Category Archives: Shooting Events

HRA 2016 Annual Meeting

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Join us on Sunday, August 28, 2016, for HRA’s annual meeting.  We will be providing lunch and there will be some shooting competitions.  Vote for your board members.  This event is only open to HRA members.

All attendees MUST RSVP by clicking here or by calling Madeleine at 808-396-5433.

Lunch will only be provided to those who have RSVP’d by August 1.

Following is the agenda for the day’s events:

8 a.m.          Set Up and Shooting
9:30 a.m.     Shooting Competition
11:30 a.m.   Lunch (Provided, For Members Only)
12:30 p.m.   Annual Meeting
1:30 p.m.     Shooting Competition
3 p.m.          Take Down and Clean Up

21st ANNUAL SHOOTING SPORTS FAIR

COME SHOOT OUR GUNS AND AMMO!!

SATURDAY, JUNE 14 10:00am – 4:00pm

SUNDAY, JUNE 15 10:00am – 4:00pm

Enjoy all of the shooting venues and firearms available at the KOKO HEAD SHOOTING COMPLEX, Just past Hanauma Bay, heading towards Sandy Beach.

Join the HRA for a day of fun and shooting – NRA Certified Instructors to assist you – Various Firearms Display tables in the Main Tent – Sign In, Safety Briefing and Script available at the Main Tent.

HRA Legislative Report, Gun Show Reminder

 

Reminder, this weekend:

Great Guns Gun Show 2014
Presented by
Hawaii Historic Arms Association
74th Semi-Annual Show
Neal Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall

 March 22nd,10am – 6pm; March 23rd,10am – 5pm
A 250 Table Gun Show
Buy Sell Trade Browse

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE:

KOKO HEAD RANGE  Honolulu City Council Budget Committee heard City and County 2014-2015 budget proposals March 13, 2014.  Outgoing Parks and Recreation Director Toni Robinson reported a Capitol Improvements budget item for $250,000 for planning and design for additional safety improvements to Koko Head Regional Park and an NRA Range Consultant visit accomplished in February, 2014.  Chair Ann Kobayashi and Councilmembers Joey Manahan, Ron Menor, and Stanley Chang made favorable comments.  The appropriation should move to Honolulu Mayor Caldwell for his approval.

SB2938  requiring online registration of firearms by the Attorney General passed the first two House committees, amended to create a working group to study the feasibility and report back to the legislature next year.  The bill will move on to hearings in House Judiciary and Ways and Means.  HRA support.

HB1902  Was no net loss of hunting areas, now a working group to study the loss of hunting area because of planned fencing and mammal irradication of pigs in prime watershed and hunting areas of the Big Island.  Heard in WAL Committee, expected to move on to Ways and Means.  HRA support. 

HB2246  Requires the Attorney General to report court ordered commitments for mental health to the federal NICS system and provides a mechanism for court-ordered relief from disability to possess firearms after a commitment.  Passing Senate HTH and Public Safety Committees, moves on to Judiciary and Ways and Means.  HRA support with an amendment.