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Koko Head Shooting Complex

average rating   Rated 4 out of 5.0 based on 2 member reviews.

Address: 8102 Kalanianaole Hwy

Honolulu, HI 96825

Range Type: Pistol, Rifle, Pistol Silhouette, Muzzleloader, Trap, Skeet, Cowboy, Action Pistol

Hours: Rifle/Pistol - Wed thru Fri: 12pm - 4pm; Sat -Sun/Holidays: 8am - 4pm; Silhouette - Sat - Sun: 8am - 4pm; Trap - Sunday: 9am - 4pm; Skeet - Sat - Sun: 9am - 4pm; Action Pistol/Cowboy - Sat - Sun: Schedule

Days Open: Wednesday - Sunday

Latitude: 21.29625 Longitude: -157.69677

Phone: 808 395-2992

Indoor: No

Outdoor: Yes

Maximum Distance: 200 yards

Firing Points: 0

Handguns Allowed: Yes

Rifles Allowed: Yes

Range Status: Open

Range Fee:

Directions:

MAP

Range Rules:

Know and obey all range commands

Unload, open the action, remove the magazine and bench all firearms during a cease fire

Do NOT handle any firearms or stand at the firing line where firearms are present while others are down range during a cease fire

Load no more than 5 rounds in the magazine

No rapid or indiscriminate firing

Shoot only at authorized targets. No plinking of objects on backstop berm or on the ground. Human silhouette targets are not allowed

Wear eye and ear protection

Children age 17 and below must be accompanied by an adul

No alcohol or illegal drugs allowed

Children 9-12 years may fire .22 long rifle caliber only, with an adult standing next to and assisting the child

Eye and ear protection mandatory

Children 8 years and younger are prohibited from using firearms

No gambling

The following items are unlawful to own or possess and should NOT be brought to the Koko Head Shooting Complex:

1. Fully auto firearms, 134-8a **

2. Unregistered handguns, 134-3b *

3. Unregistered long guns acquired after 6/30/94, 134-3 *

4. Shotguns with less than 18" barrels, 134-8a **

5. Rifles with less than 16" barrels, 134-8a **

6. Silencers, 134-8a **

7. Hand grenades, 134-8a **

8. Dynamite and blasting caps, 134-8a **

9. Bombs and bombshells, 134-8a **

10. Exploding or impact segmenting projectiles, 134-8a **

11. Armor piercing projectiles, 134-8a **

12. More than 10 round magazines that will fit a pistol, 134-8c * or ** if in a handgun

13. Cannons, 134-8a **

14. Firearms with altered, removed or obliterated make, model or number, 134-10 *

15. Butterfly knives, 134-52 *

16. Switch blade and gravity knives, 134-51 *

17. Handguns with die cast frames or receivers with a melting temperture of less than 800 degrees, unless registered prior to 7/1/75, 134-15 *

18. Electric guns, 134-16 *

19 .Assault pistols not owned and registered prior to 7/1/92, 134-4e *

* misdemeanor 1 yr. jail, $2000 fine ** C felony 5 yrs jail, $10,000 fine

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Submitting member: Michael N

Submitted on: October 17, 2014

Metal targets

I really like this range. There's nothing like shooting metal targets and hearing the satisfying Ting of a contact and sometimes having it get knocked down. It's just so much more fun than simply punching a hole in paper. There are to too many restrictions here either, at least you are allowed to fill up your clip, ten rounds anyway. It's only for pistols but you can shoot any caliber. Fun, fun, fun!


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Submitting member: Michael N

Submitted on: October 17, 2014

variety

I like Koko Head in general for it's variety. You can shoot just about anything here from shootguns, skeet and trap, rifle, pistol (both target bullseye, and metal silhouette. They also have clubs you can join that shoot there where you can really expand your skills and meet others in the field.