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Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range

Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range is located on South Delhi ridges near the historic Tughlakabad Fort (to its North) and Suraj Kund Lake (to its South West). It is named after the legendary shooter Dr. Karni Singh who won the silver medal at the 38th World Shooting Championships at Cairo in 1962 and was the first shooter to be conferred with the Arjuna Award in 1961.

The earlier separate ranges for Trap and Skeet are converted into new composite ranges with state-of-the-art scoring equipment. It has centrally air-conditioned indoor shooting range with 80 shooting points.

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Capacity Trap and Skeet - 2,000; 10 m, 25 m and 50 m - 500 each and Final Range - 1,000
Competition Arena 10 m - 80 Firing Points; 25 m - 50 Firing Points; 50 m - 80 Firing Points A separate range for 10 m, 25 m and 50 m Trap: four ranges; Skeet: four ranges
Competition Date 5 - 13 October 2010
Entry Gate Numbers
Distance from Games Village 21 km

Getting Here

By Metro
    Spectators may avail of Delhi Metro services from any part of Delhi NCR to reach the following stations and thereafter use the shuttle service to Venue Gate Number 3:
  • Kalkaji Temple Metro Station
  • Badarpur Border Metro Station
  • Qutab Minar Metro Station
Park and Ride
Spectators can park their vehicles at Kant Enclave parking area and thereafter avail of the shuttle service to Venue Gate Number 3.
Full Bore - CRPF Campus, Kadarpur
Capacity 345
Competition Arena 300 yards; 500 yards; 600 yards; 1,000 yards; SIUS Ascor Electronic Movable Targets - 20
Distance from Games Village 60 km