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Pwede ba...ballistic vest from US?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by valian, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. valian

    valian

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    I am based in the US. I have a friend in Bikol who is a PNP officer. He wants to get a ballistic vest and would like for me to get one for him here in the US and send it to him but we just have no idea if it is possible and legal to ship a vest to him in Phils. Anyone know if this is OK to do?

    Salamat
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  2. wtf jack

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  3. valian

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    Thanks. That shoots that down. I had not even thought of ITAR applying to the vests and was thinking more about Phil. law.

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  4. horge

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    Ownership of Ballistic Vests in the Philippines is supposed to be covered by certain
    restrictions, with mandatory registration involved (Hq-PC Circular 1 27Apr1981), but
    as your friend is in the PNP, that is not an issue.
    Ballistic Vests are available locally, NIJ IIIA to IV.

    :)
     
  5. edtf

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    Oh I didn't know you had to register your Ballistic vests!!!
    Thanks for that heads up!
     
  6. horge

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    It's actually possible that most of PNP-FED doesn't know it (or care) either.
    :)
     
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    It is least of their (PNP) concern. I would imagine that they would run after loose FA's as priority.
     
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    there was a time when i inquired about those vest and they told me that vest should be registered at FED this is daw to prevent the badguys from owning one
     
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    is this the same way they will stop badguys from owning firearms :whistling:
     
  10. jerrytrini

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    I have one in QC. Still in plastic, unused Level IIA Second Chance. PM me. Standard model used by street cops in LA.
     
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