HHAA has made a $3,000 donation supporting the air riflery program of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA). The Civilian Marksmanship Program awarded the HHSAA with 30 sophisticated, high- tech electronic targets. The targets are $4,000 each, totaling a value of $120,000. Shipping cost for the 30 targets, from Alabama to Honolulu, is $8,000; $5,000 was acquired from the Friends of NRA, and HHAA provided the outstanding balance of $3,000.

This electronic target system eliminates paper targets and scoring. It uses a single target on a movable target stand and is scored by use of microphones which detects the sound of the moving pellet and determines a score. It will display live the shot location on a video screen for the shooter and gallery and will also transmit scores live to the mainland giving the Hawaii program and shooters national exposure. This is the type of scoring system used at the Olympics, international matches, national level matches, and collegiate matches.

The HHSAA was awarded these 30 targets as Hawaii is one of only two states who sponsors a tournament for high schools and provides the largest shooting program for high schools in the nation!

Friends of NRA Dinner Nov 13, 2016

Friends of NRA Dinner *** November 13, 2016

This annual fundraiser, which benefits local youth marksmanship programs, will be held Sunday, November 13, 2016, at 4:00 pm at the Kaneohe Marine Corps Base (Building 1629). Many firearms and gun related items will be offered during the silent and live auctions. Donations of firearms and related items are welcome and are tax deductible. Sign up soon. This has been a sellout event for the past few years. Tickets are $55, $110 per couple, and $550 for a table of ten. Contact


Range Traffic Issues Sunday July 26


July 26, 2015 Sunday
5:20AM Starts
11:00AM Ends
ANNUAL TINMAN TRIATHLON sponsored by Tinman Unlimited. The event is expected to have 800 participants. Swim will be at: Queens Beach, Queen Kapiolani Park. then : Bike will start at Swim/Bike Transition area, to Kalakaua Ave., to Diamond Head Rd., to Kahala Ave.,  to Kealaolu Ave., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Lunalilo Home Rd., to Hawaii Kai Dr., to turnaround at Kealahou St., to Hawaii Kai Dr.,to Lunalilo Home Rd.,  to Wailua St., to Keahole St., to Kalanianaole Hwy.,  to  Kilauea Ave.,  to Elepaio St., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Head Rd., to Kalakaua Ave.,  to transition area in Queen Kapiolani Park, near bandstand Run will start at Kapiolani Park transition area, to  Kalakaua Ave.,  to Kapahulu Ave., to Paki Ave., to Monsarrat Ave., to 18th Ave.,  to Kilauea Ave., to Elepaio St., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Head Rd.,  to Kalakaua Ave.,  to end at Honolulu marathon finish line. Various road closures will be installed for bike and run courses.  Contact:  Olga Caldwell 595-5317 Fax: 595-5317, E-mail:  tintrihawaii@gmail.com  For more info, visit their website:   http://www.tinmanhawaii.com

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