Kazakhstan won home gold in the men's team trap as Kuwait bagged two individual titles at the Asian Shotgun Championships in Almaty.
The home trio of Viktor Khassyanov, Alexandr Fedorov and Andrey Mogilevskiy combined to great effect at the Asanov Shooting Club, scoring 350 points.
That was enough for victory in front of Kuwait's Naser Meqlad, Abdulrahman Al Faihan and Khlaed Almudhaf, who managed 346 points for silver.
The bronze medal went to the Chinese team of Weidong He, Haicheng Yu and Jie Liu on 343 points.
Meqlad went one better in the men's individual trap as he fired a score of 48 in the six-man final to clinch gold.
This matched the current world record.
Khassyanov won silver on 43 and Oman's Saleem Al Nasri took bronze on 34.
In the women's individual trap, Sarah Alhawal scored 45 in the final to take the gold medal for Kuwait.
There was home silver for Kazakhstan as Anastassiya Davydova registered 43 with Yingzi Liu of China on 28 for bronze.
China won the women's team trap gold as Liu joined forces with Xingiu Zhang and Xiaoman Huang to score 331 points.
Davydova collected another silver alongside Kazakh team-mates Mariya Dmitriyenko and Sarsenkul Rysbekova, scoring 324.
Bronze went to Kuwait as Alhawal, Hajar Abdulmalik and Shahad Alhawal scored 308.
The Championships are due to conclude with the mixed team trap tomorrow.