Niccolo Campriani claimed gold in the 50m rifle three positions, while Giovanni Cernogoraz won the trap.
British shooters James Huckle, Jonathan Hammond and Ed Ling all failed to make their finals on Monday.
Jin Jong Oh staged a remarkable fightback to retain his Olympic 50m pistol title and bag a second gold medal.
Jessica Rossi smashed the world record as she blasted her way to victory in the women's trap shooting.
America's Jamie Lynn Gray eased to victory in the women's 50m rifle final on Saturday.
Two world records were broken in the shooting competition as Cuba's Leuris Pupo won a shock gold.
GB's James Huckle and Jonathan Hammond both failed to make the final of the men's 50m rifle prone.
Peter Wilson claimed gold for GB in the men's double trap. We look at his life and shooting career.
Peter Wilson claimed Britain's fourth gold medal of London 2012 in the men's double trap.
South Korea's Kim Jangmi beat reigning Olympic champion Chen Ying of China to win gold in the women's 25m air pistol
US Army sergeant Vincent Hancock retained his Olympic title in the men's skeet on Tuesday.
Romania's Alin George Moldoveanu claimed gold in the men's 10m air rifle shooting event on Monday.
Shooter Kimberly Rhode made American Olympic history on Sunday as she won gold in the women's skeet.
British shooter Georgina Geikie failed to qualify for the final of the women's 10m air pistol.
China took the honour of the first gold medal at London 2012 as shooter Yi Siling won the women's 10m air rifle.
Team GB shooting chief Phil Scanlan is hopeful of ending Britain's Olympic medal drought at London 2012.
Charlotte Kerwood is the 11th and final member of Britain's London 2012 shooting team.
Phil Scanlan tells Sky Sports about his teams chances of success at London 2012.
The BOA have revealed the ten athletes to represent Team GB in the shooting at the London Olympics.
Great Britain's Abbey Burton claimed gold in the women's trap event at the ISSF World Cup event in Italy.