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Becoming Licenced

Within the scope of Combined Services Discipline, competitors are involved in matches involving both rifles and pistols. To attain a firearms licence in NSW, there are a number of steps.

The first and most important is to determine what type of shooting you wish to be involved in – whether it be target/sporting, hunting/vermin control or both. Each type of firearm fits into a Category, and each of these categories requires a genuine reason prior to a licence being enacted. The categories of licence relevant to Combined Services Discipline can be found listed below:

Category A – Air Rifles, Rimfire Rifles (other than semi-automatic), Shotguns (other than pump action/semi-automatic), Shotgun-Rimfire Combination Guns
Category B – Centrefire Rifles (other than semi-automatic), Shotgun-Centrefire Combination Guns, Muzzle loaders (other than pistols)
Category H – Pistols

Genuine Reasons:
For every Category of licence you wish to apply for, you must have a genuine reason or both reasons should you wish to engage in both activities. For Category A & B genuine reasons include but are not limited to:

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Posted Sun Apr 7th, 2019

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An Australian infantryman gives a drink to a wounded Turkish soldier during the Gallipoli Campaign, Turkey, 1915.

The peninsula's prominent hill, Achi Baba, offered commanding panoramic views of the Allied beachhead at Cape Helles, and was the main position of Turkish defenses during the campaign.

Mediterranean Expeditionary Force Commander-in-Chief Sir Ian Hamilton had set the capture of Achi Baba as a stated priority for operations during the Allied landing at Cape Helles on 25 April 1915.

Despite six separate attempts being made by the Allies to seize control of Achi Baba and the nearby village of Krithia between April and July, the hill remained in Turkish hands throughout the campaign.

After the failure to secure the area following the final attempt on 12 July 1915, Allied activity was moved further north along the peninsula, concentrating around Anzac Cove and Suvla Bay.

Photographer: Lieutenant Ernest Brooks,
Image courtesy of the Imperial War Museum, Q13285

(Colourised and Researched by Benjamin Thomas)
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Posted Thu Apr 4th, 2019

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15/4/42 at Valkeasaari. The sniper is corporal (alikersantti) A.Ryyppö and his company CO capt/kapteeni Hartikainen
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Young man with such powerful eyes. Just look at that stare......

The scope looks terrible. It looks like the units that the USA used in WW1.

I want that mosin.

Posted Wed Apr 3rd, 2019

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Fullbore shooting in the '50s....Here’s a window into the past. Members of the Marulan Rifle Club shooting at Marulan Rifle Range some time in the 1950s. The late Trevor Pearson is on the spotting scope in the foreground with fellow members. The rifle used appears to be a No4 Mk1 with a Singer sight. Note the complete lack of hearing protection!! 😖 Sadly the range must have been shut to build the Hume Hwy bypass. This photo is a great look at target shooting of old but also a timely reminder that we need to ensure our current ranges are not allowed to fall prey to development, much as it may seem favourable at the time.

Ed. Apparently the sights on the rifle are Central Sights. I know little about Lee Enfield target sights but people I know who know a lot say they are. 😉
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Fullbore shooting in the 50s....

Posted Tue Apr 2nd, 2019

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Posted Mon Apr 1st, 2019

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I thought I would share with you a project I have been working on for some weeks now. I was unhappy with the ratty bluing on my Luger P08 so I set out to refinish it to a shiny parade standard using a die grinder and dremel tools. Let me know what you think! ... See MoreSee Less

I thought I would share with you a project I have been working on for some weeks now. I was unhappy with the ratty bluing on my Luger P08 so I set out to refinish it to a shiny parade standard using a die grinder and dremel tools. Let me know what you think!

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I am doing the same to my complete Lee Enfield Lithgow Experimental collection and sniper rifles. Then I am spray painting some with Super cheap car engine enamel black.

Nice April 1st mate. weaponsman.com/?p=15831

You may have ruined a good collector but it does look good shiny

Nice job. You now need to get it blued before it rusts.

Beautiful!

Posted Sun Mar 31st, 2019

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