Matt Skelhon made up for his disappointment in R6 by claiming the R3 (10m Air Rifle Prone Mixed SH1 title) silver medal while Richard Davies took second place in R4 (10m Air Rifle Standing Mixed SH2) and Stewart Nangle was the runner up in P1 (10m Air Pistol Men SH1).
Skelhon qualified third in a high scoring R3 qualification with 638.2 behind Cuiping Zhang of China and Veronika Vadivicova of Slovakia. He leapfogged both to finish second to China's Dong Chao by just 0.3. Lorraine Lambert just missed the final in 9th while Owen Burke was 16th, Ben Jesson 33rd and Lesley Baldwin 37th.
GB had three representatives in the R4 final and took the Team Gold. Ryan Cockbill was in third, Davies 5th and Tim Jeffery 6th. James Bevis missed the final in 16th place. Cokbill couldn't continue his medal winning form from Poland and finished 4th in the final, Jeffery took Bronze and Davies Silver with only New Zealand's Michael Johnson topping the three Brits.
Stewart Nangle qualified solidly for the P1 final with a score of 563. Sean Young was 30th and Roger Sutton 31st. Nangle opened the final with a 10.7 which set the tone and he continued to shoot well to finish behind Xing Huang of China for a well deserved Silver medal. The previous day Nangle had qualified third in P4 (50m Pistol Mixed SH1) and held his position to take Bronze for his first international medal in the event.
Issy Bailey had her work cut out to reach the P2 (10m Air Pistol Women SH1) final with a first ten shot string of 86. She followed that up with 92, 94 and 91 but it was not enough and she finished in 10th position. Class act Sareh Javanmardidodmani of Iran won the Gold medal.