44-year old Rathore, who is in political battlefield as BJP's candidate from Jaipur rural constituency, has eleven 0.12 Bore guns -- one purchased and 10 of them gifted.
He also possesses a 0.357 pistol and a rifle that was gifted, according to his affidavit.
His wife Gayatri Rathore is the owner of assets worth Rs 1.87 crore. She is 50 per cent partner in a firm -- Top Gun.
Nagaur MP Jyoti Mirdha, who had movable and immovable assets worth Rs 1.90 crore in 2009, is now the owner of assets worth Rs 14.27 crore.
The doctor's husband, Narendra has assets worth Rs 43.98 crore at present compared to assets of Rs 2.17 crore in 2009, according to the Congress candidate's affidavit.
Nagaur city lies about midway between Jodhpur and Bikaner.
Rathore, who rose to prominence after winning the silver medal in Men's Double Trap at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, has deposits in 13 bank accounts, investment in shares of five companies, three bonds and as many mutual funds.
He owns two vehicles including a Fortuner.
Rathore's son Manvaditya Singh and daughter Gauri Rathore each have Rs 5,000 in hand, and bank deposits of Rs 717,120.45 and Rs 122,379.37 respectively.
While his movable assets are worth Rs 4.72 crore, Rajyawardhan's immovable assets are worth Rs 1.69 crore. Immovable assets include agriculture land and inherited property in Bikaner.
Besides, he has a liability of Rs 1.70 lakh (loan).
Meanwhile, Mirdha has disclosed one Mercedes Benz, gold jewellery worth Rs 24.50 lakh and Rs 30 lakh in hand.
She owns agricultural lands in Jodhpur, Jaipur and Gurgaon, two plots in Jaipur, one in Nagaur, according to her affidavit.
The value of her total movable assets is Rs 2.51 crore and immovable assets are worth Rs 11.76 crore.
Mirdha has a liability of Rs 1 crore while her husband's stands at Rs 22.09 crore.
Narendra, owner of a Toyota Fortuner SUV, has cash of Rs 20 lakh in hand.