SB600

SB600 :  Provides that no person less than 21 years of age shall bring any firearm into the State. (LINK)

Hawaii Firearms Coalition strongly opposes this bill.

This bill would deny the legal right to own firearms to anyone under the age of 21. This would mean that if some one brings a firearm from out of state and they are under the age of 21 they would be a criminal Even though they legally purchased and own the firearm.
This law would adversely affect  the military members who are sent to Hawaii. These young men and women are charged with protecting this nation and using firearms to do so. But due to their age would be criminals if they wish to defend their home.

Similar laws are currently being challenged throughout the country .

You can use the form below to submit testimony in opposition to this bill

We thank you for taking the time to defend your rights,

By submitting this form you are consenting for Hawaii Firearms Coalition to re-submit this testimony to the Hawaii Legislators for all hearings on this bill on your behalf.

Please note that due to the Legislative process you may have to submit testimony on multiple bills, multiple times.

All testimony received by the Hawai‘i Senate is posted on the Hawai‘i Legislature’s website, which is accessible to the public. Please do not include private information that you do not want disclosed to the public.