AGI American Gunsmithing Institute Has 58 Armorer Courses In Hawaii And More
AGI built its courses on the belief that one can’t truly fix something until one truly understands how it fully works. Now two decades after its founding, AGI offers 58 Armorer’s courses (and counting), as well as a robust catalog of disassembly / reassembly, building and customizing DVD courses on various weapons from handguns to rifles to shotguns over many models and brands. Whether aiming to become a Professional Gunsmith or just a hobby firearm tinkerer in Hawaii, AGI offers a course for every need.
Gunsmithing Courses In Hawaii Are Designed For Both The Professional And The Hobbyist
Unlike traditional schooling in Hawaii, AGI’s DVD’s are 100% instruction and can be played over and over again for reinforcement. AGI employs the latest video technology and cutaway firearms to give each student a look inside and a clear understanding of exactly how each gun functions. After taking AGI courses, students will possess the most authoritative information available on the design, function, maintenance and repair of a particular model of firearm. Owning an AGI course in Hawaii is like having the country’s best gunsmithing instructors available when one needs them.
All Training Is Done By Certified Gunsmiths
AGI instructors are all working Master Gunsmiths who share with AGI students in Hawaii the highest quality instruction available. These gunsmiths include Master Gunsmith and Certified Gunsmithing Instructor Robert “Bob” Dunlap, Master Gunsmith Gene Shuey, Darrell Holland, NRA Certified Pistol Instructor T.R. Graham, Master Gunsmith Ken Brooks, President and Founder of AGI Gene Kelly and last, but not least, Chief Armorer and Training Officer of a California Sheriff’s Dept., Sgt. Mark Foster.
AGI believes so strongly in its coursework that it offers a 100% “Bulletproof” Guarantee on all of its courses in Hawaii. If for any reason a student is not satisfied with any AGI video or product, he or she may return it up to 90 days from purchase date for a full refund (less shipping). The only question AGI will ask is “How did we fail you?”
Hawaii is known for having some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation, and is generally described as being anti-gun rights. In Hawaii No person shall acquire the ownership of a firearm, either by purchase, gift, inheritance, bequest, or in any other manner, until he has first procured from the chief of police of the county of his place of business, residence, or sojourn a permit to acquire.
Hawaii is a "may issue" state for concealed carry. "In an exceptional case, when an applicant shows reason to fear injury to the applicant's person or property," a license to carry a pistol or revolver may be granted or denied at the discretion of the county police chief. In practice however few if any concealed carry licenses are ever granted.
Carrying a loaded firearm, concealed or not concealed, including in a vehicle, is a class A felony. Unloaded firearms that are secured in a gun case and are accompanied by a corresponding permit are allowed to be transported in a vehicle between the permitted owner's residence or business and: a place of repair; a target range; a licensed dealer's place of business; an organized, scheduled firearms show or exhibit; a place of formal hunter or firearm use training or instruction; or a police station
Concealed carry and open carry are felonies without a permit to do so from the chief of police of your county. Although allowed by law in special circumstances of threat to self or property, the chiefs’ policy at present is to grant only to law enforcement and those military and security guards whose duties specifically require such. Private Citizens are denied.
Although Hawaii does not recognize any other state’s CCW permits and has no reciprocity agreements the following states do accept and recognize Hawaii’s CCW permits; Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Wisconsin. The only CCW permit that the state of Hawaii is compelled to recognize under federal law are those issued under the Peace Officer Safety act of 2004, known as HR 218 where any active duty or honorably retired peace officer can carry a concealed weapon in any state in the country.
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Hawaii gun laws, unlike many of the states in the United States, requires any person wishing to purchase or obtain a firearm to apply for a Hawaii gun permit first, that allows the transaction of firearms.
The Hawaii gun permit to purchase extends to shotguns, rifle, and handguns. An individual must first apply for the permit to the chief of police pertaining to the county that the applicant resides in or place of business is located. The applicant must be at least 21 years of age and citizen of the United States. A permit to purchase a handgun is contingent to the applicant having completed a firearms safety course. The chief of police issuing the gun permit is required to assess the health of the applicant and to evaluate the person's ability to be able to own and operate a firearm in a safe and secure manner.
In the state of Hawaii the gun laws and state statutes regarding sell, possess, or carry firearms are strict and specific. Violating these gun laws will result in criminal offense charges considered as felonies and misdemeanors. The following are these gun laws and statutes for the state of Hawaii: It is illegal for any individual to acquire ownership of any firearm by any means without proper clearance from the county Chief of Police.
It is illegal to take possession of inherited firearms without first securing a proper permit to possess these firearms. And it is required to have license to carry concealed weapon.
It has been said that “It’s only a politician that can turn a lawful citizen into a criminal with a stroke of a pen.”
Here is a quote from a journalist in Hawaii, he states the following: “So let’s start with the confiscation of semi-automatics. It’s absolutely amazing that anyone could even consider calling these guns “assault weapons”.
This is such a blatant lie that I’m actually disgusted that the HRA, NRA, Gun Owners of America, and just residents of Hawaii aren’t screaming at the top of their lungs about this, one, and two, why are you infringing upon our right to enjoy our firearms on the range and for hunting?”
Hawaii is quickly on the path to becoming one of if not the single most gun restrictive states in the Country, and if left unchecked will soon face a backlash from the voters, don’t think that can happen in Hawaii, just look at the recall votes and gun law changes in Colorado and Illinois. The second amendment will not be abated, not even in Hawaii.
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