Australian Bruce Scott is carried from the dias in the Queens Chair, after the singles Open Full Bore Shooting competition.
Australia has won gold and bronze in the Full Bore Rifle Shooting Individual Event.
Australia’s Bruce Scott claimed the gold medal by 2.03 points, ahead of England’s Parag Patel.
Scott's teammate James Corbett took the bronze
In almost perfect conditions Scott, who was leading the competition going into the final stage, shot 74.12 points in the first match over 900 yards.
But Patel judged the breeze better, shooting 75.14 to lead Scott by 1.1.
South Africa’s Robert Hayter moved into third place, shooting 75.10, but later dropped out of contention to finish sixth.
Scott picked up a couple of shots in match two over 1,000 yards, shooting 74.10 to clinch the gold medal with a total of 403.60.
Patel finished with 72.06 for a total of 402.57 to secure silver.
James Corbett shot well in match two to edge into third place and take the bronze medal.
"I had a good practice yesterday. I felt quite comfortable today," said Corbett, after the event. "The manager made a few alterations and gave me a severe talking to. But it was a team effort.
"We have had a cohesive team, excellent partner and a great manager."
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