Steven Scott beat his GB team mate Tim Kneale in a head-to-head contest for the bronze medal in the men's double trap.
(But luckily there doesn't seem to be any hard feelings between the pair).
Both men failed to reach the gold medal match and then faced a shoot-out with Australia's James Willett to decide which two would progress into the scrap for third.
After Willett missed out, it was a battle of the Brits to see who would take home the medal - and it was 31-year-old Scott, from Sussex, who produced the goods after beating Kneale 30-28.
-- NorthernShootingShow (@North_shootshow) August 10, 2016
-- Roz Kelly (@Roz_K) August 10, 2016
-- Joe Levy (@joespehlevy) August 10, 2016
Well done Steven Scott in double trap shooting!
That takes the total of bronze medals in the shooting up to two for Team GB, following on from Ed Ling's success on Monday.
-- Michael Richier (@MikeRichier) August 10, 2016
Another shooting medal! Well done, Steven Scott :) #Rio2016
-- Kerry O'Donovan (@KerryODonovan8) August 10, 2016
And another medal after an all-British double trap shooting bronze medal match. Well done Steven Scott. Unlucky Tim Kneale #GBR
-- KW (@kyloswaller) August 10, 2016
Bringing 'em home.