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When I was younger,  dad used to take us to the Long Beach CA. police range all the time.
I have to laugh at an ancient memory this brings up.

Got a gorgeous Ruger Super Blackhawk .44 magnum in the sixties.  No place to shoot it of course in west LA.

Inglewood PD of all places had a range the public could use.  .44 Special only allowed, but that was OK, magnum loads were later on.

How many PD's these days care about providing a place for citizens to shoot and practice safely?
If HPD did , they would likely want fingerprints, DNA samples, mug shots, and who knows what.
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I forgot to add that armored car company asked HPD if they can use their Waipahu range and was told no.
Honolulu is strange.
When I was younger,  dad used to take us to the Long Beach CA. police range all the time.
That was back in the day when it was OK for Parents to teach their kids how to shoot pistols.
and put cartridges in your ears to muffle the noise.  PPE has gotten better since then.
I think I was eight when I shot a M1911A for the first time.  That gun is still in the family.
Public was welcome.
If Inspector was still on this site he may comment about the place also.
 :thumbsup:
Something about the water on Oahu that turns normal people into anti gun "progressives".
 :wacko:




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General Discussion / Re: "I am going to the range today"
« Last post by nalo_b on Today at 06:40:50 PM »
Myself, no. I haven't been there in a while, but can you give an update to see how busy it is?

I called them to reserve me a spot and it didn't seem busy they asked me what time I wanted to reserve. I'll let you know. Gonna be there for at least 2 boxes of 9mm
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General Discussion / Re: Storing Firearms: Sensitive Places
« Last post by groveler on Today at 06:21:12 PM »
Testimony is a good time to let lawmakers aware of this.

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They don't care.
We are in Chinese(CCP) mode these days.
Start thinking like a war is happening
and they have all the guns.
We sure don't.
 :popcorn:
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Butch Helemano  808-292-4292

Classes are conducted in two days, first day classroom with dry fire holster drills as a required requisite. Day two, range qualifications. Tuition $300 per student.  Classes held once a month.  
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Off Topic / Re: Do You ‘Feel’ Wealthy?
« Last post by RSN172 on Today at 06:00:11 PM »
Do I “feel” wealthy? No. I don't have $10 million in unencumbered assets yet. That is the point where a survey among multimillionaires said they “felt” rich.

I don't have a lot of money, but I have excellent health and I am grateful for that. Can’t enjoy life with poor health no matter how much money a person may have.
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General Discussion / Re: Storing Firearms: Sensitive Places
« Last post by changemyoil66 on Today at 05:54:36 PM »
Testimony is a good time to let lawmakers aware of this.

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General Discussion / Re: "I am going to the range today"
« Last post by WTF?Shane on Today at 05:45:48 PM »
Going to go to 808 gun club tomorrow at 10am. Gotta zero my rds and need some practice. Anybody gonna be there?

Myself, no. I haven't been there in a while, but can you give an update to see how busy it is?
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Off Topic / Re: RIP Kirstie Alley
« Last post by QUIETShooter on Today at 05:07:12 PM »
Rest in Peace, Beautiful Lady.
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Off Topic / RIP Kirstie Alley
« Last post by Flapp_Jackson on Today at 04:52:51 PM »
Alley died of cancer that was only recently discovered, her children True and Lillie Parker said in a post on Twitter.

She was 71.

Kirstie Alley, Emmy-winning ‘Cheers’ star, dies at 71
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She made her film debut in 1982′s “Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.”
https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/05/kirstie-alley-emmy-winning-cheers-star-dies-at-71.html

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