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HDF Range Day – Handgun

January 27 @ 7:15 am - 4:00 pm

$15

Clear your holster, track that front site, and run that trigger! This month is a Handgun Range Day!

7:15am: Set up
8:00-10:00am: Open Shoot
Target stands are provided, though you may bring your own targets as well (1/2x2s, cardboard, shootandsee’s, etc). Personal equipment (tables, targets, etc) must be set up during initial setup time after club equipment is in place.

10:00am: Reset, gear up, load up for Skill Builder. At this time, spots are released to the wait list. Instructional Skill Builder

Expect to bring 250 rounds, closed toed shoes, belt, a reliable handgun, quality holster (not floppy, no IWB, shoulder or SERPA), mag carriers, 4+ mags

For those of you who haven’t participated in Open Shoots with us before, we welcome all skill levels with the expectation that participating shooters have familiarized themselves with the platform they wish to bring. This includes being able to safely load and unload their firearm unassisted.

Long pants/sleeves, food and plenty of water STRONGLY recommended.

Cost: $20 Members, $30 Nonmembers. Open shoot $15
Attendee’s who arrive early to set up will qualify for a $5 discount for the open shoot

If you would like to attend the skill builder portion please RSVP at hdfrangeday@thehdf.org

Please follow all kokohead range and HDF specific rules.
Failure to comply will result in instant removal and future attendance denial.

Please note that we have had trouble in the past with late cancellations. Please try to give 72 hours advance notice if you are unable to make it. Abuse of this may result in relegation to wait list.

Details

Date:
January 27
Time:
7:15 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:
$15

Organizer

Hawaii Defense Foundation

Venue

Kokohead Shooting Complex
8102 Kalanianaole Highway
Honolulu, HI 96825 United States
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