Combined services is a rifle and handgun shooting discipline that commenced in Victoria and Queensland in the 1980s. The discipline was designed to promote the safe handling and proper care of military or service firearms, as well as provide organised competitive shooting of the firearms. The discipline encompasses more than a dozen service rifle and service pistol classes in which competitors use original or faithful reproduction rimfire, centrefire and black powder military and other service rifles, carbines, revolvers and self-loading pistols to shoot for score at paper targets of different sizes and from various distances and positions.
|Mildura Military Rifle and Pistol Club|
|Military Rifle Club/Military Pistol Club|
|Third Military District Pistol Club|