Abdulla Alahbabi won home gold for the United Arab Emirates on day two of the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Al Ain.
He claimed victory in the R9 mixed 50 metre rifle prone SH2 competition after leading the way in five out of the six series.
Alahbabi scored a tally of 616.3 for victory, as Norway's Heidi Kristin Soerlie-Rogne shot 614.8 for silver.
Sweden's Ellinor Axelsson Vaughn fired her way to a new junior world record with her score of 609.3, enough for bronze.
Elsewhere, the two gold medallists from yesterday doubled up by clinching second titles in Al Ain.
Slovakia's Veronika Vadovicova set a new world record of 459.4 to win the R8 women’s 50m rifle three positions SH1 competition.
Leading throughout the kneeling, prone and standing rounds, the triple Paralympic champion made short work of the final.
Her score tops the former record of 458.2 set by China's Cuiping Zhang in 2015.
Britain's Lorraine Lambert fired 444.1 for silver with Germany’s Natascha Hiltrop third on 430.1.
Vadovicova won the R3 mixed 10m air rifle prone SH1 title yesterday with another world record.
Ukraine’s Oleksii Denysiuk also topped the podium for the second day in row, after yesterday's P3 mixed 25m pistol SH1 success.
He dominated the P1 men's 10m air pistol SH1 competiton with a world record score of 234.1
Sweden’s Joackim Norberg, the Paralympic silver medallist, was second on 226.9 as Poland’s Szymon Sowinski fired 210.9 for bronze.
Slovakia would end the day with two golds as Radoslav Malenovsky won the R1 men's 10m air rifle standing SH1 title on 245.5 points.
This was a new world record due a change in the number of shots utilised in finals this season, with Al Ain the opening World Cup of the campaign.
Norbert Gau, a quadruple Paralympian, sealed second place on 243.4 with Thailand's Atidet Intanon registering 222.2 for bronze.
Competition continues in Al Ain tomorrow with the P2 women's 10m air pistol SH1, P5 mixed 10m air pistol standard SH1 and R2 women's 10m air rifle standing SH1.