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New online system to assist with shooting range reservations
By News Release @ 5:36 PM :: 4707 Views :: Honolulu County, Second Amendment

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New online system to assist with shooting complex reservations

Parks and Recreation Online System, PROS, available to public beginning Wednesday, June 3 at 12 noon

News Release from Department of Recreation, June 2, 2020

O‘AHU – In order to accommodate the demand for limited capacity facilities amidst physical distancing guidelines, the Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) and Department of Information Technology (DIT) are proud to unveil a new online reservation system for DPR activities and facilities.

Parks and Recreation Online System (PROS), a custom DIT-developed software, will begin its pilot phase by allowing members of the public to reserve shooting lanes for the Koko Head Shooting Complex (KHSC) online for free.

Beginning June 3 at 12 noon Hawai‘i time, the public can reserve one-hour time slots for either the pistol or rifle ranges of KHSC by visiting the PROS website at https://pros.hnl.info (the link will not be valid until the above mentioned time and date). Only one time slot can be reserved per person per day for either of the ranges.

The KHSC pistol and rifle ranges will resume their regular open hours of 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sundays, beginning on Friday, June 5. The archery range will also reflect this schedule. Gated access from Kalaniana‘ole Highway into KHSC is scheduled to be opened a half hour before and a half hour after these hours of operation.

Reservations are not needed for the archery range at Koko Head or at the other City archery ranges. Archery ranges will return to regular first-come-first-served functions, with physical distancing and face mask guidelines.

The other four firearm shooting ranges at KHSC (skeet, trap, silhouette, and action pistol) are operated by third-party gun clubs and will remain closed to the public at this time.

Following this initial reopening weekend, online pistol and rifle range reservations at KHSC will begin on Wednesdays at 8 a.m.  

An instructional video is available online to help introduce the public to the PROS software. That video can be viewed by clicking here. We encourage the public to set-up an HNL.Info account prior to the opening of the new registration software. You can set-up an HNL.Info account by clicking here. Beginning on June 3 at 12 noon, you may use that account to create a PROS profile before making reservations for the shooting complex.

In addition, DPR has launched a brand new website dedicated to the Koko Head Shooting Complex with the most up-to-date information about KHSC, its rules, procedures, and how to safely enjoy O‘ahu’s only public shooting range. You can access that website by visiting: bit.ly/KokoHeadRange



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