Learning, Archery to Firearms we offer it all!

Welcome to H&H’s Learning Center!

We offer a wide range of classes from Basic Firearm Safety to Advanced Pistol Training!

Basic Handgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals

Join us for a Basic Handgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals course. This course will introduce the novice shooter to handgun fundamentals. Our training class will mix classroom presentation and live-fire exercises with the emphasis placed on firearm safety, handling, and marksmanship. This is an excellent course for beginners and first-time shooters, but it is also beneficial for anyone who wants to brush up on their safety and technique. Cost: $100 per student. H&H has all required equipment available for rent or sale. Please come early if you need to purchase or rent equipment, handgun, or ammo.

Basic Handgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals Class Schedule

All classes MUST be pre-paid and confirmed with instructor. Drop in students will not be permitted in class without instructor approval.

March 2019

Monday           Mar. 4                           1 pm to 5 pm

Monday            Mar. 18                         1 pm to 5 pm

Saturday            Mar. 30                         10 am to 2 pm

April 2019

Monday           Apr. 1                           1 pm to 5 pm

Monday            Apr. 15                         1 pm to 5 pm

Monday          Apr. 29                         1 pm to 5 pm

Registration can be done in store, online, or at any register, or over the phone by calling (405) 947-3888. If you have a small group that would like to book a class, we can set the schedule for whenever works for you. Email our instructor at CD.Perkins@HHShootingSports.com

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Basic AR Rifle Fundamentals and Safety

In this class, the student will be introduced to the AR Rifle Nomenclature. What this means is that the student will learn what each part of the rifle is called. Students will become familiar with the take down, cleaning, and reassembling process of the AR Rifle. The purpose of each part and how each part works will be explained. Students will become familiar with iron sites and learn how to set up the battle site zero on their rifle. At the end of the class, we will go to the 30-yard rifle range here at H&H and work on a 25 meter zero. If possible, I will help each student set their rifle up the way they would like it. If the students wish to have the rifle worked on by a Gun Smith, we have those here at H&H for an additional cost. This is a very basic 4-hour class and is equivalent to the AR familiarization class given to police officers. It is worth 4 CEUs of CLEET credit for Law Enforcement Officers and a certificate will be given to each student completing the class. This is the first class in a series of AR Rifle class that will be introduced in the future.
Cost: $100 per student. H&H has all required equipment available for rent or sale. Please come early if you need to purchase or rent equipment or ammo.

What is needed for this class:

You will need an AR Rifle (H&H Shooting Sports has ARs for rent but the supply is limited), one to three magazines, and a cleaning kit. To zero your rifle, you will need up to 30 rounds of ammunition for iron sites. If you have a reflex, Holographic, or a 1-4, 1-6, 1-8 power scope, it will take an additional 30 rounds of ammunition.

Basic AR Rifle Fundamentals and Safety Class Schedule

All classes MUST be pre-paid and confirmed with instructor. Drop in students will not be permitted in class without instructor approval.

March 2019

Monday           Mar. 11                         1 pm to 5 pm

Monday            Mar. 25                         1 pm to 5 pm

April 2019

Monday           Apr. 8                           1 pm to 5 pm

Monday            Apr. 22                         1 pm to 5 pm

Registration can be done in store, online, or at any register, or over the phone by calling (405) 947-3888. If you have a small group that would like to book a class, we can set the schedule for whenever works for you. Email our instructor at CD.Perkins@HHShootingSports.com

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Basic Handgun Part 2

*Prerequisite Class Basic Handgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals Must be completed prior to this class – or proof of FLETC or CLEET certificate.This is a continuation of the Basic Handgun Fundamentals and Safety. If you feel that you need more work on your handgun skills after you have taken the first Basic Handgun class, this is the class for you. It is based on a two hours format and we will work on your basic skills and marksmanship. The target ranges will be 5 to 10 yards. We will work on you getting control of your shot groups and refining your skills. This class will not be on our schedule, rather you can schedule a one on one class with CD Perkins by calling H&H Shooting Sports, email at cd.perkins@hhshootingsports.com, purchasing online or coming by H&H in person. The fee for this training is $75.00 for a 2-hour class per person.

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Basic Holster and Equipment Safety

*Prerequisite Class Basic Handgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals Must be completed prior to this class – or proof of FLETC or CLEET certificate.

