Though threatened by various social and political reform groups, shooting, a competitive sport that tests the competitor's accuracy and speed using different types of guns like firearms and air guns is a popular Olympic event. Shooting tests a person's talent in different positions - standing and kneeling (prone). Olympics features Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun events in shooting where the competitors have to aim at a 10-ringed target from a given set distance which is usually 10m, 25m or 50m depending on the event. Shotgun events are slightly different as the target moves. Olympics has two rounds for each rifle and pistol event - qualification round and final. Points scored in these two rounds are added to find out the winner. The London Olympics 2012 takes place in a truly historic venue - Royal Artillery Barracks reminding the Royal Warrant authorized for the formation of two artillery companies at the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich. Read on to learn more about shooting, its rules, regulations and records.
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