(Last Updated on : 06/03/2017)
Indian Male sport Shooters includes Abbas Ansari, Mohammed Asab, Baba Prithvirajendar Singh Bedi, Vikram Bhatnagar, Maharaja Bhim Singh II, Abhinav Bindra and many others.
Abbas Ansari is an Indian shooter, in Air rifle shooting. Abbas Ansari is a gold medalist national-level shooter and now he will contest from Ghosi on Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)'s ticket for UP election 2017. He is the elder son of Mukhtar Ansari who is currently the MLA from Mau.
Mohammed Asab is an Indian shooter who competes in the double trap event. In the same event, he won the bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.
Baba Prithvirajendar Singh Bedi
Baba Prithvirajendar Singh Bedi is an Indian professional skeet shooter and has represented India at the Commonwealth Games in 2006 in Australia and in Glasgow in 2014. He has represented India in several world cups and Asian shooting championships.
Vikram Bhatnagar is an Indian Shooter. He won the silver medal in the Men's Double Trap with Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
at the 2006 Commonwealth Games. In this process he was able to make a good score and carried the team to the silver medal. He is an MBA Graduate and has interests in Hotels and Construction as well.
Maharaja Bhim Singh II
Maharaja Bhim Singh II was the last ruling Maharaja of the princely state of Kotah from 1940 to 1947.
Abhinav Bindra is haling from Dehradun
. He is an Indian professional shooter and businessman and is a World and Olympic champion in the 10 m Air Rifle event.
Prithipal Chatterjee is an Indian former sports shooter. He competed in the 50-meter rifle, prone event at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Joydeep Karmakar is hailing from Kolkata, West Bengal. He is an Indian shooter. He became a Junior National Champion in his first Nationals in 1994. He qualified to represent India at 2012 Summer Olympics in Men's 50m Rifle Prone event.
Sen Keshav is an Indian former sports shooter. He competed in the trap event at the 1960 Summer Olympics.
Imran Hassan Khan
Imran Hassan Khan is an Indian shooter. He is hailing from Bareily, Uttar Pradesh
. He won a gold model at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, combining with Gagan Narang
to win the pairs 50-metre rifle event. A member of the Indian Army
, he has also won medals at the South Asian Games, as well as a bronze medal at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, in the men's 50-metres rifle three positions team event.
Mairaj Ahmed Khan
Mairaj Ahmed Khan is hailing from Khurja in Bulandshahar District. He is an Indian shooter in the shotgun skeet discipline. He won the Olympics quota in the Shotgun Skeet Event in Lonato, Italy in September 2015, the first Indian to qualify in this particular discipline. In 2016, he won silver at ISSF World Cup held in April in Rio de Janeiro, the host country for 2016 Olympics.
Moraad Ali Khan
Moraad Ali Khan is one of the top sports shooters of India who is widely credited for bringing India to the world shooting map. He was awarded the Arjuna award in 1996. He won gold medal at the Manchester Commonwealth Games and many other international medal at the Asian and world level competitions. He has also been the National Champion seven times.
Karam Lehal is an Indian skeet shooter.
Rakesh Manpat is an Indian shooter from Bengaluru
. He completed his education from Jain University where he was in the junior division of NCC.
Ankur Mittal is an Indian shooter. He stood second in the qualification round and thus qualified to the final of Men's Double trap competition at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.
Asher Noria is an Indian shooter. He has won several national and international medals for India. He is the only shooter in the world who has won the double trap event of the International Shooting Junior World Cup for two consecutive years.
Pemba Tamang won the gold medal in the Men's 25 meters rapid fire pistol (Pairs) with Vijay Kumar and the silver medal in the Men's 25 meters rapid fire pistol at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.