|Date||3 August 1920|
|Location||Kamp Beverlo, Beverlo|
|Participants||13 from 4 countries|
|Format||30 metres. 30 shots in five series of six shots. Individual possible 300. Team competitors could allow their score to stand for the individual match.|
In this event the Brazilian shooters used Smith & Wesson revolvers with adjustable sights, while the American shooters used either the Colt Army Special or the Smith & Wesson Military with fixed sights. Guilherme Paraense used his adjustable sighted S&W quite well to win the gold medal. Paraense finished fairly early, and the American team knew of his score. Only Ray Bracken had a chance to defeat him but his first shot in the last round was a 6, costing him any possibility of catching Paraense.