Check out our sale items for the month of December! 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 the gift headquarters fro all the shooters on your list this Christmas. With a wide variety of ammo, firearms, knives and more, H&H has what you need.
Don’t miss the HK VP9 9mm with 4 total mags and a free hat for only $649.99, the Sig Sauer P365 XL is $579.99 and the Smith & Wesson M&P 15-22 Sport with MP100 optic included is now just $374.99
H&H Shooting Sports located just off I-40 & Meridian in OKC – H&H Shooting Sports is Oklahoma’s Headquarters for Guns & Gear.
Join us at H&H Shooting Sports for the fourth annual Oklahoma Custom Knife Show hosted in partnership with the Knife Group Association of Oklahoma. There will be a Blade Sports cutting competition, and forging demonstrations by contestants featured on the hit TV show ”Forged in Fire” including David Mooneyham, Ray Kirk, Paul Happy, Harry Harkins, Billy Helton, Phil Evans, and Jo Smith plus many more!
The H&H Oklahoma Custom Knife Show is free to attend and open to the public, plus you will receive a coupon to use at H&H Shooting Sports with your attendance at the show. Saturday March 3rd from 9am to 4pm
A true story of sacrifice and honor commemorating those SF soldiers who fought and died during the Attleboro operation. Attleboro Knives began to take formation in the middle of 2012 when Ken Hunt and Casey Foster started talking about a knife design. This design would need to meet the demanding requirements of both the serious outdoorsmen as well as those serving our country on the battle field. The knife would need to fit well and be balanced in one’s hand. It also needed to provide excellent performance in the field to become the inaugural knife from Attleboro Knives.
“We wish to recognize one heroic soldier who during this operation epitomizes the spirit of our knife, Master Sergeant William B. Hunt. His heroic actions during the battle led to several saved lives but in the process causing his wounding then his loss.” – Attleboro Knives
The Attleboro Battle Knife Features
Industry leading s35vn stainless steel
Thicker than normal 8-32 hardware
Steel hardness – 55-57 HRC
Overall Knife Length – 9 3/4″
Blade Thickness – .150″
Blade length – 4 1/2″
Spine to Edge – 1 3/8″
Hollow ground blade
Combat utility knife designed by retired Special Forces operators
Ergonomic handle design for maximum comfort and grip
Black Phenolic canvas laminate (black micarta) handle
Practically placed lanyard hole away from glass breaker
Machined grooving in handle for added grip and style
950 Rift is a Warren Osborne design made in Oregon City, Oregon by Benchmade. This amazing knife is made out of quality steel and has great functionality from a utility knife or every day carry knife. The blade is made out of 154 cm stainless steel material that almost four inches long. The functionality of the blades reverse tanto makes the knife perfect for self-defense. The blade comes in with a straight edge and the edge retention is amazing. The billy of the blade is well-rounded enough for cutting.
The locking mechanism on the Rift has the best feeling lock. knowing that its locked into place when the blade is out makes it feel a lot safer when in use. With the ambidextrous controls of the knife the unlocking mechanism makes it simple to use left-handed or right-handed. The downside to the lock is that it does allow more debris to enter the locking mechanism if dropped. With the G10 grips texture makes the knife comfortable in the palm of your hands feeling like the knife is glued in your hands. With the black and charcoal the 950 rift makes it a well attractive knife. The shoulders on the knife are a little rough, but bearable to grip.
For the quality of the 950 Rift the price of the knife makes it worth buying. You will not be disappointed when knowing that you have purchased an outstanding knife from a reputable company like Benchmade. The knife is extremely simple, sleek, and durable making it a reliable folding knife. Although it’s in benchmades tactical knife classification it’s not tactical at all, except the look. The 950 Rift is still a great functioning knife with a great blade and locking mechanism.
Join us on March 14th from 9am – 4pm for the annual Knifemakers Group of Oklahoma Custom Knife Show, hosted for the first time at
H&H Shooting Sports. World renown knife makers from all over Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas will be selling their custom knives. Come see famous knife makers Bill Kennedy, Whiskers Allen, Ray Kirk,Bill Coue, and many others. Visit the KGA website for further details.
