Manavjit Singh Sandhu bettered the Commonwealth Games record in the individual trap event as Indian shooters won all the three gold medals on offer on the seventh day of the Commonwealth Championships in Delhi on Wednesday.
India's overall tally stands at 17 gold, 12 silver and six bronze medals. By adding the consolation badges given to shooters in a team event, India's tally swells to 26 gold, 17 silver and 10 bronze.
Manavjit set a new Commonwealth Games record in the men's trap individual event, scoring 146 points, also his personal best, to pocket the gold.
England's Aaron Heading (143) took the silver, while Australia's Adam Villa (142) bagged the bronze.
The other two gold medals for India came in the 10m air rifle women's event and 25m centre fire pistol competition for men.
Neha Sapte, 17, who incidentally has to appear for her Class XII board examinations on Thursday in Mumbai, won the gold in the women's 10m Air Rifle event, scoring 496.1 points.
In a nail-biting finish for the next two spots, Sharmin Akhter Ratna of Bangladesh barely managed to avoid a tie with Australia's Robyn Nus Van. Ratna's total score of 494.5 points earned her the silver while Robyn's 494.2 got her the bronze.
Indians swept all three medals in the men's 25m Center Fire Pistol individual event.
Gold grabber Vijay Kumar again took the top spot on the podium after aggregating 580 points. Mahender Singh took the silver with 568 points while Viraj Singh took the bronze with 567 points.