The city-based Central School of Weapons and Tactics (CSWT) of BSF is organising this five-day event.
"These shooters will use different types of pistols and rifles along with mortars, light machine gun (LMG) and machine carbine. These are the weapons used by the BSF against the enemy on the borders," he said.
Mehta said the BSF personnel guarding borders would be able to increase their skills through this competition.
Last year, BSF's Rajasthan Simant had secured the first place in the event.
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