Hawaii gun enthusiasts welcome appeals court ruling


Renyold Studler, head gunsmith at Honolulu Firearms & Range on Queen Street, wears a Sig Sauer 1911 .45-caliber ACP semi-automatic pistol in a holster while he’s in the shop to protect merchandise, customers and his co-workers.

On Monday, Studler said it clearly would have been illegal for him to walk outside the store with the pistol he nicknamed “Cherlene” in plain sight.

And even on Tuesday — following a ruling by a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in favor of carrying a firearm in public for self-defense — Studler said he still does not feel comfortable displaying his Sig Sauer in the open just yet.

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