Lights and Clocks
But setting up the temporary range had its challenges with little resources at hand for the student-coach team, with all but essential shops shut.
“It was impossible to get hold of a drill machine and a hammer in the lockdown,” Dubey said.
“I used a grinding stone to hammer in the nails and also moved some lights from their original position to illuminate the shooting area.”
They also got help from shooting administrators to get ammunition, despite the strict lockdown.
Panwar has now competed in three online competitions involving international shooters like Austria’s Martin Strempfl and Etienne Germond of France.
They log in on the Zoom app from their locations with a camera behind their backs and fire at their Electronic Shooting Targets (EST), linked up to a computer.