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Colfax man shooting for world record

Gylling’s varmint shoot score being evaluated for record

HAMILTON, Mont. — A Colfax man may have broken a shooting world record June 4.

Paul Gylling, 67, of Colfax, placed first in several events at the National Bench Rest Shooting Association Varmint for Score competition.

While Gylling’s final score is still being verified by organization officials, his shooting record speaks for itself.

The Varmint for Score competition has shooters firing at 25 paper targets evenly distributed across five timed matches. Scores are determined by how close the competitors can aim for the center dot of the target, with a shot placed within the smallest ring earning...


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