FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who Can Participate?
Any individual age 16 and up. Membership or NRA classification is not necessary.
Where do you shoot?
The USMC range facility at Puuloa in Ewa Beach, located within "The Waterfront at Puuloa." Use Google maps to get directions.
What time does the match start and end?
Check in time and target set up begins at 7A.M. Shooting starts at 8A.M. Finish time for a 500AGG match is around 1P.M. while a 800AGG match will finish around 2P.M.
What Rifles Can I use?
In the NRA/CMP Service Rifle category you may use an AR15, M1A, or M1 Garand. Keep in mind that there are rules and regulations regarding the modifications that can be done to the rifle. Rules for service rifle can be found in the "NRA Highpower Rifle Rules" book.
The NRA Match Rifle category is essentially a bolt action or semi automatic rifle with metallic sights. Rifles like the:
or Les Baer Ultimate Match Rifle
The tactical rifle is an open class in which almost anything goes. You could use your hunting rifle, custom bolt action, or tricked out AR15.
NOTE: Service Rifle and Match Rifle are 3 position matches; standing, sitting, and prone. Tactical is a prone only match.
What does it Cost?
The average cost is around $25-$30.
What are the courses of fire like?
National Match Course:
10 shots slow fire Standing at 200 yards in 10 minutes with 2 sighters
10 shots rapid fire Sitting from Standing at 200 yards in 60 seconds with 2 sighters
10 shots rapid fire Prone from Standing at 300 yards in 70 seconds with 2 sighters
20 shots slow fire Prone at 600 yards in 20 minutes with 2 sighters
20 shots slow fire Standing at 200 yards in 22 minutes with 2 sighters
2-10 shot strings rapid fire at 200 yards each of 60 seconds from Standing to Sitting with 2 sighters
2-10 shot strings rapid fire at 300 yards each of 70 seconds from Standing to Prone with 2 sighters
20 shots slow fire Prone at 600 yards in 22 minutes with 2 sighters
10 shots slow fire Prone at 200 yards in 12 minutes with unlimited sighters.
10 shots rapid fire Prone at 200 yards in 60 seconds with 2 sighters
10 shots rapid fire Prone at 300 yards in 70 seconds with 2 sighters
20 shots slow fire Prone at 600 yards in 22 minutes with unlimited sighters.
Is Puuloa open to the public on days other than what is listed on the schedule?
Does the club only meet on the scheduled dates?
So where do club members practice?
Koko Head Shooting Complex
How do I become a Member?
Print the Membership Application, fill it out and mail to:
Puuloa Rifle and Pistol Club
P.O. Box 10471
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
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