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.
So you’re finally going to the range, the gunsmith or you are day dreaming about buying a new LWRC rifle – whatever brings you in we are glad you went. During your visit, we would just like to remind you of one incredibly important thing. Guns are welcome on premises (duh) however please keep ALL weapons holstered unless need arises – in such case, judicious marksmanship is appreciated! So keep it holstered there Huckleberry. Here at H&H, or any gun store for that matter, your firearm needs to stay in its holster, box, or range bag until you are out on the range at the firing line. Most, if not all, gun stores and ranges emphasize this policy, so whenever you pull out your firearm in the middle of the retail section you break the air of safety that we care so much about.
“Oh! Don’t worry its not like its loaded or anything.” Remember – The 1st Law: The Gun Is Always Loaded. Accidents can happen at anytime so we do as much as we can to mitigate the risks involved at a gun range.
“Oh don’t worry I’m very careful with it” Okay – that maybe true – but is everyone else careful? How do you know that the firearm is in good working condition, and not broken or damaged in some way to where it could accidentally discharge? Do you know if every one around you is careful? Maybe someone behind you could trip into you and make you drop it. Risk mitigation is every one’s job!
No one at any store wants to look down the business end of a firearm. It doesn’t matter if it is loaded or not. Lets all do our part for safety and remember to always treat every gun as if it is loaded. If you absolutely need to show us a firearm away from the firing line we do have a few options. If the gun that needs to be show is loaded in a holster then take it out onto the range. There, the firearm can be safely removed from your holster, range bag, or case, and locked with the chamber open.
Accidents happen quickly and no amount of “Sorry I didn’t mean it!” can undo what has been done. Always follow the 4 Laws of Gun Safety.
From now until the end of February don’t miss these deals at H&H Shooting Sports. We have the Smith & Wesson M&P Sport II For only $639.99, the Springfield xds 9mm for only $599.99, and the Savage 93V 22 Mag Gator TL for only $349.99. Hurry in for these and many other great deals at Oklahoma’s Headquarters for Guns & Gear.
H&H Shooting Sports, Oklahoma’s place for Guns & Gear. We have over 4000 firearms, ½ million bullets and Shells, 3500 units of knives and blades, and 1200 optics to choose from.
Join us May 29th to June 4th for our Summer Kickoff for great savings, the largest assortment in Oklahoma. Visit our newly expanded Knife Pro Shop, Optics Super Store, and Pistol Department. Imagine looking over 500 different styles in one store!
Come take advantage of all the great summertime deals only at H&H Shooting Sports –
Shoot and Shop at H&H and chances are you’ll discover something exciting. To help guests navigate our store, we put a lot of thought into how things are laid out and organized.
As part of that, we have expanded our Optics Department and our Knife Pro Shop to be front and center, near the entrance of our store. Our Handgun selection has been relocated to be in line with our selection of Long guns near our Gunsmith counter.
We thank our guests all the time for helping us get better at what we do. We’re always listening to your feedback, and it is your thoughts and ideas that help us make H&H Oklahoma’s Shooting Sports Headquarters™.
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.
The third group of Performance Oriented Dealers held their inaugural peer-review meeting with Miles Hall at Oklahoma City’s H&H Shooting Sports. The three firearm dealer P-20 groups consist of retailers from around the country representing more than $300 million in gross sales. In each P-20 group, these performance-oriented dealers share financial data, report buying trends, network and highlight business strategies to increase profits. Popular in other industries, such as the auto industry, these P-20 peer groups are the first of their kind in the shooting industry.
“The P-20 Groups feature dealers that are all in the same boat and are all trying to achieve the same thing: making a profit and growing the sport. It’s a credible peer group. The more you know, the more you can develop a better store – it’s something that drives these performance groups,” Hall said.
Because members in each P-20 Group are not in close geographical proximity to one another – an important stipulation in joining a group – they are not competing for the same guests and can encourage honest growth. Financial information stays within the group, and each member signs a confidentiality agreement prior to joining.
Elected as Chairman of Group 3 was Richard (Dick) Abramson of Centennial Gun Club in Colorado and Vice Chair was Tricia Sisson with The Range at Lake Norman in NC, and The Range at Ballantyne in SC.
As some gun control advocates are pushing for businesses to ban guns in their establishments, one Indiana gun shop owner is pushing back by compiling a list of businesses who have banned guns, essentially helping like-minded consumers to tell these establishments, “No Guns = No Money.”
Steve Ellis, owner of Top Guns in Terre Haute, started No Guns = No Money last week, a Facebook page dedicated to listing businesses that ban guns. The page quickly gained popularity and more than 1,200 “likes” in just over a week.
