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Bailey aims for Top Gun title
Anthony Bailey will attempt to maintain his place as the top shooter in T&T, when the T&T Defence Force and the International Defensive Pistol Association host the Top Gun competition at the Jethro John Practical Shooting Range Facilties, Gran Couva from 8.30am today.
This tournament, the final shooting event of the year, will feature the top 25 practical shooters in T&T. Competitors will represent the T&T Defence Force, T&T Police Service, Customs, International Defensive Pistol Association, South Trinidad Rifle Association and the Tobago Rifle Club.
Bailey currently sits on top of the standings with 144 points after the previous five events this year. Trailing Bailey is Mohammed Ali on 127 points and Kelvin Sebastien on 118.
The shooters will be guided by match director Ricardo Stephenson. Special prizes will be up for grabs such as the high military, high law enforcement and the most accurate award.
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