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Small-Bore Rifle, Moving Target, 25 Yards, Men

Date11 July 1908
StatusOlympic
LocationBisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Participants22 from 5 countries
Format25 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.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1John FlemingGBR24Gold
2Maurice MatthewsGBR24Silver
3William MarsdenGBR24Bronze
4Edward NewittGBR24
5Philip PlaterGBR22
6William PimmGBR21
7William MilneGBR21
8Otto von RosenSWE18
9William StylesGBR17
=10Arthur WildeGBR13
=10Walter WinansUSA13
=10Léon JohnsonFRA13
13James MilneGBR12
14André MercierFRA10
=15Léon TétartFRA9
=15Eric CarlbergSWE9
=15Vilhelm CarlbergSWE9
=15Hübner von HolstSWE9
=19Harold HawkinsGBR3
=19Edward AmooreGBR3
ACWilliam HillANZDNF
ACFrans-Albert SchartauSWEDNF