|Date||26 April 1906|
|Participants||12 from 4 countries|
|Format||30 clays sent from 4 traps at 16 metres. 15 clays thrown from the lower traps, 15 clays thrown from the higher traps. 30 possible.|
Only 12 shooters started from four nations. Thirty clays were sent from four traps at 16 metres, with 15 clays thrown from the lower traps, and 15 clays thrown from the higher traps. Britain’s Gerald Merlin tied with Greece’s Ioannis Peridis with 24 clays broken. They shot off the tie, but tied again in the first with 4 of 5 clays broken. In the second shoot-off, Merlin won 4-3, to win the gold medal.
|7||Sándor, Count Török de Szendrő||HUN||12||–|
|Raoul, Count de Boigne||FRA||–||–|