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Transporting firearm parts in car?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by kontra, Jul 5, 2007.

  1. kontra

    kontra

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    Is it legal to transport parts (except the frame) inside our cars? Do we need special permits to do this?

    Thanks
     
  2. Valor1

    Valor1 Pro Paingiver

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    In my experience I haven't had any problems. I bought parts from gunstores sometimes my kasabay pa akong pulis pag bumibili. I've bought barrels and slides but no problem. Siguro pag bumili ka na lang ng commercial quantities like 50 barrels and slides baka sitahin. Pero I have a friend who buys reloading components in bulk (heads, shells and powder) from quezon city and then travels back to Pampanga but never experienced problems.

    Palagay ko sa frame iba na usapan o kaya spare barrel ng Howitzer tank.
     


  3. isuzu

    isuzu

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    As long as there's a receipt for the parts, I don't see any problems. Pag na tripan ka ng ibang pulis, it could be a hassle. Just keep the parts away from plain view.
     
  4. hi guys,
    i planned to check out this month's gun show at megamall. is it possible that i can bring along with me my old slide of armscor for modification in manila, just the slide. am travelling via airplane.

    tnx a lot
     
  5. isuzu

    isuzu

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    get a permit to transport for it.
     
  6. kontra

    kontra

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    Thank you. Its comforting to know that we can do it legally. I plan to buy a few items at the gun show
     
  7. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    I suggest you ask your airline.
     
  8. brought some parts from manila to cebu via plane last Jan., ok naman di na sinita ng airport police during baggage scanning.

    parts are 10-rounder mags, thumb ambi-safety, 3-hole trigger, fiber optic front sight, sear & main springs, plastic grips & others.

    pero lahat ng mga yun nakalagay sa isang small personal electronic safe kaya siguro di na nakita sa airport scanner. :headscratch:
     
  9. isuzu

    isuzu

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    Once you get a permit to transport from the FED with the gun license, the airline will accept the slide as V cargo. I've seen in the previous threads that PAL now charges a fee to transport firearms.