Two men have been found guilty of killing a Black Country pub landlord, who was shot dead following a "trivial" row over a laser pen being shone towards a car.
A jury at Birmingham Crown Court took around four-and-a-half hours to unanimously convict Jasbir Singh Takhar and Sukwinder Singh Sanghera of murdering Swinder Singh Batth.
An eight-week trial heard that Mr Batth was struck by a "poorly-aimed" bullet fired by a hooded gunman at someone else outside his bar in Bilston on July 28 last year.
Jurors also found four other men and a woman guilty of conspiracy to commit violent disorder in connection with the incident, while two other defendants were convicted of intimidating a witness before the trial.
Takhar, 23, of Birmingham New Road, Coseley, and Sanghera, 24, of Albion Road, West Bromwich, both face mandatory life terms and will be sentenced alongside the other seven defendants on Friday.
Opening the case at the start of the trial, prosecutor Christopher Hotten QC said the victim, aged 47, died minutes after being shot in the chest outside Gavin's Sports Bar.
Mr Hotten told the jury the fatal shooting happened after a Seat Alhambra and a Renault Clio pulled up outside the bar.
The QC added that it was very unlikely that Mr Batth was the intended target of the bullet, which had been fired with a "considered and deliberate desire for revenge" following an earlier dispute near the bar.
Explaining the circumstances which led to the shooting, Mr Hotten said: "As so often happens, it is an event apparently trivial in itself, which triggers a chain of events which ends ultimately in violence."
The court heard that around three hours before the murder, two of the defendants were driving away from Gavin's Sports Bar in a Renault Clio when a powerful, green beam from a laser pen was directed towards their vehicle.
Mr Hotten told the jury: "It was this trivial incident, which was sown to fester in the mind of Mr Takhar. He was determined not to let the matter go."