As of 7/11/22, the Hawaii AG's legal opinion is that police chiefs can no longer require applicants to "prove" they need to carry CCW. Hopefully the PD's will start to issue immediately.. Failure to do so will result in more lawsuits.
Each county is different. Check with your local police department. Until Young v. Hawaii is decided and further legislation is passed there won’t be a streamlined process.
You either need a training affidavit from an NRA instructor or a Hunter Education card. In Hawaii you can participate in a Hunter Education Course with the DLNR. Training courses are usually over $100 while the Hunter Education Course is $25.
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