German sports shooter Benno Wandolleck finished seventh in team dueling pistol at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. By profession he was a zoologist who worked at the Zoological and Anthropologic-Ethnographic Museum in Dresden. He also had an extensive interest in photography and firearms. Wandolleck owned one of the biggest handgun collections in Germany at the time. As a professor he examined the weapons famous German author Karl May described in his Winnetou novels.
|1912 Summer||48||Stockholm||Shooting||Men's Dueling Pistol, 30 metres, Team||Germany||GER||7|
|1912 Summer||48||Stockholm||Shooting||Germany||GER||Final Standings||7||102||890||256|