Pistol Range

Hours of Operation

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
 Pistol 8a-4p  Closed Closed 12p-4p  12p-4p  12p-4p 8a-4p

Holidays – 8a – 4p except Christmas and New Years

Tracer, incendiary, exploder or armor piercing type ammunition is prohibited

Targets are limited to 25 and 50 yards maximum.

Here is a PDF for making your own frame for the Pistol Range: Pistol Frame

The Bullseye Pistol Range is run by the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Parks and Recreation

There is no charge for range use, no gun rentals, no ammunition sales, no reservations and shooters must bring their own target frames

The Basics

  • Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction (even if unloaded)
  • Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot (firearm leveled at target)
  • Always keep the gun unloaded until ready to use (ready to engage a target)

When using or storing a gun, always follow these NRA rules:

    • Know your target and what is beyond
    • Be sure the gun is safe to operate
    • Know how to use the gun safely
    • Use only the correct ammunition for your gun
    • Wear eye and ear protection, as appropriate
    • Never use alcohol or drugs before or while shooting
    • Store guns so they are not accessible to unauthorized personsBe aware that certain types of guns and many shooting activities require additional safety precautions

 The Koko Head 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 adult
    • Children 9-12 years may fire .22 long rifle caliber only, with an adult standing next to and assisting the child
    • Children must wear eye and ear protection
    • Children 8 years and younger are prohibited from using firearms
  • No alcohol or illegal drugs allowed
  • No gambling

Violation of any of the above rules will result in dismissal from this range

HRS 134-6 (c) – Hawaii State Law requires firearms to be transported unloaded in a rigidly constructed receptacle, or a commercially manufactured gun case, or the equivalent thereof that completely encloses the firearm.

If you don’t know, are unsure, or have a question, please ask the range personnel, they are there to help