This class will help you learn how to safely draw your handgun from your choice of holsters and reload your handgun from a magazine pouch, pocket, or your choice of magazine storage positions. During the classroom portion of the class, we will use dry fire exercises to help you find the right place for you to carry a handgun. There are many ways to carry. It can be concealed or open, inside the waist band or outside, or in an external carry option like a purse or backpack. Not all of these ways will be aloud during live fire due to safety. This class will be on our schedule or you can schedule a one on one class with CD Perkins by calling H&H Shooting Sports, email at cd.perkins@hhshootingsports.com , booking online, or coming by H&H in person. The fee for this training is $75.00 for a 2-hour class per person.

Basic Holster and Equipment Safety Schedule

All classes MUST be pre-paid and confirmed with instructor. Drop in students will not be permitted in class without instructor approval.

March 2019

Tuesday            Mar. 5                              10 am to 12 pm

Tuesday            Mar. 19                            10 am to 12 pm

April 2019

Thursday         Apr. 4                                       1 pm to 3 pm

Tuesday            Apr. 16                            10 am to 12 pm

Tuesday            Apr. 30                            10 am to 12 pm

 

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Marksmanship for Defensive Handgun

*Prerequisite Class Basic Handgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals, and Basic Holster and Equipment Safety, Must be completed prior to this class – or proof of FLETC or CLEET certificate.

This class is for the shooter who is ready to move forward with developing their skill to the 25 yard range. We will shoot at targets on the 5 yard line, 7 yard line, 15 yard line, and 25 yard line. There will be set courses of fire. Each course of fire will have a time the course should be shot in and we will be using commands and times to induce a small amount of stress. Once the standards are meet, the student will be able to move to the next level of defensive handgun training. This class will be on our schedule or you can schedule a one on one class with CD Perkins by calling H&H Shooting Sports, email at cd.perkins@hhshootingsports.com , online, or coming by H&H in person. The fee for this training is $75.00 for a 2-hour class per person.

Marksmanship for Defensive Handgun Schedule

All classes MUST be pre-paid and confirmed with instructor. Drop in students will not be permitted in class without instructor approval.

February 2019

Wednesday             Feb. 20                           1 pm to 3 pm

March 2019

Wednesday    Mar. 6                              10 am to 12 pm

Wednesday    Mar. 20                            10 am to 12 pm

April 2019

Wednesday    Apr. 17                           10 am to 12 pm

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Basic Pump Shotgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals Class Description

In this class, the student will be introduced to the Pump Shotgun Nomenclature. What this means is that the student will learn what each part of the shotgun is called. Students will become familiar with the take down, cleaning, and reassembling process of the Pump Shotgun. The purpose of each part and how each part works will be explained. Students will become familiar with different sites and ammunition. At the end of the class, we will go to the 25-yard shotgun range here at H&H and work on how the different ammunition works in your shotgun. If possible, I will help each student set their shotgun up the way they would like it. If the students wish to have the shotgun worked on by a Gunsmith, we have those here at H&H for an additional cost. This is a very basic 4-hour class and is equivalent to the Shotgun familiarization class given to Law Enforcement officers. It is worth 4 CEUs of CLEET credit for Law Enforcement Officers and a certificate will be given to each student completing the class. This is the first class in a series of Pump Shotgun classes that will be introduced in the future.

Cost: $100 per student. H&H has all required equipment available for rent or sale. Please come early if you need to purchase or rent equipment or ammo.

Basic Pump Shotgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals Class Schedule

All classes MUST be pre-paid and confirmed with instructor. Drop in students will not be permitted in class without instructor approval.

March 2019

Wednesday    Mar. 13                           1 pm to 5 pm

Wednesday     Mar. 27                         1 pm to 5 pm

April 2019

Thursday            Apr. 11                        9 am to 5 pm

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Open for scheduling upon request

March 2019

Tuesday           Mar. 5                           1 pm to 5 pm

Wednesday     Mar. 6                           1 pm to 5 pm

Thursday          Mar. 7                           1 pm to 5 pm

Tuesday           Mar. 12                          1 pm to 5 pm

Thursday        Mar. 14                        1 pm to 5 pm

Tuesday           Mar. 19                        1 pm to 5 pm

Wednesday    Mar. 20                         1 pm to 5 pm

Thursday        Mar. 21                        1 pm to 5 pm

Tuesday          Mar. 26                         1 pm to 5 pm

Wednesday   Mar. 27                         10 am to 12 pm

Thursday         Mar.28                         1 pm to 5 pm

April 2019

Tuesday            Apr. 16                         1 pm to 5 pm

Wednesday     Apr. 17                           1 pm to 5 pm

Tuesday           Apr. 30                                 1 pm to 5 pm

Basic Firearm Safety

Gun Safety Is Everyone’s Responsibility.
Gun ownership carries with it the responsibility of knowing how to use and maintain it. Accidents with firearms don’t “just happen;” they happen because circumstances make them possible. The major causes of firearm accidents are IGNORANCE and CARELESSNESS. Ignorance is the lack of knowledge. One can obtain knowledge by learning how your guns and ammunition operates and how to handle them. Learn proper marksmanship skills through education and practice. Carelessness is neglecting to apply the gun safety rules. Apply the elements of gun safety by having a positive attitude. Remember to keep guns pointed in a safe direction and keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. As a responsible person, you can make sure that your firearms is always handling safely, and hence without accidents.

