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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:

Sport/Target […]

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SSAA Goulburn

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January 27 @ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Club Practice- Mudgee

February 24 @ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

City VS Country

March 15 @ 8:00 AM - March 17 @ 5:00 PM

ANZAC Commemorative Shoot / Rebel Tour

April 27 @ 10:00 AM - April 28 @ 3:00 PM

Club Practice – Mudgee

May 26 @ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sniper & Tactical Rifle Weekend – Mudgee

June 15 @ 9:00 AM - June 16 @ 3:00 PM

Cadet & Training Rifle Weekend – Mudgee

July 27 @ 10:00 AM - July 28 @ 3:00 PM

Club Practice – Mudgee

August 25 @ 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Posted Thu Mar 21st, 2019

NSW Combined Services Discipline

2019 CVC Carbine DeliberateFrom our 2019 City VS Country event at SSAA Mudgee ... See MoreSee Less

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Posted Mon Mar 18th, 2019

NSW Combined Services Discipline

As another event draws to a close we look forward to our future events. Weekends for Trainer/Cadet rifles, Vintage and Modern Sniper rifles and finally the NSW State Titles are all just over the horizon. ... See MoreSee Less

As another event draws to a close we look forward to our future events. Weekends for Trainer/Cadet rifles, Vintage and Modern Sniper rifles and finally the NSW State Titles are all just over the horizon.

 

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A great weekend. Looking forward to the Cadet / Trainer weekend in July.

Was a great weekend!!

Dean Clarke

Posted Sun Mar 17th, 2019

NSW Combined Services Discipline

Thanks to everyone that joined us for the 2019 City VS Country events. Congratulations to Country shooters on their victory this year over City. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to everyone that joined us for the 2019 City VS Country events. Congratulations to Country shooters on their victory this year over City.

 

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Top job, lads!!!! So sorry I couldn’t make it. Bloody elections! They interfere with important stuff!😊

Well done 👍 to everyone that attended. Keep those barrels pointing down range and hope to see you all in 2020.

Well done Frank Gasparini.

Posted Tue Mar 12th, 2019

NSW Combined Services Discipline

Andy Wood
I’ve had a great meeting with Jai Rowell, the new CEO for SSAA NSW, and discussed the ways SSAA NSW will assist SSAA Goulburn and other users in removal of the current restrictions. I look forward to working with Jai on a regular basis to resolve these issues and help ranges across the electorate.
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Posted Sun Mar 10th, 2019

NSW Combined Services Discipline

Match 3 of the 2019 series done and dusted. The drought decided to break for those in detail 2 with wind gust over 20k’s. score and more pics to follow over the upcoming days - another great match by Jarrod and the crew from Castlemaine Rifle Club ✅ ... See MoreSee Less

Posted Tue Feb 26th, 2019

NSW Combined Services Discipline

An interesting submission from one of our members... He saw this barreled action for sale from a dealer, before it would have been scrapped. He decided to save a gun from the plasma torch, and had it sent to an Armourer to be certified under a Queensland Form 10 to become a Category H firearm. The armourer did the Form 10, and re-crowned the muzzle, and it is now living as a Category H bolt-action pistol in 303 British for metallic silhouette unlimited competition. An old stock and fore-end was modified to suit, and due to the front and rear sights missing with the chopped barrel, the owner decided to drill and tap a picatinny rail mount and stick a red dot sight on it. It may not be to everyone's liking, but we believe that any attempt to keep a gun in circulation and living is better than being permanently destroyed. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Wtf

WTF

Ha ha. If you think the 303 kicks as a rifle, try something like this. 😂

Barelled actions sell on the second hand market all the time. Who would “scrap it”??? That doesnt make sense. There are so many spares and parts out there for 303’s that even just a bare action can be rebuilt into a full wood, original condition no1 mk3 SMLE, albeit without matching seria numbered parts (so what). Given the barrel length, this thing must perform terribly.

Surely that’s compliant for pistol matches in Combined Services Discipline.........😂

Harry Barnes

Still not an Obrez lol

Jail time 👌

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