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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Cadet & Trainer - 1st December, 2018

The day dawned warm and breezy. Conditions were half perfect for the shoot but at least it wasn't freezing! In the end 4 of the 5 matches were shot due to the wind playing havoc with the targets in the last match, the Falling Plate/Balloon Shoot teams event.

It would be best to say that things did not go precisely as competitors would have predicted and not all of it had to do with the wind. As it happened, S.H. rampaged through the morning, taking 3 out of the 4 matches with his BSA Martini Cadet in 310 Greener, and won the overall competition with a 132.5. 18 year old W.R. gave as good as he got and took second with a score of 118.5 using the club's Norinco JW-25a .22LR trainer rifle. And relative newcomer J.H. took a solid overall third with 103.2 using a borrowed BSA Martini Cadet in 310 Greener. Top placing Junior was A.H. using a scoped Henry Lever Action .22lr, scoring 30.

It ends a solid year of enjoyable Service Rifle and Cadet & trainer rifle. We look forward to running more matches in 2019 and hope that Goulburn Rifle Range is once again open to High Powered Centrefire so we can enjoy shooting our 303s, 6.5x55s, 308s, 223s, 243s, 300 Win Mags and other military and sporting rifles.
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