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Ptt

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by asian_glockster, Jul 12, 2010.

  1. asian_glockster

    asian_glockster Hook Up!!!!!!!!

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    Looks like I'm going to put grease on my standard blaster and put it on long term storage.

    Reason? PTT is only good for one (1) day :steamed:
     
  2. One day?! Did you get it yourself or through your gun club? First time I heard of this, what I know is PTT for pistols yes, PTT for rifles no, which is why my little AR is still sitting in Armscor Marikina (at least I can shoot it now).

    Looks like what can't be done directly, is being done indirectly...
     


  3. asian_glockster

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    Through gun club sir. Each time you want to practice, you have to secure a PTT.
     
  4. red_toady

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    one day lang? that's strange, our club issues 3-month ptts for pistols.

    definitely, hpr ptts are still a no-go
     
  5. asian_glockster

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    It's a new directive from FED sir.. Just in effect last week..
     
  6. red_toady

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    that sucks! sorry to hear that. anyways, tiis muna sir. after all the 'stricter gun-ownership ekek' dies down, hopefully the regulating agency comes to it's senses.

    btw, so how much do this 1 day ptts cost?

    thanks
     
  7. asian_glockster

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    around P500 depending upon the processing fee of the gun club sir
     
  8. red_toady

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    grabe, they just found a way to make more money!
     
  9. darth board

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    :wow:highway robbery na yan!:steamed:
     
  10. Allegra

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    I dont think we should tale this sitting down...naks
     
  11. seiko5

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    what happens to the previous PTTs processed and are still valid? Kumuwa ako mga last month 3 months all ranges inissue ng armscor. Hassle talaga yung fed, kung ano ano ginagawang rules.

    Question lang, if a small vault or "safe" is found inside your car, does a policeman have the right to ask you to open it?
     
  12. jojo_G19

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    500 for 1-day PTT that was supposed to be 3months? harang talaga.. e di para din lang GUNBAN..


    galing talaga ng PNP..
     
  13. ans3288

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    i asked the same question to FED, the previous issued PTTs that covered 3 months are still valid. pero sabi naman, pinakikiusapan to again issue 3 month PTTs...

     
  14. darth board

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    kung 500 for one day ang ptt mag ptc ka na lang.
     
  15. Allegra

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    I think yan nga ang gusto magyari
     
  16. asian_glockster

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    Yun nga po. pero paano kung open div yung gamit mo? kukuha ka ng PTC? Tapos 50 rounds lang ang limit?

    Ang labo po nila:dunno:
     
  17. Rules keep on changing at their whim...I think no one should take this for granted. Its probably FED testing the waters and if there is no significant noise from gun owners, then it becomes permanent without saying.
     
  18. stinger030

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    PNP is milking responsible gun owners for their retirement fund....tsk, tsk, tsk This not gun control but highway robbery as darth_board said. I think PNP means Puro Na lang Pera...
     
  19. Beulah

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    Got mine last July 02 and will expires on Oct 02 2010.
    Went to FED yesterday morning, Confirmed for 1 day valid only. Still Php 360 pa rin ang PTT fee for personal application.