CHAPTER 134

FIREARMS, AMMUNITION AND DANGEROUS WEAPONS

 

        Part I.  General Regulations

Section

    134-1 Definitions

    134-2 Permits to acquire

  134-2.5 Permits for motion picture films or television

          program production

    134-3 Registration, mandatory, exceptions

  134-3.5 Disclosure for firearm permit and registration

          purposes

    134-4 Transfer, possession of firearms

    134-5 Possession by licensed hunters and minors; target

          shooting; game hunting

    134-6 Repealed

  134-6.5 Relief from federal firearms mental health

          prohibitor

    134-7 Ownership or possession prohibited, when; penalty

  134-7.2 Prohibition against seizure of firearms or

          ammunition during emergency or disaster; suspension

          of permit or license

  134-7.3 Seizure of firearms upon disqualification

  134-7.5 Seizure of firearms in domestic abuse situations;

          requirements; return of

    134-8 Ownership, etc., of automatic firearms, silencers,

          etc., prohibited; penalties

  134-8.5 Bump fire stock, multiburst trigger activator, or

          trigger crank; prohibition

    134-9 Licenses to carry

   134-10 Alteration of identification marks prohibited

 134-10.5 Storage of firearm; responsibility with respect to

          minors

   134-11 Exemptions

   134-12 Repealed

 134-12.5 Forfeiture of firearms, ammunition, deadly or

          dangerous weapons, and switchblade knives; when

   134-13 Revocation of permits

   134-14 Report

   134-15 Restriction of materials for manufacture of pistols

          or revolvers

   134-16 Restriction on possession, sale, gift, or delivery of

          electric guns

   134-17 Penalties

   134-18 Qualified immunity for physicians, psychologists, or

          psychiatrists who provide information on permit

          applicants

   134-21 Carrying or use of firearm in the commission of a

          separate felony; penalty

   134-22 Possession of a firearm with intent to facilitate

          the commission of a felony drug offense; penalty

   134-23 Place to keep loaded firearms other than pistols and

          revolvers; penalty

   134-24 Place to keep unloaded firearms other than pistols

          and revolvers; penalty

   134-25 Place to keep pistol or revolver; penalty

   134-26 Carrying or possessing a loaded firearm on a

          public highway; penalty

   134-27 Place to keep ammunition; penalty

   134-28 Explosive devices; prohibitions; penalty

   134-29 Reporting lost, stolen, or destroyed firearms;

          penalties

 

        Part II.  Firearms, Dealers' Licenses

   134-31 License to sell and manufacture firearms; fee

   134-32 License to sell and manufacture firearms; conditions

   134-33 Punishment for violations of section 134-32

   134-34 National emergency, when

 

        Part III.  Dangerous Weapons

   134-51 Deadly weapons; prohibitions; penalty

   134-52 Switchblade knives; prohibitions; penalty

   134-53 Butterfly knives; prohibitions; penalty

 

        Part IV.  Gun Violence Protective Orders

   134-61 Definitions

   134-62 Court jurisdiction

   134-63 Commencement of action; forms

   134-64 Ex parte gun violence protective order

   134-65 One-year gun violence protective order issued after

          notice and hearing

   134-66 Termination and renewal

   134-67 Relinquishment of firearms and ammunition

   134-68 Return and disposal of firearms or ammunition

   134-69 Reporting of order to Hawaii criminal justice data

          center

   134-70 Penalties

   134-71 Law enforcement to retain other authority

   134-72 Lack of liability for failure to seek order

 

Cross References

 

  Zero tolerance policy for drugs and weapons, see §302A-1134.6.

 

Case Notes

 

  Where plaintiff asserted that §§134-6 and 134-9 violated rights guaranteed by Article I and the Second, Fifth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, defendants' motions to dismiss plaintiff's complaint granted; among other things, plaintiff did not have standing to challenge this chapter on the basis of an alleged deprivation of Second Amendment or Ninth Amendment rights, this chapter is not an impermissible bill of attainder with respect to plaintiff, and this chapter imposes no impairment of a contractual right possessed by plaintiff.  548 F. Supp. 2d 1151.

  Defendant could not claim that state firearms regulations infringed upon rights protected by Second Amendment.  82 H. 143, 920 P.2d 357.

  Right to bear arms may be regulated by the State in a reasonable manner.  82 H. 143, 920 P.2d 357.

  Appellate court precluded from remanding convictions for retrial as no lesser included offense of a felon in possession of a firearm or ammunition under this chapter.  82 H. 517 (App.), 923 P.2d 934.

 

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