|Date||3 July 1912 — 9:00|
|Participants||20 from 6 countries|
|Format||100 metres. 20 shots per man, with two shots per run. 100 possible, 30 possible in shoot-offs. Ties decided by shoot-offs of three runs.|
Although there were 45 entries for this event, only 20 shooters started, and 12 of the starters were Swedes. Swedish shooters finished in the first nine places and took 12 of the first 14 places. The winner, Åke Lundeberg, won medals in all three running deer events at Stockholm, but never again competed at the Olympics. He also competed in the two clay trap shooting events at Stockholm, but failed to medal in those.
|10||Charles, Baron de Jaubert||FRA||60|