TOP SHOOTERS: Kris Morris took the top prized, Kayshorn Findlay placed second and Moise Cummings third
Press Release
August 6, 2021
Firearms Association hosts successful shooting competition

THE NATIONAL Firearms Association (NFA) in conjunction with the St Vincent and the Grenadines Firearms Registry and Training Office successfully held their first shooting competition on August 2, 2021 at the shooting range in Arnos Vale.

LIA BEST ACCEPTING her prize for top female shooter

The NFA said that several persons participated in the competition but after the scores were tallied, Kris Morris was awarded the top prize of best pistol shooter. Kayshorn Findlay placed second and Moise Cummings took the third position. The top female shooter prize went to Lia Best.

For their shooting prowess, the competitors received cash prizes in the sums of $300 (1st prize) ; $200 (2nd prize), $100 (3rd prize) and $100 (top female shooter).

The inaugural shooting competition was very competitive and exciting. The participants shot from distances of 5, 7,10, 15 and 20 meters.