Attention H&H Guests,
You’re invited to attend our Firearms Law Seminar on March 8th, sponsored by our friends at U.S. Law Shield. Come and hear experienced attorneys and law enforcement professionals speak on topics every law-abiding gun owner needs to know, such as use of force law and what to do after you use your firearm.
Arm yourself with knowledge and separate legal fact from fiction. Education is a key step in upholding and preserving all of our firearms rights!
Sign up today at www.gunlawseminar.com
and bring your friends. This seminar costs $10, but the guests of H&H Shooting Sports get in for free, just use the promo code WORKSHOP when signing up!
Firearms Law Workshop
March 8, 2016
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
H&H Shooting Sports
400 South Vermont Ave, #110
Oklahoma City, OK 73108


Think owning a gun is all the protection you need? Get the facts about gun laws, presented by U.S. Law Shield firearm program attorneys and law enforcement professionals.
Think owning a gun is all the protection you need? Get the facts about gun laws, presented by U.S. Law Shield firearm program attorneys and law enforcement professionals.

The H&H Factory Direct Safe Sale is happening February 28th – March 5th. Join us for HUGE savings on all the top brands, including Browning​ Pro Steel Safes, Liberty Safe​, and Winchester​ Safes! As always, professional in home delivery is available on all safes. Visit us at H&H Shooting Sports, just off of I-40 & Meridian to join in the savings!

See our ad in The Oklahoman on Sunday February 28th!


Join us on March 5th from 9am – 4pm for the annual Knifemakers Group of Oklahoma Custom Knife Show, hosted for the second year in a row at H&H Shooting Sports. World renown knife makers from all over Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas will be selling their custom knives.  Visit the KGA Facebook Page for further details.


During the Knife Show ALL Red Tag Clearance Knives will be BUY ONE GET ONE FREE (of equal or lesser value). Plus we will be offering FREE laser engraving with the purchase of any new Benchmade knife.



We have also learned that Ray Kirk will be bringing a Gas Forge to set up in the H&H parking lot during the Knife Show.


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How to Hunt in the Remote Backcountry

Backcountry hunting takes a a huntsman far from the beaten path and deep into the unexplored corners and shadows of the wilderness. The pros of going back country is the excitement and promise of bigger, wild game but the cons include that it is time consuming and dangerous. Backcountry hunting requires a pioneer spirit and and proper preparation, but if you have a clear idea of what to expect, and follow a few safety tips, it can be the best hunting experience you’ll ever have.

Emergency Communication

Considering how far from civilization you’ll be, and how dangerous the backcountry often is, it is a good idea to have a satellite phone handy while hunting there. Though you yourself may be a skilled hunter and confident in your competency, you are still traveling through uninhabited terrain, which is completely unpredictable. If you fall and break your ankle, the paramedics are likely hundreds of miles away.


Try to pack light. Experienced backcountry hunters have managed with packs weighing less than 40 pounds total. You can find tents that weigh about two pounds, a sleeping bag that is around the same weight though if you’re hunting in the cooler season, be sure it’s a down bag, and you can find a sleeping pad that weighs only about 12 ounces. The bulk of your weight is going to come from your weaponry. This is where bow hunters have a distinct advantage over gun hunters. You’ll also want to bring a camping stove, clothes for layering, food, water, and some kind of optic for spotting. And don’t forget the first aid kit.

Hunting Grounds

Decide where you want to hunt in advance and research the history of the area, locate maps, and check the weather. You will need to determine what approach you plan to use once there. You have two choices. Do you want to base camp hunt or bivy hunt and spike camp? Both have their advantages and disadvantages. A base camp means you’ll be hitting the same population of wildlife during your stay. Bivy hunting means you’ll be up and moving and tracking different populations, but requires setting up camp nightly and requires a terrain that is easy to hike.

Smart Safety

In addition to the satellite phone and topography maps, bring a compass. Even if you have GPS, bring a separate compass, because if something goes wrong and all else fails, at least you can head in the right direction. If you are hunting in a region where bears are prominent, remember to hoist your food high into a tree at night somewhere away from where you plan to sleep, and pack bear spray and a whistle. Lastly, beware of rain. Have a plastic sheet handy to cover your gear, and if you’re in a storm, head to low ground—never camp near tall trees or high ravines.

Hunting in the backcountry is an exhilarating activity, but you must be conscious of the dangers that could befall you at anytime. Know your hunting ground, pack lightly and smartly, and bring a method of communicating with civilization in the event of an emergency. With the proper research and preparation, you can enjoy the peace and satisfaction that comes with choosing the road less traveled.