NRA Prez Visits the Aloha State

NRA President speaks in Hilo, Hawaii. I’m sure they had to drag him kicking and screaming to get him to go there. Bitter has spent a lot of time in Hawaii, and I spent two weeks out there with her visiting family. It’s gun culture is closer to Maryland than it is to California, and the Big Island can get pretty redneck. Even on the North Shore of Oahu you’ll find trucks with NRA stickers. It’s one of those states that’s challenging, but perhaps not beyond hope. One of our NRA friend’s family has a coffee estate in Kona, so if you want to buy some gunny Kona coffee, that’s a good source.

2 thoughts on “NRA Prez Visits the Aloha State”

  1. Hmmm, sounds like it has some constituency for shall issue; right now by statue it’s limited to e.g. armored truck drivers, and according to that GAO report they had exactly 0 outstanding. I.e. a virtual Illinois or even worse than New Jersey.

  2. The Hawaii Carry case is before the 9th in Dec.

    Case Name: Christopher Baker v. Louis Kealoha, et al
    Case Number: 12-16258

    Docket Text:
    Notice of Oral Argument on Thursday, December 6, 2012 – 9:00 AM – Courtroom 1, 3rd Floor – James R. Browning US Courthouse – San Francisco, CA.

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