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Old 11-29-2012, 23:02   #26
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Old 12-14-2012, 22:37   #27
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When i renewed my gun licenses last month, sinita ako ng pulis bakit daw naka shorts at tsinelas lang ako. Bawal daw yun, sabi ko sorry hindi ko alam, next time na lang..... After 2 years ulit hahaha
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Old 12-15-2012, 18:01   #28
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Old 12-16-2012, 03:41   #29
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Thanks Andrew. I'm glad to be back home.
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Are you in the market for a car?
I have this POS Ford Focus sitting in le garage...
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Old 12-16-2012, 17:30   #32
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I have this POS Ford Focus sitting in le garage...
Hahaha ... i still have my ford focus that i left behind
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Old 03-10-2013, 21:00   #33
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new procedure?

Hi would like to ask if ganito padin po ba and procedure ng pag renew ng expired license?


Hindi naba kailangan i surrender sa police station at kumuha ng acknowledgment receipt? last kasi tawag ko fed tarlac kailangan ko daw i surrender at i present dun sa tarlac yung acknowledgment receipt. recently nabasa ko article na ito.

http://www.philstar.com/metro/2013/03/0 ... censes-pnp

62,000 gun holders renew licenses – PNP
By Cecille Suerte Felipe (The Philippine Star) | Updated March 4, 2013 - 12:00am
MANILA, Philippines - Over 62,000 gun holders with expired licenses have renewed the registration of their firearms in compliance with the Philippine National Police (PNP)’s “Oplan Katok” program, which aims to account for loose firearms nationwide.

PNP chief Director General Alan Purisima ordered Chief Su™perintendent Raul Petrasanta, director of the Firearms and Explosives Office (FEO), to relax the policy on the renewal of firearms registration, and accommodate those with expired licenses.

Petrasanta said gun holders can renew the registration of their firearms whose licenses have expired for over two years.

He said this would boost the PNP’s effort to account for loose firearms, which might be used in sowing violence during the May elections.

Petrasanta said the PNP is accounting for 490,000 guns with expired licenses from a total of 552,380 loose firearms in the country.

He said 27,640 firearm registrations were expired from one day to six months, while about 65,865 guns have expired licenses from six months to two years. Some 358,883 licenses were not renewed for more than two years, Petrasanta said.

He said police officers implementing the “Oplan Katok” would conduct house-to-house check on gun holders with expired licenses.

The PNP official said police commanders were instructed to give update on their operations on a weekly basis to secure peaceful and orderly elections in May.

“Firearms with expired licenses can be deposited to the police station with jurisdiction on the address of the gun holder. He will be given 15 days to work on the renewal of the registration of his gun,” Petrasanta said.

He said the PNP would not recommend any gun amnesty.







Balak ko sana pumunta ng Crame mukhang mas mabilis renewal dun ng expired license.

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Old 03-11-2013, 23:26   #34
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“Firearms with expired licenses can be deposited to the police station with jurisdiction on the address of the gun holder. He will be given 15 days to work on the renewal of the registration of his gun,” Petrasanta said.
Well, legally speaking, you can't transport your firearms to
the local PD without getting a PTT first.

One way to read the above article is: that any loose guns
found by LEOs in the course of their "Oplan Katok" are to
be deposited in the local PD (brought in by the LEOs), and
the guns' owner has 15 days to make the gun papers right.

If you haven't been raided (err, I mean, 'doorknocked') by
your local LEO's, then maybe you can go to your local PD,
and inform them you wish to renew an expired license,
whereupon you may be issued a PTT, so that you can then
bring your gun(s) in. You will then have 15 days to register
and license your 'loose' firearms. In that sense, it really is
best if you first prep all requirements before the plunge.

Somebody chime in, if my take on this is even a little off.
Thanks.
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Old 03-19-2013, 19:37   #35
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When i renewed my gun licenses last month, sinita ako ng pulis bakit daw naka shorts at tsinelas lang ako. Bawal daw yun, sabi ko sorry hindi ko alam, next time na lang..... After 2 years ulit hahaha
Was the cop old? Probably remnants of the Martial Law era.
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Well, legally speaking, you can't transport your firearms to
the local PD without getting a PTT first.

One way to read the above article is: that any loose guns
found by LEOs in the course of their "Oplan Katok" are to
be deposited in the local PD (brought in by the LEOs), and
the guns' owner has 15 days to make the gun papers right.

If you haven't been raided (err, I mean, 'doorknocked') by
your local LEO's, then maybe you can go to your local PD,
and inform them you wish to renew an expired license,
whereupon you may be issued a PTT, so that you can then
bring your gun(s) in. You will then have 15 days to register
and license your 'loose' firearms. In that sense, it really is
best if you first prep all requirements before the plunge.

Somebody chime in, if my take on this is even a little off.
Thanks.

Thank you sir horge, posted my reply sa kabilang thread.
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Old 03-21-2013, 07:07   #37
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Was the cop old? Probably remnants of the Martial Law era.
No, he was a young police officer. Nagulat yata naka pambahay lang ako.
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