Two of Knife Rights requested Knife Law Reform bills passed a major hurdle Thursday in Oklahoma. House Bill 1460 (Knife Rights’ Knife Law Preemption bill) passed the Oklahoma House Public Safety Committee by a vote of 8-1 and House Bill 1911 (Knife Rights’ Switchblade Ban Repeal bill) passed by a vote of 9-1. Both bills will now head to the House floor for a vote before they head to the Senate.
Knife Rights would like to thank Don Spencer, Vice-President of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association, for working closely with us in support of these important knife law reforms
Knife Law Preemption prevents a patchwork of local ordinances more restrictive than state law which only serve to confuse or entrap law-abiding citizens traveling within or through the state. Preemption ensures citizens can expect consistent enforcement of state knife laws everywhere in a state.
Knife Law Preemption is Knife Rights’ signature legislative initiative and is the essential foundation for improving knife laws and protecting knife owners. Knife Rights passed the nation’s first Knife Law Preemption bill in Arizona in 2010 and has since passed preemption bills in Georgia, Kansas, New Hampshire, Tennessee and Utah.
Automatic (switchblade) knives are legal in 38 states (some with restrictions) and 26 states have no restrictions whatsoever on these knives. Seven of those 26 states have been added by Knife Rights since 2010. Knife Rights passed the nation’s first repeal of a switchblade knife ban in 2010 in New Hampshire and has since passed repeal of switchblade bans (and repealed other knife restrictions) in Alaska, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. In Washington state knifemakers can now legally manufacture automatic knives.
ABOUT KNIFE RIGHTS
Knife Rights (www.KnifeRights.org) is rewriting knife law in America™, aggressively fighting for a Sharper Future™ for all knife owners. Knife Rights is dedicated to providing knife owners an effective voice to influence public policy. In the past four years, Knife Rights has passed pro-knife legislation in 11 states and prevented anti-knife legislation in four states. Knife Rights is also the lead plaintiff in a federal civil rights lawsuit against New York City.
Benchmade Knife Company, manufacturer of premium sports cutlery, unveils an array of new products at the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV.
In addition to fourteen new models and a new mechanism with the Ambidextrous Push-Button, Benchmade will also unveil its new iconography guide to better assist customers in navigating the Benchmade portfolio of products.
The Ambidextrous Push-button mechanism is the latest innovation from Benchmade that is highlighted by its functionality and strength and will be offered in an assisted-opening configuration and an automatic-opening configuration.
Along with this new mechanism Benchmade will also unveil a new out-the-front (OTF) automatic (3320 Pegan), two new large fixed blades (153BK Jungle Bolo and the 154BK Jungle Clip-point), a new fixed blade water knife (112 H2O) and a push-button automatic with G10 handle scales (4300).
HK Knives, a part of the Benchmade portfolio, will introduce a mixture of new models and new color variants for existing models.
You can experience all these new products at the Benchmade booth (#10357) this week at the 2015 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV going on January 20th through the 23rd.
DPx Gear Expands its DPx HEFT™ Knife Line with The CHOP™, a Combination Wood Splitter, Axe,
Machete and Razor Sharp Camp Tool
LAS VEGAS, NV – January 20, 2015 – DPx Gear is expanding its DPx HEFT (Hostile Environment Field Tool) line with the DPx HEFT 12 CHOP, the multi-use wilderness knife for expeditions and hard use. The DPx HEFT 12 CHOP Fixed is the only hard use tool you need for your expedition. Made in Italy by LionSTEEL featuring Sleipner stainless steel, ergonomic G10 scales, and a flattened blade tip perfect for battoning. MSRP for this model is $256.25.
DPx Gear will be exhibiting in booth 3161 with prototypes of this knife available for viewing.
*specifications subject to change without notice.
About DPx Gear
Founded in 2008 by explorer, author and adventurer, Robert Young Pelton, DPx Gear, Inc. designs, tests and builds hard use equipment for special operations, expeditions and law enforcement. Learn more at www.dpxgear.com.