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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by 3Eighty, Mar 25, 2005.
Gun registration amnesty, what are the specifics, SOPs and hidden costs?
As long as you have enough money (probably from P 5k to P9K for pistols, more expensive for rifles) to shell out, no problem.
Ok thanks, when is the deadline and is it in Manila only or in PNP reginal offices also?
for pistols, its 6,000 via fixer. check the pnp website if they have an ongoing amnesty program
A friend told me amnesty on-going. If I remember right, amnesty will cost you 3k, and about 5-6 for licensing. But its a must that the unit be brought to crame for ballistic.
Teka, so does that mean they issue you some kind of PTT for a gun na wala'ng license in the first place?
Yup, they'll issue one so that you may bring your loose firearm to FED.
One day pass lang yon sir..
Ok thanks guys.
I've also been told by PNP that amnesty is ongoing until September, which probably will help generate funds for the cash-strapped government.
For anybody who can answer:
Can 5.56 mm rifles be also brought in for amnesty? I mean it will really be registered in the FED computers, verifiable if challenged, or does the money just buy you the license card with no other papers (SBR especially)?
I know someone posted in another thread an executive order signed by Joseph Estrada that technically will allow it (so the only things you can't legally own as a civilian are crew served weapons, antitank, artillery, fusion bomb, nerve gas, M1 tank), but does the PNP leadership actually allow official legal ownership of an M16?
You can bring 5.56 rifles for amnesty. A friend successfully licensed his M16 during the previous amnesty.
As for the legal ownership, yes. It is allowed by the PNP-FED. The M16 and its derivatives are the most popularly used rifle for PPSA sanctioned matches. The only difference with pistol ownership is that you are not issued a PTT with a long validity. It is usually only for the duration of the match you are joining. If you want to bring your rifle to the range for practice, you are issued a PTT for 1 or 2 days only.
Guys, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
The only difference with pistol ownership is that you are not issued a PTT with a long validity. It is usually only for the duration of the match you are joining. If you want to bring your rifle to the range for practice, you are issued a PTT for 1 or 2 days only.
Guys, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. [/B][/QUOTE]
One month po ang validity ng PTT for rifles.
Very informative. Thanks a lot SMBeerdealer/Silver.