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PostSubject: PNP Circular No. 11   Wed Feb 06, 2008 10:03 am

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PNP CIRCULAR NO. 11

Revised
Rules and regulations governing the manufacture, importation,
exportation, sale, possession, carrying of airsoft rifles/pistols and
operation of airsoft game sites and airsoft teams (December 04, 2007)

I. RERERENCES

a.
Memo circular 08 entitled rules and regulations governing the
manufacture, sale, Possession and Carrying of airsoft rifle/ pistol
dated september 27, 2006
b. Implementing rules and regulations
governing the manufacture, sale, possessio, and carrying of
airrifles/pistols dated january 29, 1992;
c. Executive order no. 256 entitled “schedule of fees dated December 21, 1995″
d. Standard operating procedure number 13 entitled “Licensing of Firearms” dated October 2001
e. Memorandum circular number 99-009 entitled “Manufature and repair of firearms” dated March 16, 1999.
f. Memorandum circular number 07 entitled “recognition/operation of gun clubs” dated June 2006.

II. PURPOSE

This
circular prescribes the rules and regulations governing the
manufacture, dealership, importation, exportation, sale, possession,
and carriage of airsoft rifles/ pistols and operation of airsoft teams
and game sites

III. SCOPE

This circular shall apply to
all natural and juridical persons who intend to manufacture, deal,
import, export, sell, possess, and carry airsoft rifles/ pistols which
has been classified as a special type of airgun. This circular also
sets the provision for the establishment and operation of airsoft teams
and game sites.

IV. DEFINITION OF AIRSOFT RIFLE/ PISTOL

Airsoft
rifle/ pistol defined herein used includes battery operated, spring and
gas type powered rifles/ pistols which discharge plastic or rubber
pellets only as bullets or ammunition. This differs from replica as the
latter does not fire plastic or rubber pellet.

V. RESTRICTION

Airsoft
rifle/ pistol as herein classified as special type of air gun, shall be
used in sporting activities such as war game simulation only. All
airsoft rifle/ pistol shall not exceed 550 feet per second velocity
using t .20 gram BB. Otherwise, and airsoft rifle/ pistol exceeding the
prescribed limit shall not be eligible for registration.

VI. MANUFACTURE AND SALE

All
natural and juridical persons who intend to manufacture or sell airsoft
rifle/ pistol shall apply for a license to manufacture or license to
deal airsoft rifles/ pistols under existing rules and regulations of
the Philippine National Police thru Firearms and Explosives Division of
the Civil Security Group as provided for under the provision of Revised
Memorandum Circular Number 99-009.

VII. MARKINGS

Upon the
one-time registration with the FED-CSG, PNP for those airsoft rifles/
pistols with no serial numbers, a barcode sticker bearing a permanently
assigned unique serial number shall be affivxed on a conspicuous part
of the airsoft rifle/ pistol. Said barcode sticker shall remain valid
for the lifetime of the gun.

Those airsoft rifled/ pistols with existing serial numbers shall be registered using their individually affixed serial numbers.

Duplication
of serial numbers and/or falsification of barcode stickers shall be
deemed as a vaiolation of this Circular which shall result to the
revocation of any airsoft license issued to the holder.

Airsoft
riFles and pistols must be painted with bright red or orange color at
the tip of the muzzle not less than 6.35 centimeters in length.

VIII. REGISTRATION

Any
person who desires to possess airsoft rifle/ pistol shall file his
application in accordance with PNP SOP Number 13 entitled “Licensing of
Firearms” except that minimum age shall be 18 years of age for airsoft
rifle/ pistol. The one time registration for airgun shall be applied to
airsoft rifle/ pistol. In case of transfer of ownership to a qualified
citizen the required procedure in the transfer of regular air gun shall
apply. A licensed airsoft rifle/ pistol holder shall not transfer
physical possession of his registered airsoft rifle/ pistol until the
application for license to possess airsoft rifle/ pistol is approved by
FED-CSG.

IX. TRANSPORT OF AIRSOFT RIFLE/ PISTOL

A permit
to Tranpsort (PTT) airsoft rifle/ pistol shall be required for the
transport of all airsoft rifles/ pistols from the place of residence to
any game or exhibition site. Application for a permit to transport
airsoft rifle/ pistol shall be filed at the FED-CSG for metro manila
applicants and their respective municipal, city, provincial police
offices or at FESAGS.

