A man has been charged with attempted murder after a woman was allegedly shot in the head with a nail gun.
Jordan Frank Clarke was arrested at Albury Airport on Sunday night following the incident on April 27.
The 29-year-old victim went to Wodonga Hospital after allegedly being shot with the power tool at a block of units on Day Street about 4pm.
He also faces charges of intentionally causing serious injury and intentionally causing injury to the woman.
Clarke appeared in Albury Local Court on Monday before being extradited to Wodonga, where he again appeared in court.
Lawyer Michael Kelly said the 27-year-old was not applying for bail.
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Mr Kelly told magistrate Ian Watkins that Clarke had custody management issues including pleurisy, post traumatic stress disorder and bipolar.
Charge sheets list him as being of no fixed address.
He will return to the court on September 9, and police will serve a brief of evidence on July 29.
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