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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Allegra, Jan 27, 2006.
Was that roland sa umpisa?
tanong lng po. is that a real gun? kasi he was shooting inside a building full of people in his side watching...hindi ba delikado yun?
hehehe sorry airsoft pala, my bad...
Airsoft na IPSC ata yan, quite popular in HongKong
Cool, We will be doing that when ping wins.
LOL ;a ;a ;a
May balak bang tumakbo?
I was pretty active sa IPSC during Lacson's term as PNP chief
Naghigpit lang naman when the blind guy was given a PTC
Otherwise, I was attending matches every week , he didnt interfere
As Chief PNP he called for a meeting of all gun club presidents. I was one of those lucky (or unlucky) to attend. He made the following announcements:
1. All PTC's will not be renewed upon their expiry.
2. No more PTC's will be issued (but he did issue a few to a couple of friends of his boss).
3. There will be no more limit (one long/one short) to the number of FA's a civilian can possess as long as he is a gun club member but the FA's in excess of the limit will now be licensed under the name of the gun club and that these should be kept in the vault of the gun club and not brought home by the user/member. And that the club president will be answerable for these firearms.
4. Gun club members can still enjoy their sport by getting PTT's.
5. Gun club presidents should police their own ranks by reporting members who possess unlicensed FA's or those who bring guns to the range without the proper PTT's.
6. Personally he does not want anyone to bring any firearm outside their residence and that as a rule, gun club members should deposit their FA's in the gun club's vault and not bring them home with them.
You can imagine the effect of his pronouncements on the club presidents although some of these were never really put into effect.
One brave club president asked him point blank what his plans are for the loose firearms in the hands of MILF and MNLF fighters in Mindanao.
He just smiled uncomfortably and said that they have a program for that too. ;g
I guess our gunclub president fell asleep or forgot to tell me that
Nung time na yun kulang nalang pati weekdays my putok
Last part of the year , every 2 weeks may level 3 luzvimin
Wasn't he quoted as saying in an interview that if it was up too him " no guns for Civis" only police and military should have it. Maybe I am wrong but I don't trust the guy or gal.
I don't want to sound pessimistic, but if he gets to sit as president, prime minister, or whatever, it will be back to square one for our country's economy. Foreign investors will shy away, and as for our guns, I don't know what would happen to them.
I'm sure our fellow BOGS who sell guns for a living will be affected a lot if he sits as president.
I have to disagree I think magkaka displina dito
Parang nung martial law? ;f
Sa ika-uunlad nang bayan disiplina ang kailangan. ;f ;f
Di ba bisikleta. ;f
sorry , toddler pa lang ako nun nyahahaha
Na-kwento lang sa 'kin yun. ;f
Just like one of my fave places , Singapore
Singapore is progressive and peaceful, alright. I admire how Singapore "controls" its people. Even bubblegum/chewing gum isn't allowed there. On the downside, people can't express their sentiments or "Big Brother" will take care of them.
But one thing I disagree on that state is that it is being run by a family or it's "appointed" prime minister. I recall after Lee Kuan Yew stepped down, there was somebody who became prime minister that was not a family member. A few years later, Lee's son took over.
Wow, it looks like we have a short memory. Martial law was OK at first but after greed took over, then it took us 20 years to depose the dictatorship. NEVER AGAIN, NEVER.