The new scent that’s carved its way into our sporting psyches through the deer camps, dens and hunting lodges of America for more than 107 years can now go anywhere you do. For olfactory bliss between gun cleanings, we’re proud to introduce the Hoppe’s No.9 air freshener.
Sturm, Ruger & Co discontinued the .22 LR models of its SP-101 double-action revolvers in 2003, but has released a new model that once again uses .22 LR caliber ammo! The newest model (catalog number: KSP-242-8, model number: 5765) weighs in at 30 ounces even, has an overall length of 9.12 inches, and a barrel length of 4.2 inches. It has a capacity of 8 bullets and fully-adjustable fiber optic sights. With a one-piece rubber grip and satin stainless steel finish, this rimfire revolver is ready for action!
Call us at (405) 947-3888 or stop by our store at 400 S. Vermont, OKC for more information on this affordable and convenient handgun!
The MKA 1919 is now available at H&H Shooting Sports Complex.
The MKA 1919, created by Akdal Arms, is a gas operated semi-automatic shotgun that is intended for use by civilian and security markets. The 1919 is unlike most other 12 gauge shotguns, it is extremely light and ergonomically designed using modern, high strength composites.
Check out this review from Wikipedia:
Akdal MKA 1919 semi-automatic shotgun uses a conventional gas-operated action which is located around the support tube that runs below the barrel. The return spring is also located around the same support tube which is concealed by an enlarged polymer handguard. The MKA 1919 barrel can be quickly removed from upper receiver. To charge the shotgun, the charging handle on the receiver needs to be pulled. The upper receiver is manufactured from an aluminum alloy while the lower receiver, along with pistol grip and shoulder stock, is manufactured as one piece from impact-resistant polymer. Akdal MKA 1919 semi-automatic shotgun has a 5 round detachable box magazine. The magazine catch is identical to the M16magazine catch and is located on the lower receiver. Manual safety also duplicates M16-style being located on the left side of the receiver above the pistol grip. Standard sights include a front post installed on the M16-style removable base and a detachable M16A2-style carrying handle with built-in diopter sight. On the upper receiver, an integral Picatinny rail can be placed which will accept detachable carrying handle or optional red-dot or other optical sight attachments.
Its that time of the year again, time to hangout, eat some food, ride some rides and and enjoy the experience! It doesn’t get much better than the State Fair!
H&H Shooting Sports Complex will be at the state fair this year and would like to see you there. We will be located inside the Cox Pavilion, and will be there September 15-25.
H&H Shooting Sports Complex is proud to announce that we now have over 18 sku’s of the M1A in stock, including the M1A Standard, M1A Scout, and M1A SOCOM.
Check out the review from guns.com :
The Springfield Standard M1A is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in 7.62 NATO or .308 Win. The M1A is the civilian version of the famous M14, which was once a standard issue US military rifle. It was also known to be very accurate and reliable. The M1A is a series of eight models and the Standard is, of course, the standard model.
Like the M14, the M1A is gas-operated, so propellant gases are captured by a tube near the muzzle, the tube connects with the bolt where a valve on the bolt catches the gas, and then gas pushes the bolt back so it can eject a spent casing and chamber a fresh round.
What makes the M1A different from the M14 is it lacks features that aren’t quite necessary for civilian shooting like a bayonet stud and full-auto option.
Features include a two-stage military trigger that sets off the action with a 5- to 6-pound pull. It has military sights that are adjustable for windage and elevation. And, the Standard is available with a traditional walnut stock or a synthetic stock. The synthetic stock comes in two finishes: mossy oak or matte black.
Springfield recommends the M1A for precision shooting.
NSSF Facebook Photo Contest Continues with $50 Top Prize Each Month; Latest Theme Focuses on Youth Target Shooting and Hunting
September’s theme in the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Facebook Photo Contest is youth participating in either target shooting or hunting. To post a photo, look for the Contests tab on NSSF’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/NSSFcomm.
The September theme reads: Post a photo with a target shooting or hunting theme showing at least one young person participating. Examples of entries are a group photo of a target-shooting team from a state or national competition in the Scholastic Clay Target Program, or a photo taken at a Boy Scout or 4-H summer target shooting session.
NSSF launched the contest in celebration of its 50th Anniversary this year. Cool monthly prizes, including a $50 gift card and NSSF’s official anniversary history publication and commemorative coin, are part of this fun, interactive contest. The contest runs through the end of the year with a new theme introduced each month.
Entrants may post photos during the first three weeks of each month, with the last week devoted to voting for the winners. To post a photo, an individual must first “Like” the NSSF Facebook page, which has more than 8,000 fans.
Individuals may post as many photos as they like each month and during the course of the contest. People who post photographs can vote for their own photos and may want to encourage others to vote for their photos by using social media tools, whether it’s contacting their friends on Facebook or through postings on Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networking sites.
Click on the Contests tab at www.facebook.com/NSSFcomm to read the full contest rules, which include eligibility and how to enter and vote.