Jitu Rai made the air pistol final but had to settle for the fifth place in the ISSF World Cup in Bangkok on Saturday.
The 28-year-old Jitu, who had won the free pistol gold on Friday, qualified with a score of 580 in air pistol but lost following shots of 8.8 and 9.9.
Among the five World Cup medals that Jitu has won so far, he has a gold, silver and bronze from air pistol.
The two other Olympic qualified shooters in the event, Prakash Nanjappa (572) and Gupreet Singh (569) were below par and finished 21st and 29th respectively.
In the 50-metre rifle prone event, Gagan Narang was 13th with a total of 617.1 as he missed the final by one point.
Men’s 10m Air Pistol: 1. Felipe Almeida Wu (BRA) 201.9 (582); 2. Will Brown (USA) 201.4 (580); 3. Xuan Vinh Hoang (VIE) 180.1 (580); 5. Jitu Rai 139.0 (580); 21. Prakash Nanjappa 572; 29. Gurpreet Singh 569.
Men’s 50m Rifle Prone: 1. Torben Grimmel (DEN) 209.1 (625.5); 2. Warren Potent (AUS) 208.3 (620.1); 3. Istvan Peni (HUN) 187.3 (619.2); 13. Gagan Narang 617.1; 19. Chain Singh 616.4; 49. Sanjeev Rajput 608.0. MQS: Akhil Sheoran 605.8.