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  • The following presentation is brought to you by Hawaii Concealed Carry – Protecting Paradise.
  • Honolulu Revised Statutes – one thirty four dash one: The General Regulations.We would like to advise you we are not a lawyer, and this not legal advice.
  • During this presentation we will cover the most important and relevant definitions.
  • The term acquire means to gain ownership of.
  • It doesn’t matter how you obtain the firearm in question.
  • It doesn’t matter how you obtain the firearm in question.
  • Hawaii State law prohibits Assault pistols. An assault pistol is a semiautomatic pistol which accepts a detachable magazine, and which has two or more of the following characteristics.1: An ammunition magazine which attaches to the pistol outside of the pistol grip. The firearm in the picture depicts the magazines outside of the grip.
  • two: A threaded barrel capable of accepting a barrel extender, flash suppresor, forward hand grip, or silencer.
  • Three: A shroud which is attached to or partially or completely encircles the barrel and which permits the shooter to hold the firearm with the second hand without being burned.
  • 4 - A manufactured weight of fifty ounces or more when the pistol is unloaded is also a characteristics of an assault pistol.
  • 5 - Centerfire pistols that have an overall length of twelve inches or more
  • Six - Any semi-automatic version of an automatic firearm.
  • In order to make things easier, we have developed a thumb rule
  • This rule is pretty simple.
  • If you see something in the movies
  • And you thought that the gun looked really cool
  • It’s probably banned by Hawaii Law.
  • An Electric gun means any portable device that is electrically operated to project a missle or electromotive force
  • This means that Tasers are considered an electric gun – and under state law, They are banned. The government thinks we would just shock everyone.
  • Additionally, stun devices are also considered electric guns, and as such – are banned.
  • Transporting loaded firearms is against state law. It is important to know when your firearm is actually considered loaded. Your firearm is considered loaded when ammunition is present in the firing chamber, revolving cylinder, or within a magazine which is inserted in a firearm.
  • Under Hawaii State Law, there are two distinct types of firearms: Rifles and Pistols
  • The differences, at least under Hawaii law, are based on the length of the barrel.
  • A under Hawaii Law is any firearm with a barrel longer than 16 inches in length.
  • A pistol on the other hand, is any firearm with a barrel shorter than 16 inches.
  • Because of these length based classifications, it does mean that even some shorter rifles can be misclassified as a pistol under Hawaii law.

Honolulu revised statute hrs 134-1 general regulations Honolulu revised statute hrs 134-1 general regulations Presentation Transcript

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  • HRS 134-1:
    GENERAL REGULATIONS
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    We are not your
    THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE
  • We will cover the most important and relevant definitions.
  • Acquire: to gain ownership of.
  • Acquire: to gain ownership of.
    (doesn’t matter how)
  • Assault Pistol
    A semiautomatic pistol which accepts a detachable magazine and which has two or more of the following characteristics:
  • (1)  An ammunition magazine
    which attaches to the pistol
    outside of the pistol grip;
  • (2)  A threaded barrel capable of
    accepting a barrel extender,
    flash suppressor, forward hand grip,
    or silencer;
  • (3)  A shroud which is attached to or
    Partially or completely encircles the
    barrel and which permits the shooter to hold the firearm with the second hand without being burned;
  • (4)  A manufactured weight of fifty ounces
    or more when the pistol is unloaded;
  • (5)  A center fire pistol with an overall length of twelve inches or more; or
  • (6)  It is a semiautomatic version of
    an automatic firearm.
  • Our general rule
    of thumb
  • is pretty simple.
  • If you see it in the
    movies,
  • and it looks really cool,
  • it’s probably banned.
  • "Electric gun" means any portable device that is electrically operated to project a missile or electromotive force. 
  • BANNED
  • BANNED
  • When is a firearm loaded?
    When ammunition is present in the firing chamber, revolving cylinder, or within a magazine which is inserted in a firearm.
  • There are two kinds of firearms:
    Rifle and Pistol.
  • The type is determined by their barrel length.
  • Barrel longer
    than 16 inches.
    Rifle =
  • Barrel shorter
    than 16 inches.
    Pistol =
  • Yes …
    that does mean size matters.
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