Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Uxendon Shooting School Club, Brent, London
Date Started: July 8, 1908
Date Finished: July 11, 1908
Format: First stage (8-9 July) - 30 clays at known traps and unknown angles in two rounds of 15 clays; Second stage (9 July) - 20 clays at known traps and unknown angles in two rounds of 10 clays; Third stage (11 July) - 30 clays, 20 at known traps and unknown angles in two rounds of 10 clays, followed by 10 clays at unknown traps and unknown angles. Best 50% and ties advanced to the third stage.
|Bronze:|| Alexander Maunder
The Official Report noted that "wretched weather conditions prevailed" for this event, describing heavy rain, high winds, and poor light. The shooting area had been constructed so that July sunlight would not be in the eyes of the shooters. But in the poor light, it was difficult to see the dark shooting clays, so they were marked with white, giving them a "magpie appearance."
The competition began on Wednesday, 8 July with the first stage. A 3-way tie for first place resulted after that stage between Charles Palmer, Richard Hutton, and John Postans. The next day, the Canadians lodged an objection against the previous days' scores and were allowed to shoot again. Postans subsequently withdrew, and did not shoot the 2nd or 3rd stages. The reason is not given in the shooting magazines, but it was presumably in anger over the Canadians being allowed to re-shoot. Canada's Walter Ewing scored 27 in the re-shoot of the second day to take a lead he never relinquished. He had the top score in all three stages. Ewing used an American Lefever gun with Winchester factory-loaded Leader shells. For his victory, in addition to a gold medal, he was awarded Lord Westbury's Cup, which was presented specially for the winner of the individual clay trap shooting.
|3T||Alexander Maunder||47||Great Britain||GBR||Bronze||57||21||14||22|
|5T||Charles Palmer||38||Great Britain||GBR||55||23||12||20|
|7T||Richard Hutton||Great Britain||GBR||53||23||10||20|
|10||Frank Moore||Great Britain||GBR||52||21||11||20|
|11||George Whitaker||43||Great Britain||GBR||51||18||9||24|
|12T||James Pike||Great Britain||GBR||50||22||12||16|
|15T||Eduardus, Baron van Voorst tot Voorst||33||Netherlands||NED||47||18||14||15|
|15T||Franciscus, Baron van Voorst tot Voorst||23||Netherlands||NED||47||19||13||15|
|17T||Harold Creasey||Great Britain||GBR||46||22||9||15|
|17T||Peter Easte||Great Britain||GBR||46||18||11||17|
|19||Gerald Merlin||23||Great Britain||GBR||45||18||10||17|
|20T||William Morris||Great Britain||GBR||44||10||12||22|
|22||Reindert de Favauge||35||Netherlands||NED||29||18||11|
|24||John Butt||57||Great Britain||GBR||26||15||11|
|AC||John Postans||Great Britain||GBR|||
|AC||Rudolph, Baron van Pallandt||39||Netherlands||NED||UNK|