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Shooting made its first appearance in the Commonwealth Games Programme in Kingston 1966. Since then the Sport has been in every Commonwealth Games except in 1979 Games.
Entries
Not more than two entries per CGA for each Event, with teams of two in separate pairs’ competitions in each event. The same two competitors will form the team for the pairs.
Full Bore
Full Bore events (singles and pairs) will be held at the CRPF Campus, Kadarpur from 9 to 13 October 2010 for 300 yd, 500 yd, 600 yd, 900 yd and 1,000 yd range.
Clay Target
Trap and Skeet events will be held at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range from 6 to 13 October 2010.
Men Women
Trap Individual & Pairs Trap Individual & Pairs Pistol and Small Bore Rifle
Double Trap Individual & Pairs
Skeet Individual & Pairs
The 36 events will be held at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range and the CRPF Shooting Range in Kadarpur from 5 to 13 October 2010.
Men Women
10 m Air Pistol 10 m Air Pistol
10 m Air Pistol Pairs 10 m Air Pistol Pairs
10 m Air Rifle 10 m Air Rifle
10 m Air Rifle Pairs 10 m Air Rifle Pairs
25 m Centre Fire Pistol 50 m Rifle 3 Positions
25 m Centre Fire Pistol Pairs 50 m Rifle 3 Positions Pairs
25 m Rapid Fire Pistol 50 m Rifle Prone
25 m Rapid Fire Pistol Pairs 50 m Rifle Prone Pairs
25 m Standard Pistol 25 m Pistol
25 m Standard Pistol Pairs 25 m Pistol Pairs
50 m Pistol
50 m Pistol Pairs
50 m Rifle 3 Positions
50 m Rifle 3 Positions Pairs
50 m Rifle Prone
50 m Rifle Prone Pairs
Medals at stake
Medals
Men 23 23 23
Women 13 13 13