Abt use of ammo quota allotted, got some confusions as had recently got my license

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Re: Abt use of ammo quota allotted, got some confusions as had recently got my license

Post by russianshooter3 » Tue Jun 04, 2019 6:42 pm

Ayush_3005 wrote:
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Jr. wrote: Owning a FireArm is a big responsibility.

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Really? AK AR rifle its gun,revolver is a toy! ROTFL
especially in caliber 22 32 and other,good only to scare dogs on the street :stupid:
Looks like u are either out of india or having a pb license :mrgreen:
Up here the rules for arms are really strict, only a limited no. Of callibers are allowed,
Moreover of these limited calliber, only a few guns are available as due to ban on import, the import ones cost alot
Sir Im from Russia,and have legal many stuff who do not have indian law enforcement

About price in Russia
Civil AK (saiga or vepr) retail 300-500 USD
cartridge
7,62x39 - middle 14 Us cent per shot
5,45x39 - middle 11 Us cent per shot
223 (5,56 Nato) middle 12 Us cent per shot
Civil SVD (Tiger) retail 500-600 USD
Mosin rifle retail 250 USD
SVT - retail 700 USD
cartridge
308 Rem - middle 23 Us cent per shot
7,62x54R - middle 20 Us cent per shot for regular
High accuracy special - middle 50 Us cent per shot

AR-15 rifle made in Russia start from 1300 USD to 5000 USD (custom)

Norinco AR-15 rifle - 900 USD

US and EU import banned from 2014 year (crimea sanction),not big deal i think because have many local manufacturer and no problem to import from Asia,South america and African country (South Africa basic) any stuff what you want

Carbine to pistol cartridge

Saiga-9 (AK based submachine gun Vityaz) - 650-800 USD
AR-15 - 9 mm -1300-1500 USD
9x19 para start with 9 US cent per shot
40 SW para start with 14 cent per shot

Modern bolt action rifles made in Russia start with 300 USD

Legal all calibers!!!
Only not legal armor-piercing сartridge

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Re: Abt use of ammo quota allotted, got some confusions as had recently got my license

Post by Ayush_3005 » Tue Jun 04, 2019 8:07 pm

russianshooter3 wrote:
Ayush_3005 wrote:
russianshooter3 wrote: Really? AK AR rifle its gun,revolver is a toy! ROTFL
especially in caliber 22 32 and other,good only to scare dogs on the street :stupid:
Looks like u are either out of india or having a pb license :mrgreen:
Up here the rules for arms are really strict, only a limited no. Of callibers are allowed,
Moreover of these limited calliber, only a few guns are available as due to ban on import, the import ones cost alot
Sir Im from Russia,and have legal many stuff who do not have indian law enforcement

About price in Russia
Civil AK (saiga or vepr) retail 300-500 USD
cartridge
7,62x39 - middle 14 Us cent per shot
5,45x39 - middle 11 Us cent per shot
223 (5,56 Nato) middle 12 Us cent per shot
Civil SVD (Tiger) retail 500-600 USD
Mosin rifle retail 250 USD
SVT - retail 700 USD
cartridge
308 Rem - middle 23 Us cent per shot
7,62x54R - middle 20 Us cent per shot for regular
High accuracy special - middle 50 Us cent per shot

AR-15 rifle made in Russia start from 1300 USD to 5000 USD (custom)

Norinco AR-15 rifle - 900 USD

US and EU import banned from 2014 year (crimea sanction),not big deal i think because have many local manufacturer and no problem to import from Asia,South america and African country (South Africa basic) any stuff what you want

Carbine to pistol cartridge

Saiga-9 (AK based submachine gun Vityaz) - 650-800 USD
AR-15 - 9 mm -1300-1500 USD
9x19 para start with 9 US cent per shot
40 SW para start with 14 cent per shot

Modern bolt action rifles made in Russia start with 300 USD

Legal all calibers!!!
Only not legal armor-piercing сartridge


Oh wow.... All these at so much low prices,
Even if indian govt. Allows arms import With 100% custom duty, even then there would huge lines outside custom office ROTFL

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Re: Abt use of ammo quota allotted, got some confusions as had recently got my license

Post by sumbriavikramaditya » Wed Oct 02, 2019 10:55 am

Vineet wrote:
Tue Jun 04, 2019 11:44 am

Last year we gun dealers were served notice by state home department in which 5-6 questions were asked and one question was to tell that to whom all we sold cartridges and where did they use the ammo.
Vineet ji, in Punjab, what kind of legal action can be taken against the person who fails to provide empty cases? As per one of the recent Topics FIR was lodged against few in Lucknow. Please advise.

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Re: Abt use of ammo quota allotted, got some confusions as had recently got my license

Post by Vineet » Sun Oct 06, 2019 5:51 pm

In Lucknow, when the person failed to provide empty cases police assumed that he has given the cartridges to someone else and registered case against him charging section 29 of Arms Act 1959 which says,

Punishment for knowingly purchasing arms, etc., from unlicensed person or for delivering arms, etc., to person not entitled to possess the same.

Failed to produce empties doesn't mean he has given cartridges to someone else. Sometimes it is not possible to collect each and every case of fired cartridge.

In the video, when the police officer asks that where he spent the cartridges, the man says that he had fired in air during Diwali. This is wrong, firing in air can be dangerous. One should use cartridges for practice at proper place, proper target, away from populated area.
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