Lorraine Lambert was 2nd in the R8 (50m Rifle 3 positions Women SH1) final after the kneeling and prone components but slipped back to finish 5th as China's Cuiping Zhang denied Veronika Vadivicova a third Gold of the Games.

Lambert had qualified in 6th place with a score of 560. Karen Butler was in 15th after struggling with her standing series.

Vasyl Kovalchuk of Ukraine dominated the R5 (10m Air Rifle Prone Mixed SH2) with a Paralympic record in both qualification and finals. GB had high hopes with James Bevis and Tim Jeffery having won Gold at Paralympic Qualifier World Cups in 2015 and holding the Team World record with Ryan Cockbill. It was not to be as Cockbill and Jeffery just missed the final in 9th and 10th place respectively. 2012 Bronze medallist Bevis could not recover from a poor start and ended up 32nd.

On the previous day in P3 (25m Pistol Mixed SH1) Stewart Nangle was in a good position after the precision qualification but finished in 11th after the rapid element. Nangle will compete in his final discipline of P4 as Matt Skelhon, Lorraine Lambert and Karen Butler will take on R6 on the final day of competition.