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IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby captain » Sat Oct 01, 2011 9:52 am

Hi

My collection date is 25/10/2011 as per GSF website. I haven' t received a call letter yet. I can not apply for NOC until I get a call letter.

I had emailed GSF for the same and they asked me to download collection date from website.

Will i able to get NOC from local DM Office with this print out from website

Please advise
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby goodboy_mentor » Sat Oct 01, 2011 12:16 pm

Printout from website is a valid document as per Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 and Information Technology Act 2000. If for some reason he contests the veracity of the printout, just make him visit the website and see original the document.
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby viyen azavedo » Sat Oct 01, 2011 1:22 pm

NOC CAN BE APPLIED FOR WITHOUT CALL LETTER.BUT NOC IS VALID ONLY FOR 3 MONTHS.SO BE VERY SURE DATE OF DELIVERY.
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby devender kumar » Sun Oct 02, 2011 4:08 pm

ashokgodara wrote:hi devender kumar congratulations you have got call to collect weapon.get your paperwork complete like NOC from local DM office they will furnish you NOC FOR 10 days to collect the weapon from kolkotta.after collecting your weapon you can purchase ammo from any dealer in kolkotta.only one man is allowed inside factory and that too has timings in two shifts i dont know exact time of shift.if you want to collect your weapon early in morning shift than you have to reach factory very early.you can bring your pistol by air along with you in that case you have to surrender your weapon to authorties and they will return you in delhi airport.if you are bringing by air than check with airline officers whether you can bring ammo along with it.if you are going trough train then take your weapon purchase ammo and fill your both mags in case you have applied for additional one and get to your train and reach punjab.there is nothing to afraid after all you have iof pistol and ammo for defence.if you have time and want to see kolkotta then go by train and if you are in hurry then go by air.govt will not give you holster you have to purchase it.take it from local dealer in punjab and get info of gundealer who is near factory and purchase some iof make ammo only and fresh one too..32acp round is not on import list in india so if you purchase some imported ammo and noticed by a good cop or officer during a routine check then you will be in trouble if you want more help pm me i will be happy to help you thanks




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Thanks ashokgodara jee for your precious advise. It will definitely help me a lot to make my trip comfortable and free from all burdons.

Further I request the experts if any other type of guidance or tips may require in this regard are always welcomed.
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby abs_143 » Sun Oct 02, 2011 10:44 pm

I had booked my Pistol at cossipore last year and sent the booking amount by DD with my application from. Now Yesterday I had sent my balance payment as per the demand letter recieved by me few months back by Demand draft. I which it was clearly mentioned to send the payment by Demand draft only.

Someone told me now they are not accepting Demand drafts. And they are returning the payments sent by demand drafts. As per my booking number sequence, I am expecting my collection date to be in december this year.

Is it true that they are returning payments??
Experts please advise. What should I do now?
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby captain » Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:48 pm

Hi abs_143

Yes they are not accepting demand drafts any more. They will return your draft. They are now accepting payments only through account transfer into their Central Bank Account

Please visit www.gsf.gov.in for all the details

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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby captain » Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:50 pm

goodboy_mentor wrote:Printout from website is a valid document as per Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 and Information Technology Act 2000. If for some reason he contests the veracity of the printout, just make him visit the website and see original the document.



Hi goodboy-mentor

Thanks for your advice. Will try for NOC and will post soon

Regards
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby abs_143 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 6:53 pm

captain wrote:Hi abs_143

Yes they are not accepting demand drafts any more. They will return your draft. They are now accepting payments only through account transfer into their Central Bank Account

Please visit http://www.gsf.gov.in for all the details

Regard
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Is it legal to change the procedure and not informing the customer who have already booked the pistol in past.
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby devender kumar » Mon Oct 03, 2011 9:56 pm

Dear experts !

Today I visited my local ADC office to extend the PP as my PP expired in Nov. last year. As I got my call letter to collect my weapon in Nov. 11, I couldn`t purchase myy weapon due to delay by GSF, CCP, the local Admn. was not aware of whether he can add. my weapon or not. I wanted to know in which section he can do so because to my knowledge delay by Govt. is not in the hands of purchaser. May I have the copy of such rules and regulations etc. to impress the authorities. kindly help me in this regards.
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby captain » Sun Oct 16, 2011 10:39 am

Hi

I got my collection date for 25/1011 and reportibg on 24/10/11. I am planning to go by train on 23rd October reaching Kolkata in morning 8:30 of 24th Oct

Please provide me any details which would be helpful.

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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby abs_143 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:49 pm

My Demand Drafts Will return from GSF Within this Week.
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby rraju2805 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:15 pm

captain wrote:Hi

I got my collection date for 25/1011 and reportibg on 24/10/11. I am planning to go by train on 23rd October reaching Kolkata in morning 8:30 of 24th Oct

Please provide me any details which would be helpful.

Regards
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in which train you are coming ?
the train arrives in which station ?
HOWRAH , SEALDAH OR KOLKATA CHITPUR TARMINUS
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BUT YOU CAN"T FOOL ALL OF THE PEOPLE ALL TIME
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby abs_143 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 1:13 am

What is the lodging facility provided by GSF and what are the rates.
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby sandhurs1 » Mon Nov 14, 2011 3:09 pm

My collection date was 11-nov-2011
Boarded Air India at 3 am from Amritsar to delhi,
Took jetlite from New Delhi at 7am and arrived Kolkatta at 9am.

There is Prepaid taxi counter inside Kolkatta airport-Rs.180 was paid and by 10am i was at OF, Cossipore.

A queue was there, where an employee was busy stamping the Internet Printout and sending all for TL.
As I shown him my All India Licence(along with me total six people were with ALL India Lic).

He took Original and photocopy of licence as well. I was made to wait outside. People who came one day earlier for reporting started pouring in for there weapon collection. I was also made to sign a paper and was given back my stamped licence. An ID was given to hang around my neck. Half an hour later Pistol, Holster, Extra cartridge, cleaning rod with a box were handed over to me.
Took a taxi for 300rs to airport.(2pm)
At airport I told Jetlife staff that I m carrying licenced weapon. With due care I was made to sign few papers. Staff took away my baggage with weapon inside. Baggage was handed over back to me at Delhi airport.Took my flight at 4pm from kolkatta to arrive at delhi at (6pm)

PS This service by airline was free, but I was told as a matter of fact a new policy decision says that 15 nov 2011 onwards they will start charging
5000rs per weapon.(Yes it is true I checked there website)
http://www.jetairways.com/EN/KE/Baggage ... ggage.aspx

At delhi airport(6:30pm)----> took Airport express metro (Rs.80) to reach New Delhi Railway Station.

Punjab Mail took me to back to Home Sweet Home.
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Re: IOF ASHANI .32 pistol

Postby The Doc » Mon Nov 14, 2011 7:13 pm

sandhurs1,

Congratulations . I am rather impressed with your timing of the Asr-Kol-Asr trip.

best,
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