The permit to transort airsoft shall cover
a maximum of five (5) airsoft units, whether rifles, pistols or a
combination of both. The permit shall be valid nationwide for a period
of one year except in areas where there is prevalence of crime and
lawlessness.

While in transit, all airsoft rifles/ pistols shall be placed in secured bags or cases.

X. IMPORT AND EXPORT OF AIRSOFT.

Any
person engaged or intending to engage in the import and export of
airsoft rifles/ pistols shall first secure the corresponding import or
export permit from the Philippine national police through the FED CSG
prior to actual import and export of said items.

XI. AIRSOFT TEAMS

Airsoft
teams shall seek accreditation with the FED-CSG. Each airsoft teams
shall have a minimum of ten (10) registered owners of airsoft rifle/
pistol, a permanent address, a president, and shall abide by the Code
of Conduct, Safety, and RuLes of Engagement for Games which shall be
formulated by the Airsoft Association of the Philippines for airsoft
players which shall be appliable and binding upon all, during games.

XII. AIRSOFT GAME SITES

Prior
to the use of a particular area as airsoft game site, the operator or
duly authorized person in charge of the proposed airsoft game site
shall request in writing with the Chief of Police who has jurisdiction
over the said area for the conduct of any war game, simulation,
shooting copetition or exhibition or airsoft rifles/ pistols.

XIII. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Existing
manufacturers or dealers and present holders of airsoft rifle/ pistol
shall have a grace period or six (6) months from date hereof to apply
for manufacturer or dealers license and to present their airsoft rifle/
pistol to the Firearms Management Branch (FMB), Firearms and explosives
division-Civil Security Group for testing, and payment of the
corresponding fees.

All licensed dealers or airsoft rifle/
pistol shall secure the ncessary permits prior to the conduct of
airsoft rifle/ pistol show or exhibition.

XIV. RECISSION CLAUSE

All rules and regulations inconsistent herewith are hereby rescinded or modified accordingly.

XV. PENAL CLAUSE

Any
violation of the above provisions shall be a ground for cancellation of
the certificate of registration issued by the FED and confiscation of
the item/s without prejudice to the filing of civil/criminal charges as
the evidence warrants.

XVI. EFFECTIVITY

These rules and regulations shall take effect immediately.

(signed)
AVELINO RAZON, JR.
Police Director General
Chief, PNP.

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The schedule of fees under the Amended IRR (PNP Circular No. 11) are as follows:

1. Registration fee - P200 one time payment.
2. Permit to transport (PTT) - P360 for five guns, one year, nationwide.

Source: Col Napoleon Estilles, FED. 14 Jan. 2008; http://www.uaaph.com

Notes:

1.
The five gun limit for the PTT is the maximum per PTT. Even if you
register less than 5 guns, you will still pay the P360. So it is better
and cheaper to maximize the PTT by including at least five guns,
simultaneously. If you do it piecemeal, it would end up more expensive.

2.
The P360 payment was derived from the fees for real steel guns which is
P360 also for three months, to and from gun club only. As a favor to
us, the FED did not extrapoliate the current P360 PTT fee (for real
steel guns) and multiply it by 4 for one year. Instead FED retained the
P360 fee but EXTENDED it for one year, for 5 guns, for airsoft.

3.
If you sell your gun and the buyer wants to re-register the gun in his
name, we will pay for the registration transfer of P200. The buyer will
also need to transfer the PTT in his name.

4. The PTT is nationwide and will entitle the holder to transport his gun through ship or plane legally, from regions 1 to 12.

(Derived from PROCAT website)

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PostSubject: Re: PNP Circular No. 11   Wed Feb 06, 2008 8:07 pm

mga sirs matagal na tong circular......

I think meron lng certain fps for registration..... not lower and not more than a certain fps......

and one thing d tau mahuhuli ng illegal possession kse wlang firing pin ang airsoft.... info lng......
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PostSubject: Re: PNP Circular No. 11   Sat Mar 15, 2008 8:53 am

this circular no. 11 is now on Implementing Rules and Regulation meaning in effect. this was discuss with our hepe in laoag city, be aware of the registration of our guns. we will give you information when we will register our gun.

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PostSubject: Re: PNP Circular No. 11   Mon Mar 17, 2008 8:36 pm

register of AEG is open na mga sirs since last year.... GBB hndi pa open..... requirements are O.R. of gun, personalize serial number and payment.....
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