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extended amnesty

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by paltiq, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. paltiq

    paltiq

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    mga pare magkano ba pag magpalicense ng loose FA? (pistol) what,who,where,How Much ;-) please help. thanks:whistling:
     
  2. userfriendly

    userfriendly

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    may ammnesty pa ba? I thought it ended on Oct 31. Pls correct me if I'm wrong.
     


  3. BrassKnuckle

    BrassKnuckle

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    P1k for any loose firearm regardless of caliber up to 7.62mm Nato. That's if you're willing to DIY it at FED.

    No need to bring the gun. Just write down the gun's make, model, caliber, and serial number.
     
  4. userfriendly

    userfriendly

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    wala bang ballistics test?
     
  5. BrassKnuckle

    BrassKnuckle

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    Meron dapat, but that's scheduled after the gun has been ascertained to be "clean", and the initial paperwork (application form and payment of fees) has been completed.

    I said "dapat" because I'm not sure if they're still going through that step. From what I heard, the Crime Lab can only do ballistics testing on 20 guns per day, and there are thousands that were registered through the amnesty. Kelan matatapos yun kung dadaan lahat sa ballistics?

    Just inquire at FED to be sure.
     
  6. atmarcella

    atmarcella

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    overwatch....
    they can do more than 20 guns per day. dito sa kampo sa santa cruz, laguna they do more than 50/day. inaabot sila ng gabi. from what i heard highest pointer daw sa amnesty whole PI per province basis laguna. sa laguna highest pointer san pablo. nung nilakad ko sakin ang naka kalat sa opisina puro mahaba. carbine m2/m1, baby, katorse etc., people here are armed to the teeth.
     
  7. liveandletlive

    liveandletlive

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    Nice to know people are taking advantage of the amnesty program of the PNP. Haba ng pila sa landbank last friday! This just goes to show na gusto pa rin ng marami ang sumunod sa batas. Buti naman at Congrats sa PNP.

    Next stop? Longer license renewal interval? Lower fees, perhaps? No fixers (is this good?) and add-on charges? Sana lang naman... ;D
     
  8. nitrox920

    nitrox920

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    perhaps... total confiscation of all license firearms..:wow:.. remember our country is one of the signatories sa United Nation Small arms disarmament program....just my 2 cent
     
  9. Allegra

    Allegra

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    Nah , it's a business
    But just in case they do , let's all scream martial law
    Mapilitan sila to back off
     
  10. liveandletlive

    liveandletlive

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    Onga, malaking business to. Dami sigurong pumasok na pera sa PNP ngayung October. Pwede nang pambili ng mga baril at training ammo para sa mga pulis.
     
  11. atmarcella

    atmarcella

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    overwatch....
    ang pinaka maganda ngayon is ginawa nila decentralized ang process. ang taga province sa province din nag avail. eto ang main reason na nung kumalat ang kwento na pwede na sa sta cruz ang dami taga dito sa amin nag avail. so for that, i want to congratulate the PNP, 2 thumbs up! w/ hand salute pa! hehehehe. seriously... galeng!
     
  12. atmarcella

    atmarcella

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    overwatch....
    regarding martial law,

    people already know what happened then, and most likely if it happens again and govt. asks us to surrender all our firearms again, promising, to give them back after martial law, or whatever law,... im sure people would just as well bury them, or if under threat of detention there are other ways... just use your imagination.


    cheers.
     
  13. PMMA97

    PMMA97 TagaBundok

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    Pag renew next year sa local PNP pa din? Thanks.
     
  14. atmarcella

    atmarcella

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    overwatch....
    sana. i wish. but very unlikely. what i do is, i hit 2 birds w/ one stone. pag renew sabay punta gunshow. mas magaan loob ko.
     
  15. chilipowder

    chilipowder

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    just want to share my experience...

    just came from FED this morning. i must say the process (for the un-renewed license category) was quite simple and straightforward. indeed a very welcome development.

    for the last couple of firearms i owned, i really got used to the non-appearance deal with my friendly neighborhood gun shop/dealer doing the leg work. i have never done any personal dealings at the FED - i actually dreaded going for a DIY kind of approach...hehe

    i was really surprised at the pace as how the process went. i was in at around 10am and out by 11am...i could have sworn it could have taken quicker than the walk from the grandstand parking lot to the FED bldg. :cool: if only all the Land Bank booths were open...(i'm assuming this is the stage that really makes the process time consuming)...

    also noticed the anti fixer campaign...i have the impression it may have been working...(?)

    would have been really great if the license card is being made available very quickly as well...in my case i was advised availability will be January next year...(i retained the receipt and claim stub)...


    i hope future dealings with the office will keep getting better...
     
  16. atmarcella

    atmarcella

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    overwatch....
    i heard from a friend na 1yr. lang daw validity ng amnesty license.
     
  17. G19cPH

    G19cPH

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    Yup 1 year lang validity ng fa license thru amnesty.
     
  18. chilipowder

    chilipowder

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    yup, same info i got from the guy at the processing desk...
     
  19. i_am_infinity

    i_am_infinity Pang Altar

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    To Infinity and Beyond
    actually hindi sya 1 year. from the date of the amnesty up until your birthday lang daw expired na agad. So for example, ung amnesty is nov and then bday mo Jan. expired na sya agad nun...