“What we are hoping to see is that gun enthusiasts will ban together and say look this is a location that doesn’t want our business, and we are going to oblige them and not give them our business,” Ellis toldlocal media.
According to the Facebook page, many Second Amendment supporters continue to frequent establishments that prohibit firearms, only they do so carrying concealed so everyone is none the wiser. However, Ellis said this approach is all wrong and these businesses should be completely boycotted.
“We vote with our money every single day, so what we are doing when we support that business is saying that we are OK with that rule,” Ellis said.
With the help of the page’s fans, the gun free list has grown to more than 40 businesses in states across the country.
Ellis said simply hanging a “No Guns Allowed” sign in the window will not be a deterrent to criminal activities.
“In some ways they feel that putting this sign up it’s going to stop a criminal from coming in and doing something bad. The reality is that the only people they are going to regulate are those of us that are following the rule,” Ellis said.
But not everyone agrees.
“We should all be allowed to carry our guns but you don’t need to carry it inside. Little things can cause big accidents,” said Angel Owen, who said she feels safer when she sees a “No Guns Allowed” sign hanging in the window.
“I just don’t feel like everyone needs to walk inside carrying a gun,” Owen said. “You don’t know what little thing is going to set somebody off and them take out their gun and take care of things.”
The movement is still gaining support, but a similar list compiled by the National Rifle Association, which consisted of both businesses and individuals, including celebrities and politicians, saw similar support last year before being shut down.
Following a ruling by a federal court to allow gun stores in Chicago again, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is proposing strict regulations that include videotaping sales and refusing zoning in 99.5 percent of the city.
This comes after a January 2014 order by Federal Judge Edmond E. Chang, who found that the city’s de-facto 2010 ban on the sale of firearms inside its limits was unconstitutional. Following that order, the mayor requested six months to set up a list of regulations for these vendors.
Now, with more than four months elapsed, the Mayor’s office gave a sneak peak of its proposed tough new ordinance governing gun shops this week.
According to the Chicago Sun Times, this would include setting up special zoning that would limit shops to very narrowly outlined pockets, effectively placing 99.5 percent of the city off limits. Further, the stores could not be located within 500 feet of a park or school.
“There is no question it will be the smartest, toughest regulation on gun stores in the country,” said Janey Rountree, the mayor’s deputy chief of staff for public safety. “It’s designed to prevent gun trafficking and illegal sales in these stores.”
In addition to the restrictions on location, stores would have to video tape gun sales, conduct regular audits, and submit security plans to the Chicago Police Department for review. Moreover, owners would have to allow CPD to inspect their records and ration handgun sales to just one per customer per month.
Those stores found out of compliance could lose their license to operate inside the Windy City for up to three years.
Chicago effectively regulated the few gun stores that remained in the city’s limits in 2010 out of business in an effort to stem the tide of illegal guns available on the streets. Nevertheless, recent data released by CPD show that no less than 6,800 illegal guns were confiscated in the city in 2013 alone.
This is nothing new for the largest city in the Land of Lincoln. Between 2001 and 2012, CPD confiscated over 50,000 illegal firearms.
In 2012, the NYPD, responsible for a city of 8.3-million residents, picked up 3,285 guns and still had active gun shops. By comparison, Chicago cops, in a city of just 2.7-million, hauled in 7,400 guns with no operational shops inside the city.
While the proposed city ordinance has not been released for public review, it is expected to be finalized in coming weeks.
As such, gun rights groups such as the National Rifle Association, are reserving comment.
The deadline for submitting the ordinance is currently set for July 14.
In a continuation of their stellar growth in the shooting sports retail world, H & H Shooting Sports was selected one of the nation’s elite growth sustaining companies by INC Magazine. H&H is one of only two companies based in Oklahoma to be ranked on the list and is the only representative from the entire shooting sports industry. ‘The Build 100’ Project was started by examining data from over 100,000 U.S. midmarket companies (85-999 employees). They then looked at how many of those companies had increased head count in every year from 2007-2012.
“The Build 100 companies, they do know how to create a vision, inspire their employees, innovate effectively, and maintain very close ties to their customers. In short they know how to build” Scott Leibs of INC Magazine stated in their March 2014 issue. “It’s remarkably difficult to sustain growth year after year. These companies are among the elite that have managed to do it even during the worst of times”,
“INC is an impressive and important publication, so this is an honor to our team, operation, and the shooters of our area”, stated Miles Hall Founder & President of H&H. In business since 1981 H&H has been reshaping the way the shooting sports are marketed. The operation has now over 120 staff team members and is still growing. Build100FullList copy