Not held in other editions
| Event type

Military Rifle, 200/500/600/800/900/1,000 yards, Team, Men

Date10 – 11 July 1908
LocationBisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Participants48 from 8 countries
Format15 shots at each distance. Individual possible 75 at each distance. Total individual possible of 450. Team possible of 450 at each distance. Total Team possible of 2,700. The rifle was required to be the National Military Arm of any country. Any position allowed.

Although nine teams were entered, only eight competed. The ninth team was Russia which never withdrew and actually tried to compete. In 1908, as today, most nations in the world used the Gregorian Calendar, but unlike today, a few nations used the older Julian Calendar. Russia was one of the nations using the Julian Calendar, which differed by 13 days from the Gregorian Calendar. The Russian shooters, thinking that The International team match was to begin on 10 July in the Julian Calendar, arrived shortly before that date, which equated to 23 July by the Gregorian Calendar. Unfortunately, they found that The International team match had been completed and all the shooters had by now left Bisley.

This was a very closely fought contest on the first day with the United States team holding a narrow lead over the British team - 1,291 to 1,281. But on the second day, the U.S. shooters continued to post marginally better scores than the British and won by 34 points. The weather was terrible on both days, but especially so on the second with wind varying from 12-20 mph (5.3-8.9 mps), low cloud cover and rain flurries off and on all day.

PosCompetitorsNOCPoints200 y500 y600 y800 y900 y1,000 y
1United StatesUSA2,531428 (NP)438 (NP)425 (NP)436 (NP)405 (NP)399 (NP)Gold
Bill Leushner 430717573736771
William Martin 430717472737169
Charles Winder 429697472737269
Kellogg Casey 423747169736769
Ivan Eastman 412707470716760
Sumner Benedict 407737069736161
2Great BritainGBR2,496419 (NP)436 (NP)426 (NP)433 (NP)399 (NP)383 (NP)Silver1
Harcourt Ommundsen 424687473727067
Fleetwood Varley 423727571716767
Arthur Fulton 417717071756565
Philip Richardson 413687370726466
Walter Padgett 410707369716859
John Martin 410707172726659
3CanadaCAN2,439412 (NP)418 (NP)414 (NP)434 (NP)394 (NP)367 (NP)Bronze
William Smith 421717270757261
Charles Crowe 415696671746570
Bertram Williams 414717470746758
Dugald McInnes 413687373746560
William Eastcott 392696365706461
Harry Kerr 384647065676157
4FranceFRA2,272397 (NP)417 (NP)378 (NP)401 (NP)373 (NP)306 (NP)2
Léon Hecht 389647063726555
Raoul, Comte de Boigne 385707265676051
Albert Courquin 383676868625860
Eugène Balme 379707165656543
André Parmentier 373677157676447
Daniel Mérillon 363596560686150
5SwedenSWE2,213423 (NP)425 (NP)381 (NP)378 (NP)337 (NP)269 (NP)
Claës Rundberg 388727564665754
Ossian Jörgensen 382687361675657
Janne Gustafsson 376706963645951
Per-Olof Arvidsson 374727466685044
Axel Jansson 351696961595835
Gustaf Adolf Jonsson 342726566545728
6NorwayNOR2,192396 (NP)391 (NP)386 (NP)394 (NP)329 (NP)296 (NP)
Ole Sæther 385656968676353
Einar Liberg 375707070655446
Gudbrand Skatteboe 369636161675859
Albert Helgerud 362656360674958
Mathias Glomnes 352695863595251
Jørgen Bru 349647064695329
7GreeceGRE1,999384 (NP)385 (NP)357 (NP)316 (NP)282 (NP)275 (NP)
Ioannis Theofilakis 357706859654847
Fragkiskos Mavrommatis 349666362606038
Alexandros Theofilakis 349647165643253
Georgios Orfanidis 325606259404856
Matthias Triantafyllidis 314626056505135
Defkalion Rediadis 305626156374346
8DenmarkDEN1,909375 (NP)359 (NP)369 (NP)307 (NP)279 (NP)220 (NP)
Niels Andersen 352656063685343
Niels Christian Christensen 333676764494244
Lorents Peter Jensen 326605659574846
Niels Laursen 309565258644336
Julius Hillemann-Jensen 307656062484527
Ole Olsen 282626463214824