Oklahoma Self Defense Act Safety Course

We would like to remind you that the conceal carry class is not a beginners class, if you are a beginner please look at taking a private lesson first!

CLICK HERE to access the online SDA application

Start Times for classes are 8:30am on Saturdays, and 5:30pm on Mondays, and 5:00PM on Wednesday Classes. Have your firearm UNLOADED and in a box, bag, or holster when you arrive for your course. If you plan to bring your own ammunition, you will only need 50 rounds of Factory ammo. Make sure your magazines are unloaded as well!

February 2019

Monday          Feb. 11                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday   Feb. 13                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

Saturday            Feb. 23                            9 am to 5 pm

Monday           Feb. 25                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday     Feb. 27                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

March 2019

Saturday            Mar. 9                              9 am to 5 pm

Monday           Mar. 11                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday    Mar. 13                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

Saturday            Mar. 23                             9 am to 5 pm (LADIES ONLY CLASS)

Monday            Mar. 25                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday     Mar. 27                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

April 2019

Saturday            Apr. 6                              9 am to 5 pm

Monday           Apr. 8                           6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday    Apr. 10                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

Saturday            Apr. 20                             9 am to 5 pm

Monday            Apr. 22                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday     Apr. 24                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

May 2019

Saturday            May 4                           9 am to 5 pm

Monday           May 6                           6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday    May 8                           6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

Saturday            May 18                         9 am to 5 pm (LADIES ONLY CLASS)

Monday            May 20                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday       May 22                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

June 2019

Saturday            Jun. 8                              9 am to 5 pm

Monday           Jun. 10                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday    Jun. 12                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

Saturday              Jun. 22                            9 am to 5 pm

Monday            Jun. 24                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 1 of 2)

Wednesday      Jun. 26                         6 pm to 10 pm (Part 2 of 2)

Private Lessons

Are you a beginner and don’t know where to start? or would like to work on your shooting skills? Then private one on one lessons is what you need!  Our trained staff will walk you through the step by step process of gun ownership, how to operate a gun, and proper gun safety! Want to learn about Archery? We got that too! Our Archery Pro-Staff will walk you though step by step!
Please Call us at (405)947-3888 to set up an appointment

The cost for Private lessons is $60.00 an hour (Most Lessons last about an hour) normal range times and fees apply.

Please note that due to the increased demand and an all time high in popularity, not all requests can be fulfilled on short notice, and we appreciate your patience during the process. Please speak with one of our Training Coordinators to schedule your lesson today!

Reloading Classes

Ever wanted to learn how to reload? We got you covered! We offer three great class from just starting out to advance level reloading!

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Class I
In this class, you will learn the basics of reloading and how to reload pistol ammunition. We cover the basics of reading a loading manual, how to use the basic pieces of equipment found on a reloader’s bench, and how to set and adjust dies on a single stage press. This class is great for someone who is curious about how it all works and what equipment options are available to choose from. During the course of the class the students will perform hands on training and actually load pistol ammo that is fired on the range through a pistol provided by the instructor. The average class length is around 3 to 3.5 hours. All materials are provided by the range, all that is brought by the students are a writing instrument and a willingness to learn. This class is a required to take Class II.
Cost $60.00 Per student

Class II

This is the basic rifle reloading class. In this class you will learn the basics of reloading rifle ammo. We will cover trimming cases, swaging primer pockets, removing stuck cases, and many other topics that are common to rifle reloading. To attend this class you must have already completed Class I as we will not spend time learning basic load data research and scale and caliper manipulation. The average class length for this class is 2 to 3 hours. All loading done in this class is done on a single stage press.
Cost $60.00 Per student

Class III
This class is a one-on-one instruction based on the student’s individual needs. We have several different presses to use and will tailor the class to the student’s specific questions. This can be a beginner class all the way through advanced loading. In this class the student is required to bring or supply their own materials depending on caliber being loaded. There is no average class length as this is dictated by the students.
This is the only class that is done on an hourly rate and can only hold up to two students at one time.
Cost $60.00 Per student per hour