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Isle legislators mull gun bills


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 03, 2013

~~<p>Chapter 134 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes is the home of the state's gun laws. The Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence (<a target="_blank" href="http://smartgunlaws.org/hawaii-state-law-summary/">smartgunlaws.org/hawaii-state-law-summary/</a>) and the Hawaii Rifle Association (<a target="_blank" href="http://hawaiirifleassociation.org">hawaiirifleassociation.org</a> &mdash; click on the &quot;Hawaii Gun Laws&quot; link on the left) are among the sites that provide summaries.</p>
<p>Hawaii residents must have a permit, issued by county police departments, to acquire a firearm. The strict process governing these permits is at the heart of the state's reputation for some of the nation's strictest laws, most of which have been in place for decades.</p>
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Chapter 134 of the Hawaii Revised Statutes is the home of the state's gun laws. The Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence (smartgunlaws.org/hawaii-state-law-summary/) and the Hawaii Rifle Association (hawaiirifleassociation.org — click on the "Hawaii Gun Laws" link on the left) are among the sites that provide summaries.

Hawaii residents must have a permit, issued by county police departments, to acquire a firearm. The strict process governing these permits is at the heart of the state's reputation for some of the nation's strictest laws, most of which have been in place for decades. Login for more...



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