World Shooting Para Sport is proposing to make a series of changes to its programme for the Los Angeles 2028 Paralympic Games.
The organisation is planning to add new disciplines for vision impaired (VI) shooting and shotgun (Para trap) while slightly altering the existing rifle events.
A survey has been issued to athletes, coaches, National Paralympic Committee and National Federation representatives in a bid to get their views on the proposed changes.
The deadline for feedback is November 30.
World Shooting Para Sport is looking to combine the R1/R2 and R7/R8 events and make them mixed gender instead of separate male and female competitions.
The move would mean there would be fewer medals available, but the total number of events and medal opportunities for SH1 rifle would not change, according to World Shooting Para Sport.
"The key change here is that these medal events will become more competitive with the increased number of competitors in each event," said Tyler Anderson, senior manager for World Shooting Para Sport.
"It is important to us that with these proposed changes SH1 rifle athletes still have the opportunity to win medals in four different events - this has not changed.
"The main aim of this change is to provide additional medal opportunities for our new and growing athlete populations."
World Shooting Para Sport first adopted Para trap in 2017 providing new opportunities for physically impaired athletes while VI shooting joined in 2019.
In Para trap, competitors use a shotgun to hit clays which are propelled into the air from machines on the ground.
The first Para Trap World Championships took place in Lonato del Garda in Italy in 2018.
In VI shooting, athletes use an audio signal to guide them as the signal rises in pitch when the point of aim moves nearer to the centre of the target.
Anderson added: "VI shooting gives us an exciting opportunity to expand how we showcase our sport to the world and allows us to grow our sport by welcoming a new athlete population.
"Shotgun is very much a part of our shooting sport family and allows us to reach new stakeholders and grow our sport together."