Competitors shoot at targets at distances of 100 and 200 yards. There were two divisions, scoped and un-scoped during the rifle shoot.
Southern Ute Tribal Ranger, Babe Lansing practices prior to the steel plate pistol competition.
Vicki and Phil Drake discuss scoring on Vickie's target she shot.
Sisters, Quincy and Laura Witt compete against one another during the scoped rifle competition.
Southern Ute tribal member John Chavarillo is instructed by Division of Gaming officer, Ryan Quinn.
Community Resource Officer, Don Folsom, instructs Maliki Coriz on archery technique.
Tyson Thompson (left), John Chavarillo and Laura Witt check their hits on their targets and tally their individual scores with Dave Witt, Vicki and Phil Drake.
John Chavarillo shoulders his un-scoped rifle. Chavarillo won first place in two rifle divisions.
Ryan Boyce, Ignacio Police Department Officer, takes aim during the un-scoped rifle competition.
Shooters prepare to shoot after registering for their respective rifle competition.
Shooters, take aim at their respective targets from 200 yards out.
Southern Ute Tribal Ranger Babe Lansing takes sight on her 100 yard target.
Vicki Drake centers her scope on her target during the scoped, rifle competition. She placed third overall in the rifle division.
Jeanne Cook was on task flipping burgers and grilling lunch during the shoot.
Southern Ute Police Department Officer, Shane Clance during the steel plate pistol competition.
Ignacio Police Department Officer, Ryan Boyce during the steel plate pistol competition.
The one, the only ... Maliki Coriz won hands-down, the youth archery shoot, he poses with his winnings with SUPD Community Officer Don Folsom.
Gary Maestas of the Southern Ute Tribal Rangers and Phil Drake of the Southern Ute Gaming Director, add up the points to determine the scores for the pistol competition.
Wolf Yang takes aim with his .22 rifle as his father, Sean Yang, a former SUPD officer offers advice during the youth shoot.
SUPD Chief Ray Coriz gives last minute sighting instructions to his son, Maliki during the youth shoot.
9 year old, Wolf yang steadies his aim before shooting his .22 during the youth rifle shoot.
Ryan Boyce, Ignacio Police Department signs in for the rifle competition.
Signing on the dotted line, Councilman Tyson Thompson and fellow tribal member John Chavarillo sign up for the rifle competitions, as instructed by Phil Drake.
Ryan Quinn buys a few raffle tickets for various prizes, including a Henry lever-action .22 rifle.
Tyson Thompson readies his rifle for the scoped competition. He and other competitors shot at targets at distances of 100 and 200 yards.
father, Dave Witt discusses strategy with his two daughters, Laura (left) and Quincy. Witt is a custom gun builder and well versed in shooting competitions.
Dave Witt breaks out the gadgets during the shoot. Witt was spotting for his daughters, utilizing an attachment on his binoculars for his iPhone.
Southern Ute tribal member and councilman, Tyson Thompson competes against Johnathan Schultheiss of the Southern Ute Detention Center.