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Permit to carry firearm / Gun Licenses; Gun Ownership, latest news, updates
Topic Started: Feb 10 2006, 09:17 PM (3,232 Views)
TaurusPT945
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Anyone in this forum na personally naglakad ng PTC kahit na walang kilala sa FED?

May kamahalan kasi ang singil ng mga gun shops, between P9,500 and P12,000.

Baka naman puwede ninyo akong matulungan.

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Just simply go to FED and follow the steps and submit requirements and pay the actual amount.

Pag nagmamadali ka, just go to FED and follow the steps and submit requirements and pay the actual amount, +++ sa pagmamadali mo. Discounted kana from the gunshop agents dahil duon din sa "FED" inaayos ang papers mo.
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Just simply go to FED and follow the steps and submit requirements and pay the actual amount.

Pag nagmamadali ka, just go to FED and follow the steps and submit requirements and pay the actual amount, +++ sa pagmamadali mo. Discounted kana from the gunshop agents dahil duon din sa "FED" inaayos ang papers mo.

:exactly: Just follow the normal process, otherwise if you haste up to acquire one from sources of influence, permit might be accomplished behind a doubtful or eroneous requirement that will result to negate the permit in some cases and will lead to Illegal Possession of Firearm when the unexpected happens. :thumb:
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Ease gun ownership rules, VACC asks PNP

By Mike Frialde
The Philippine Star 06/28/2006

Saying that lawlessness and criminal activity will escalate with the recent abolition of the death penalty law by Mrs. Arroyo, the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) is calling on the Philippine National Police to relax the strict regulations on firearm ownership and allow more civilians to own and carry guns for their protection.

"We are now pushing for this after the abolition of the death penalty. Government has removed the penalty against criminality and we now have to protect ourselves," said VACC chairman Dante Jimenez.

"We call on the PNP, since wala nang death penalty that they must simplify rules for the ownership and carrying of firearms. There is now a present threat with the lifting of the death penalty," Jimenez said.

Under the strict regulations of the PNP under its Firearms and Explosives Division, a permit to carry firearm outside of residence (PTCFOR) which is valid for one year, is only issued to applicants who can present documented proof that his life is under threat.

In addition, the PTCFOR applicant must also make a written request addressed to the chief of the PNP listing the qualifications to possess the firearm and the reasons for the need to carry it outside of residence; present an authenticated photocopy of current firearm license; present the details of "threat" which should be issued by the Chief of Police/Provincial or City Directors and duly validated by the Chief of the Regional Intelligence and Investigation Division, pass a drug test, secure a clearance from the PNP Directorate for Intelligence Clearance; pass a neuro-psychiatric test, secure a gun safety seminar certificate, and present a National Bureau of Investigation clearance.

Aside from appealing to the PNP to make the legal ownership of guns easier for civilians, the VACC is also appealing to gun stores and suppliers to make the prices of firearms affordable so that more people could buy.

The VACC and other gun ownership advocacy groups led by the Peaceful and Responsible Owners of Guns (PROGUN) held a shooting activity at the PB Dionisio range in Quezon City yesterday to kick-off what the VACC said will be a nationwide campaign to educate the public about self-defense and the safe and proper use of guns.

"It will now be an aggressive campaign against crime. Arming citizens against criminals is one measure we can adopt following the abolition of the death penalty. This will be a nationwide activity. We will educate people and make sure that they know how to protect themselves," said Jimenez.

The VACC added that police will have its hands full going after criminals who will become emboldened with the absence of the death penalty. It said citizens who will be trained in the use of firearms, can support the police.

"Let us not allow criminals to roam. Now without the death penalty, an ordinary criminal can easily kill a police officer. We will be helping the police keep our streets and our homes safe," said Jimenez.

http://www.philstar.com/philstar/NEWS200606286301.htm
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Dealing with the ownership or authority to carry or possess firearms by civilians will turn this country into an epic of the old wild west.

Nobody argues that criminals can manipulate to make themselves eligible to carry firearm hence it is not a sound move. Police can be dealing with extra work .

How lamentable to think that misguided politicians abolished the death penalty in the pursuit of their own political ends at the expense of peace and order.

It's a spectacular event to witness advocates of abolishing death penalty to be hit by the first bullet as the outcome of their braindead handiwork. :headbang:
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Not necessarily. It just depends on strict implementation of rules. If every filipinos with permits to carry follows the guidelines to the last dot then there should'nt be a problem, case in point, The State of Florida allows residents to carry concealed weapons while the State of California is very very strict in giving gun license but if you look at crime statistics related to guns California tops the list.
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I agree, not necessarily in the USA but in the Philippines is another story.

I've been a police officer for more than 15 years during and after Martial Law where gun possession was so tightly restricted but still we were dealing with crimes involving firearms so bad.

How much more can we expect if we let loose the restrictions ? Now that hardened criminals were spared from the death penalty only add nail to the coffin.
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How much more can we expect if we let loose the restrictions ? Now that hardened criminals were spared from the death penalty only add nail to the coffin.


Agreed. Looking on the flip side of the coin, crooks will think twice before doing anything foolish if they know or suspect that the responsible citizen they're planning to hit may be armed.
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How much more can we expect if we let loose the restrictions ? Now that hardened criminals were spared from the death penalty only add nail to the coffin.


Agreed. Looking on the flip side of the coin, crooks will think twice before doing anything foolish if they know or suspect that the responsible citizen they're planning to hit may be armed.

Yeah. And knowing that their target victim is armed, they will be much more prepared. And worst might kill the victim immediately just like cops getting killed onboard PUVs knowing that they're armed.

In the '60s, you could see people carrying guns. Mag-katitigan lang, magkaingitan lang sa dalang karga ia-apply na ang "can you play or display" attitude, pag na-hurt ang macho image, triggers are pulled.

Like what TOPP has said, it will just make matters worst. Remember, the use of the conttrolled PTCFOR are being abused by holders like those cases on simple traffic altercations. What more if we go lax on it. Open Season?

Comparing statistics, better check some European countries with strict laws to the U.S. you will see a better comparison.
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Arming prominent or middle class civilians who can be eligible to possess firearms is another blow to the campaign against armed insurgents because they will be now the targets of the Neps not for anything else but for their weapons to be added in their arsenal.

The simple equation is , civilians who possess weapons may risk their lives, a situation that outweighs the purpose of protection.
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