Karl Frederick

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Olympic medal record
Men's shooting
Competitor for the  United States
Gold1920 Antwerp50 m free pistol
Gold1920 Antwerp50 m team free pistol
Gold1920 Antwerp30 m team military pistol
 
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Olympic medal record
Men's shooting
Competitor for the  United States
Gold1920 Antwerp50 m free pistol
Gold1920 Antwerp50 m team free pistol
Gold1920 Antwerp30 m team military pistol

Karl Telford Frederick (February 2, 1881 – February 11, 1963) was an American sport shooter who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics.

In 1920 he won the gold medal in the individual free pistol event. And he won two gold medals as member of the American team in the team 50 metre free pistol competition and in the team 30 metre military pistol event. He also participated in the individual 30 metre military pistol competition but his place is unknown.

He was born in Chateaugay, New York.

Frederick served as president of the National Rifle Association and vice president of the US Revolver Association.

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