|Olympic medal record|
|Competitor for the United States|
|Gold||1920 Antwerp||300 m free rifle,
|Gold||1920 Antwerp||Team free rifle|
|Gold||1920 Antwerp||Team 300 m
military rifle, prone
|Gold||1924 Paris||600 metre free rifle|
|Gold||1924 Paris||Team free rifle|
He won a total of five olympic gold medals. He was the author of two popular books on marksmanship.
Fisher frequently competed in shooting tournaments while on duty as a United States Marine. He retired from the Marine Corps as a Sergeant Major and in April 2009, he was inducted into the United States Marine Corps Sports Hall of Fame.
Books by Morris Fisher
- Mastering the Pistol and Revolver, New York: Putnam's, 1940. [Riling 2314]
- Mastering the Rifle, New York: Putnam's, 1940. [Riling 2315]
References are to Ray Riling, Guns and Shooting, a Bibliography, New York: Greenberg, 1950.
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