilva

3rd – Ryan McKinnon

 Overall

1st – Johan DaSilva

2nd – David Dharry

3rd – Ray Beharry

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