IF Instant-Dict were able to translate their form from the shooting range to the soccer field, Sing Tao will be shot to pieces in Sunday's Viceroy Cup final. That's after Instant-Dict blasted Sing Tao away in a 'friendly' shoot at the Hong Kong Gunners' Club up on Jardine's Lookout as their rivalry intensified before the big match at the Hong Kong Stadium on Sunday. Players and managers took time away yesterday to visit the Gunners' Club - away from the rigours and pressures on the field. And it was all in good heart. Doing away with their soccer boots and shin-guards, the players donned goggles and headphones as they handled live ammo under the supervision of the club - and the results were quite startling. Instant-Dict clearly came away on top thanks to their irrepressible manager Ben Choi York-yee and dynamic midfielder Steve 'Chuck' Berry who handled their .38 Specials with flair - albeit the target was just 10 metres away. Instant-Dict defender Cheung Chi-tak had the distinction of being the only player to have hit the bull's-eye while Sing Tao's best shot was coach Tsang Wai-chung who scored 36 points out of a possible 60. When the dust settled, Instant-Dict beat Sing Tao 190 points to 127 points. Choi, who is hoping to lead his team to their first Cup success after four previous failures, was pleased with his 49 points, five points more than Berry who was second best for the day.