|Date||5 July 1912|
|Location||Kaknäs, Djurgården, Stockholm|
|Participants||36 from 8 countries|
|Format||25 metres. 5 series of 25 shots. Target appeared for three seconds, with intervals of five seconds between appearances. After each series of five shots, the figure was changed. 250 possible. Places determined first by number of hits on target, and ties decided by 1) number of points made, 2) number of 10s, 3) number of 9s, etc.|
Vilhelm Carlberg had competed in the 1908 small-bore rifle disappearing target event, finishing 7th. He had an exceptionally long Olympic career, competing and winning medals in Olympic shooting in 1906, 1908, 1912, and 1924 - he did not compete at Antwerp in 1920. In 1912 he won five Olympic medals, three gold and two silver. Overall, he won eight Olympic medals - three gold, three silver, and two bronze. His twin brother, Eric Carlberg, also competed in shooting for Sweden at the Olympics, and in fact, finished 20th in this event. His Olympic career was shorter, encompassing only the Olympics of 1906, 1908, and 1912, and he won five Olympic medals, two gold and three silver, although he never won an individual shooting medal.
|2||Hübner von Holst||SWE||233||25||–||Silver|
|33||Sándor, Count Török de Szendrő||HUN||146||18||–|