HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Honolulu police have announced an amnesty program for gun owners who have trigger modification devices called bump stocks.
Last week, Gov. David Ige banned bump stocks under a new state law prompted by the Las Vegas Massacre last October.
The devices include anything designed to accelerate the rate of fire of a semiautomatic weapon.
Owners have until August 8 to surrender their devices at the nearest police station, or call 911 to have them picked up by an officer.
After that, owner could face felony charges.
The following police stations are accepting devices:
- Alapai Police Headquarters, 801 South Beretania Street. (808)529-3111
- Chinatown Substation, 79 North Hotel Street. (808)723-3310
- Wahiawa Police Station, 330 North Cane Street. (808)723-8700
- Pearl City Police Station, 1100 Waimano Home Road. (808)723-8800
- Kaneohe Police Station 45-270 Waikalua Road, (808)723-8640
- Kailua Substation 219 Kuulei Road. (808)723-8838
- Kahuku Substation 56-470 Kamehameha Highway. (808)723-8650
- Kalihi Police Station 1865 Kamehameha IV Road. (808)723-8207
- Waikiki Substation 2425 Kalakaua Avenue. (808)723-8566
- Kapolei Police Station 1100 Kamokila Boulevard. (808)723-8400
- Waianae Substation 85-939 Farrington Highway. (808)723-8600