While Chain finished fourth with a score of 204.8 points in the finals, Gagan was second from bottom in the eight-man final with a score of 142.3.
Commonwealth Games 2018, Day 6, Highlights: Heena Sidhu's gold in women's 25m pistol event took India's overall medals tally to 20.
Gagan Narang is one of India's senior-most shooters.
Elavenil Valarivan's recent success has the promise of shooting her and mentor Gagan Narang into bigger things.
Top Indian shooters Jitu Rai, Gagan Narang and Apurvi Chandela were on Tuesday named in the country's 27-member squad for the upcoming Commonwealth Games to be held in Gold Coast, Australia.
Olympic bronze-medallist Gagan Narang missed out on an individual podium finish in Wako City, Japan.
Gagan Narang, who is appearing in his first major tournament since the 2016 Rio Olympics, shot a total of 617.6 in the qualification to end fourth.
Narang is leaving for Gold Coast in Australia on Thursday to participate in the Commonwealth Championships, a test event for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Abhinav Bindra along with other Indian shooters failed to win a medal in 2016 Rio Olympics
Shooters Heena Sidhu, Manavjeet Singh Sandhu, Gagan Narang, Jitu Rai and Apurvi Chandela left the country thoroughly disappointed after they were unable to put on an impressive show at Rio Olympics
Gagan Narang, a bronze medalist in the London Games four years ago in men's 10m air rifle, ended up behind Chain Singh, who was 23rd, in the 33rd spot out of 44 shooters
Gagan Narang and Chain Singh failed to break India's medal jinx in shooting at Rio Olympics 2016, after failing to qualify for the men's 50m rifle 3 positions final. Catch shooting highlights here.
Gagan Narang blew away a strong start in the men's 50m rifle prone qualification, to crash out of the event at the Rio Olympics. Chain Singh too disappointed with a 36th place finish
Mairaj Ahmed Khan finished on 10th spot on Day 1 of skeet qualification, while Gurpreet Singh also finished 10th in men's 25m rapid rapid fire pistol qualifying (Day 1). Catch shooting highlights here.
Abhinav Bindra lost a tension-filled lost a tension-filled shoot-off against Ukrainian marksman S Kulish after the two were tied third at 163.8 in the race to reach the medal round. Meanwhile, Gagan Narang, Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Kynan Chenai crashed out of the Rio Olympics
Abhinav Bindra missed out on clinching another medal at the 2016 Olympic Games by just a whisker in the men's 10-metre air rifle final
While Abhinav Bindra finished fourth in the men's 10m air rifle final, Gagan Narang failed to qualify. Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Kynan Chenai also did not make it to the men's trap semi-finals.
Abhinav Bindra showed his class in the men's 10-metre air rifle qualifiers as he entered the finals with a brilliant finish. Gagan Narang, however, crashed out