A man accused of opening fire on two other men in broad daylight less than 100 metres from Dapto Public School has been committed to stand trial.
Police will allege Derek Scott Ferguson was at his Denham Drive house in November last year when Rian Kinloch and Michael Black arrived at the premises in a silver Ford Falcon.
CCTV footage of the incident allegedly shows the duo having a brief conversation with Ferguson through the front door before Black allegedly tries to to rip open the front screen door.
It will be alleged Ferguson pulls out a silver pistol and shoots three rounds at Kinloch and Black through the screen door.
The pair then flee on foot towards Dapto Public School, located less than 100 metres down the road.
The footage allegedly shows Ferguson run out of the premises and continue firing at the group, in the direction of the school.
Police will allege Ferguson got in his white Toyota Camry and left his home for about six minutes, before returning, searching the car, then throwing an "unknown object" over the top of his home.
Concerned neighbours contacted police, who arrived 15 minutes later.
When asked what had occurred, Ferguson allegedly told detectives "nah, nothing mate, nothing happened" and refused to talk further.
Documents previously tendered in court said officers found three holes in the front door consistent with bullet holes and as well as ricochet marks on the driveway.
Ferguson was arrested, charged and remanded in custody at the time.
In court on Wednesday, a representative for the Director of Public Prosecutions confirmed the Crown would proceed to trial with three charges against Ferguson - discharging a firearm with intent to cause grievous bodily harm; using a prohibited firearm while subject to a firearms prohibition order; and firing a firearm in a manner likely to cause injury to a person.
Ferguson remains in custody and will face Wollongong District Court next month for arraignment.