By Lars Dalseide | October 18 2011 18:02

Sherri Gallagher at the Palma Awards during the Long Range High Power section of Camp Perry in 2011 Brisbane, Australia - You can never be too careful when you're in the lead. Especially if Sgt. Sherri Jo Gallagher is breathing down your neck. It's the same tenacity that landed her a spot on the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit and made her the U.S. Army's 2010 Soldier of the Year that'll make her push and focus until her shot is just right. Exactly what she did on day three of the International Confederation of Fullbore Rifle Associations' World Individual Championships in Brisbane, Australia.

Heading into the final day of of the Individual Championships, Gallagher leads fellow American Trevor Massey by 1 point and 1 X ... and the rest of the field isn't too far behind.

Per the competition's website, the final day is comprised of a 900 and 1,000 yard match. The top ten then advance to a 20 shot match at 1,000 yards. With a handful of American's still within striking distance of the top ten, it could be anybody's game.

The World Individual Long Range Match
   Sherri Gallagher USA 510-038X
   Trevor Massey USA 509-037X 
   Jane Messer Great Britain 508-043x
   Nick Tremlett Great Britain 508-039x
   Andre' Du Toit South Africa 507-054X


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