Do not live on Oahu anymore, but when I would be at the range at Kokohead, the rifle firing line would be packed with guys and their ARs, many with supposedly illegal 20 and 30 rd magazines.
The registration BS is a joke, but no great obstacle as far as I have heard. My stuff is registered on one island, I am on another, so what do they know?
California is far, far worse these days from all I hear. I sold off all my good stuff before leaving that accursed hellhole. Much of it could only be sold to cops as I got it long before the liberals got their new laws in place.
Only meager retirement funds prevent having a full safe here. Ammo prices suck, but that is due to shipping rules. We have a nice new public range to be built up north in the lava fields next year, massive public support for that. Lots of gun enthusiasts here. Not so many goblins, so no CCW is not a big deal. Luckily I do not live in Honolulu.
It is to me. My state of Merryland has denied me that right that other states granted me previously. You can never understand freedom until you lose it I guess...
Crap it's hard enough to find a place to shoot a .308 around here publikly unless I drive an hour or more.