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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by jbuisan, Sep 23, 2006.
does anyone here can talk about it...
What exactly do you want to know about firearms licenses?
about the lic. itself sir, dos and donts
Man of few words, eh?
I'll take a shot anyway...
What the license does:
A firearms license allows the holder to possess a single
specified firearm for use as a personal self-defense
implement, only within the owner's residence specified
in the license, and to store the specified firearm only
at the specified residence. The license technically
allows you to store up to 500 rounds of ammo (depending
on type of firearm) appropriate to the firearm licensed.
-You can't just discharge your firearm, even within your
residence, short of a legitimate self-defense situation.
-You can't bring your firearm outside of your residence,
(let alone discharge the bloody thing anywhere else!)
unless you first obtain one of several types of PTFA's
(also known as PTT's) or else a PTCFOR (or carry permit).
-You can't store your firearm 'at your other residence'
-You should familiarize yourself with the legal aspects
of justifiable self defense with a firearm. Lots of threads
here you can look up for applicable law.
-You should realize that knowing the law is one thing, but
knowing a good lawyer is anther. Best to have both.
-You should know how to shoot effectively and safely. Joining
the practical shooting crowd will teach much of both.
-Know your residence inside out: where your lines of fire
are optimized; where you cannot shoot for risk of harming
members of the household, neighbors or bystanders;
where your last stand should be, etc.
Of course, if you were actully asking about licensing procedure,
that's a whole other kettle of fish...
What? 500 rounds storage only? I've been in the shooting sports and a gun fanatic for about 15 years or so and I've stored a bigger ammo depot than that. I'd rather not mention it here but its x times over.
OT Have you sold you Swissvale made 1911?
That's what the printed legalese dictates.
'Course, short of a FED assault team
breaching your perimeter to audit your ammo stash,
who's gonna know how many rounds you actually have?
I'm still traumatized over what was done to that USGI (US&S) 1911.
It expires on your birthday.
You are lucky if you are born on Feb. 29.
sir horge, tks so much sir 4 ur inputs..
pmma97, nope i dnt hv plan to sel it by ths time.
how i wish its n original configuration... syang talaga!
anyway it shoot well, sarap pang rak en rol, batangueno kasi
ako kaya pag my konti kasayahan ugali na di mawawala putok...
A VERY IMPORTANT FACTOID INDEED
from manong ante
PNP-FED allows you to renew a month in advance
(or even more) before the license expires.
**and jbuisan , it's just plain 'horge'
How many security hologram do you see in your FA i.d. under a U.V. light?
I believe these are simply equally spaced. Does it matter how many they are? The person I know in FED just informed me that as long as there is a hologram, then this is a valid license
or the Walking Encyclopedia of Guns
Sounds like master encyclopedia...no offense - simply praises... Very much interested to meet you someday as there are alot of things to talk about in this fascinating world of shooting sports/ defense.
Not the multi colored hologram you can see in plain view...place your FA i.d. under a U.V. light or fake money detector.
where can we verify if a gun(my binebenta kasi sakin wla papers) is clean?
If the firearm does not have any papers then it's not clean. It's as simple as that.
what if the owner before have it lic. then nagkakaso ma-verify ba natin to using its serial?
They can probably check it from FED, if the firearm has an exprired license or was reported lost/stolen. Pag may kaso, saan kayo 'yon.