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

Date11 July 1908
StatusOlympic
LocationBisley Rifle Range, Bisley
Participants22 from 5 countries
Format25 yards. Disappearing target. The target appeared 15 times over a 10 foot (3.05 metres) run for four seconds, one shot per run. Individual possible 45.

Nine athletes tied for first with perfect scores in this event. The places were decided by a count-back and examination of the targets. The winner, William Styles, returned as a member of the 1912 British Olympic shooting team and won a silver medal in the small-bore rifle team event.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1William StylesGBR45Gold
2Harold HawkinsGBR45Silver
3Edward AmooreGBR45Bronze
4William MilneGBR45
5James MilneGBR45
6Arthur WildeGBR45
7Vilhelm CarlbergSWE45
8Harry HumbyGBR45
=9Maurice MatthewsGBR42
=9Otto von RosenSWE42
=9Eric CarlbergSWE42
=9John FlemingGBR42
=9Frans-Albert SchartauSWE42
=9Edward NewittGBR42
=15William PimmGBR39
=15Hübner von HolstSWE39
=15Philip PlaterGBR39
18William HillANZ36
=19André MercierFRA30
=19Walter WinansUSA30
21Léon JohnsonFRA24
22Léon TétartFRA21