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For nations with strict gun laws, this little shooting range in Hawaii is a haven for tourists

HONOLULU - There is an old bazooka resting on the white ventilation system just above Lynn Pang's head.

"We don't have ammunition for that," she says cheerily.

But the Waikiki Gun Club seems to have most everything else. There are AR-15s, AK-47s and a Beowulf .50-caliber beast that comes equipped with a monopod beneath the barrel to support its heavy frame.

The place is tucked in a sliver of property on bustling Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki. Sandwiched between Electric Paradise Tattoo and Baule'a (which sells flip-flops, handbags and suitcases), the club could be passed easily. Nearby is an upscale ramen restaurant,

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