I just wonder how early I have to go to get a spot for the day on the weekend. 0700, 0600, 0500?
I bet a lot of people will be going early. i'm going to bring a couple handguns in case I don't get in rifle, i'll try pistol.
I like shoot something
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Thank you for your emails. We appreciate your patience and persistence. We are happy to let you know that under Mayor Caldwell's Restore Honolulu 3.0 Order, on June 5, the City will be re-opening the Koko Head Shooting Complex with restrictions outlines in the Order (see “outdoor attractions” on page 11 of Exhibit A in the Order).
City and County of Honolulu
COVID-19 Response Information Team
The latest “official” date that I’ve received is June 5, 2020.
The news media has been reporting that “archery & shooting ranges are cleared for opening.”
That’s true, we are clear to open, but have not finalized our operational procedures yet.
Only the Rifle & Pistol Ranges will be open at this time.
Due to CDD & State Health guidelines our capacity will be reduced severely.
We will attempt to manage the crowds by having a ticket system.
Tickets will be passed out prior to the range opening.
On the ticket will be the shooting position and time allotted.
To accommodate as many shooters as possible, there will be a one (1) hour time limit.
don't drop the soap
Supplies, got it, thanks for the legal!
Mayor Caldwell announced today in a press release that Koko Head Shooting Complex will be re-opening on June 5.
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District IV, Ala Moana to Hawaii Kai
I saw that too, it’s the request from the Mayor’s office to the Governor
I can see them restricting the number to every other space, especially on the pistol side. Ho, going be long lines the first month or two, just like when Obama got elected the the 2nd time or when Daiso opened!