|Date||11 July 1908|
|Location||Bisley Rifle Range, Bisley|
|Participants||22 from 5 countries|
|Format||25 yards. Moving target. The target appeared 15 times over a 10 foot (3.05 metres) run for four seconds, one shot per run. Individual possible 45.|
Four British shooters tied for first in this event and the places were decided by examination of the targets. The winner, John Fleming, was a long-time member of the City Rifle Club and from 1914-1918 was an instructor at the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) School of Musketry. He was in the King’s Hundred in 1934 and was a life member of the NRA.
|8||Otto von Rosen||SWE||18|
|=15||Hübner von Holst||SWE||9|