India picked up one bronze medal in the men's team event of the skeet discipline, which concluded on Saturday.
The Indian women's team, comprising Ganemat Sekhon, Parinaaz Dhaliwal and Karttiki Singh Shaktawat, also made it to the bronze medal match, but lost out to the Kazakhs narrowly with the final score reading 4-6.
After two solid final qualification rounds of 24 and 25, Gurjoat's score added up to 119 at the end of five rounds, giving him a credible 10th place finish.
The seasoned Mairaj Ahmad Khan shot a qualifying round score of 121 out of 125 to narrowly miss out on making the final of the ongoing ISSF Shotgun World Cup at Changwon on Saturday.
India finished the ISSF Shotgun World Cup on third position even as the skeet shooters endured a shoot-off heartbreak in the men's event in Acapulco, Mexico.
Ankur Mittal, who had settled for a silver at the recent World Cup in New Delhi, ended with 75 points out of 80 in the final to win India's first medal at Acapulco.
India's Mairaj Ahmad Khan finished 4th at the ISSF Shotgun World Cup Final in Rome on Thursday losing a shoot-off against Egypt's Azmy Mehelba in the skeet event