China's double Paralympic champion Hu Daoliang, beaten by Britain's Dimitri Coutya in the previous day's men's epee B competition at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation's Wheelchair Fencing World Cup, made sure of gold on day two.
En-route to victory in the men's foil B event in Tbilisi, Georgia, Hu gained revenge against Coutya in the semi-final with a 15-6 win.
He went on to take gold with a victory over Ukraine's Anton Datsko.
Bronze nevertheless made it another fine day for Coutya, who had earned silver in the epee B.
Coutya had dispatched Japan's Michinobu Fujita 15-5 in his round-of-16 bout in the foil event, and then beaten Albert Kamalov 15-7 to set up his meeting with Hu.
Italy's Marco Cima took the other bronze.
The men's foil A gold went to Richard Osvath of Hungary, who beat Italy's Emanuele Lambertini in the final.
Bronze medals went to Iraq's Zainulabdeen Al-Madhkhoori and Roman Fedyaev of Russia.
Russia earned a clean sweep in the women's epee B class, with Viktoria Boykova, Irina Mishurova and Ludmila Vasileva winning gold, silver and bronze respectively.
China almost matched that in the women's epee A class, taking gold thanks to Bian Jing, and both bronze medals through Rong Jing and Zou Xufeng.
Ukraine's Yevheniia Breus won the silver medal.