It is the end of a long run, most of which snaked through the Riverina, for father and son bush bandits.
The notorious Stoccos were sentenced to a maximum of 40 years' jail for a raft of offences, including murdering a farm caretaker.
The duo did not appear to react when the sentence was delivered in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday.
Gino Stocco, 59, will be eligible for parole in 2043, while his son and partner in crime Mark Stocco, 37, will remain behind bars until at least 2045.
The Stoccos were arrested, after being on the run for eight years, in Dunedoo on October 28, 2015.
The manhunt for the duo had ramped up 12 days earlier when they fired shots at police from a high power military-style rifle during a high-speed chase near Wagga.
The older Stocco shot farm caretaker Rosasio Cimone twice in the stomach on October 7 before the pair stole his boots and $50 from his pocket, stripped him naked and hid the body under leaves and branches.
The court has heard that the Stoccos' probable motivation for killing Mr Cimone was frustration and anger that they might be evicted from the property.
"Just shoot him," the younger Stocco told his father after handing him a loaded pump-action shotgun.
Several of Mr Cimone's family members were in court and wept throughout the sentence.
"The killing was cold-blooded, callous and without rational justification albeit it it was not planned," Justice David Davies said in delivering his sentence.
The court heard that a doctor who assessed the pair believed their appearance on Australia's Most Wanted - when their crimes to that time had consisted of relatively low-level property offences - had been a "significant turning point" and had "heightened their anti-authoritarian stance".
The Stoccos pleaded guilty last year to murder, destroying a farmer's shed and belongings by fire in 2014, and two counts of shooting to evade arrest.