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Check out our sale items for the month of September! Each month we put together some of our top deals on the guns & gear throughout the store and offer them with a special discount all month long. Along with these H&H Deals you can also find info on new items in the store. Next time you’re in store pick up your copy or check out the digital copy below!

H&H Shooting Sports is Oklahoma’s Headquarters for Guns & Gear.

Come in during the month of September to get the Smith & Wesson M&P 9 M2.0 9mm compact with three 15 round magazines for $549.99

Check out the Beretta 92 FS Compact 9mm is now on sale for $599.99

And the FN FNS 9C Compact 9mm with 3 magazines and night sights is only $569.99

The September Sales Event has something for everyone!

Be sure to head into our Archery Pro Shop this month before the opening day of Archery Deer Season on October 1st, we can make sure you are ready for opening day! Get 10% OFF all SKB bow cases, 10% OFF all Carbon Express Arrows, 10% OFF all Rage Broadheads  and take 10% OFF all Trophy Ridge Accessories.

Check out all of these offers and more in our monthly sales flyer below.

Black Friday 2017 – FULL AD SCAN

Complete coverage of H&H Shooting Sports Black Friday 2017 Ads & H&H’s Black Friday deals info.

H&H Shooting Sports has a better way to do Black Friday, with our doors opening at 9 AM on Friday morning. So rush in, stock up, and save big on great deals storewide. Starting on Black Friday they’ve got special door-buster savings on Firearms, Safes, Accessories, Knives, optics and more! Get the Champion Model T Safe for $599, and the Walther PPS M2 9mm is now just $339. All Pietta Cowboy Action Revolvers are now $175 OFF. Plus everything from Browning will be at least 10% OFF storewide.

H&H Shooting Sports will be open during normal store hours, 9am – 9pm on Black Friday. We understand that other stores will be opening earlier, some even on Thanksgiving Day. We want to ensure that our team members and their families get a chance to enjoy their Thanksgiving celebrations. We will see you at 9am!

Black Friday Ad 2017 Outside Pages

Black Friday Ad 2017 Inside Pages

View our full Black Friday ad online now, and look for it in Thanksgiving Day’s edition of The Oklahoman’s newspaper.





The 2015 H&H Shooting Sports Black Friday ad is here! This is the ad that will appear in The Oklahoman on Thanksgiving day. Their are many more items that will be on sale, that simply wouldn’t fit into the ad. H&H Shooting Sports will be closed Thanksgiving Day, but will be open from 9AM to 9PM on Black Friday. Doors will open again on Saturday at 9AM, and they’ll remain open until 9PM. The sale prices will continue to be honored on Sunday from 9AM to 6PM.  This is a 3 Day Sales event, however all items are available while supplies last.

H&H Shooting Sports Black Friday Ad 2015
Black Friday Ad insert for H&H Shooting Sports. Many more items on sale in store than what would fit in the ad. Join us Friday, Saturday and Sunday
2015 Black Friday Ad - Guns - Page 2
Select firearms on sale at H&H Shooting Sports for Black Friday. Many more on sale.
2015 Black Friday Sales Ad H&H Shooting Sports Archery & Reloading
Archery & Reloading Specials for Black Friday at H&H Shooting Sports. Editors Note: There will be no limit on the Standard Ammo in .45 ACP & .380
2015 Black Friday Ad H&H Shooting Sports Optics & Safes
Safes and Optics on special for Black Friday at H&H Shooting Sports
2015 Black Friday Sales Ad H&H Shooting Sports Safes
Gun Safes and biometric safes on sale at H&H Shooting Sports for Black Friday
2015 Black Friday Ad H&H Shooting Sports Knives & Ammo
Knives and Ammo Specials at H&H Shooting Sports for Black Friday
2015 Black Friday Sales Ad H&H Shooting Sports - Guns
Select Handguns on sale at H&H Shooting Sports for Back Friday, and ALL used guns 20% OFF.
2015 Black Friday Sales Ad H&H Shooting Sports Accessories
Great Gift Ideas at H&H Shooting Sports – Find the perfect gift for the shooter in your life.



The Federal Bureau of Investigation released the background check statistics for September 2014 and it was the second biggest month in the system’s 16-year history.

According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, which adjusts the raw figure to more accurately represent gun sales, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System reviewed 1,024,272 potential gun buyers last month. Although that figure is down 1 percent compared to September 2013, the adjusted number is still higher than all other September before it.

The adjusted NICS data were derived by subtracting out NICS purpose code permit checks used by several states such as Connecticut, Illinois and Utah for CCW permit application checks as well as checks on active CCW permit databases.

Though not a direct correlation to firearms sales, the NSSF-adjusted NICS data provide a more accurate picture of current market conditions. In addition to other purposes, NICS is used to check transactions of firearms sales and transfers on new and used handguns and long guns.

The raw number for September was 1,456, 032, which makes it the third highest in NICS history.

The number of National Instant Background Checks (NICS) run on Black Friday 2013 was the sixth-most in history at 144,758, according to the FBI.

Numbers this year, however, were slightly lower than the 154,873 NICS checks run on Black Friday 2012, which fell right after Mr. Obama was re-elected. Nov. 23, 2012 ranks as the third-highest day ever for NICS checks.
Traditionally, Black Friday has been the biggest day for gun sales. But that changed after the president announced after the Newtown tragedy last December that his second term priority would be gun control.
Two things happened in response. Existing gun owners began stocking up on items that might be banned, and new gun owners entered the market out of fear. About one quarter of all gun sales are to first-time owners, according to a poll of retailers by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF).
The other top four highest days of NICS checks in history were all were in December 2012, according to the FBI.
While every NICS check does not mean a firearm was sold, it correlates closely and is a good indicator of demand. NSSF provides the manufacturing industry a more accurate count of sales activity by subtracting out applications or checks related to carry permits from the total NICS.
NSSF’s adjusted NICS shows that November 2013 was 14 percent lower than the same month in 2012 but 15 percent higher than November 2011.
This means that although the sales peak has crested, the demand floor is much higher than before Mr. Obama was re-elected and started pursuing his agenda on the federal and state level for “assault weapon” and “high capacity” magazine bans.
Each of the first six months of 2013 showed NICS checks higher than the corresponding month in 2012. The numbers slowed in June.
Nevertheless, checks were so much higher in 2013 than the previous year that it is on track to be the highest year in history.
There have already been 19,051,745 checks so far this year, and Christmas shopping is just getting started. Last year, there was a total of 19,592,303.
Put in perspective, the last year that President Bush was in office, there were 12,709,023. NICS checks have risen by more than 50 percent since Mr. Obama has been in the White House.
Mr. Obama has inadvertently become the best gun salesman in history.
Emily Miller is senior editor of opinion for The Washington Times and author of “Emily Gets Her Gun” (Regnery, 2013).