Join us for a Basic Handgun Safety and Shooting Fundamentals course. This course will introduce the novice shooter to handgun fundamentals. Our training class will mix classroom presentation and live-fire exercises with the emphasis placed on firearm safety, handling, and marksmanship. This is an excellent course for beginners and first-time shooters, but it is also beneficial for anyone who wants to brush up on their safety and technique. Cost: $100 per student. H&H has all required equipment available for rent or sale. Please come early if you need to purchase or rent equipment, handgun, or ammo. Registration can be done online: Click HERE

 

 

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Attend a U.S. Law Shield seminar at H&H!

Attend a FREE U.S. Law Shield seminar at H&H!
Attention H&H Guests,
You’re invited to attend our Situational Awareness Training Seminar on Tuesday September 26th, sponsored by our friends at U.S. Law Shield.

Just like your proficiency with a firearm, having the ability to understand and assess your surroundings is essential to your survival. Gain the training you need by learning to read your environment, assess your options, and react efficiently at a Situational Awareness Seminar. Being truly aware of your surroundings is critical to your safety, and the safety of your loved ones. Register now, and strengthen your skills.

If you bring a friend, someone who is new to the US Law Shield seminars there will be no charge to attend.

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 mention this blog post when you come on Tuesday night!
Situational Awareness Workshop
Tuesday September 26, 2017
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 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.
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Attention H&H Guests,
You’re invited to attend our Situational Awareness Training Seminar on Friday June 23rd, sponsored by our friends at U.S. Law Shield.
Just like your proficiency with a firearm, having the ability to understand and assess your surroundings is essential to your survival. Gain the training you need by learning to read your environment, assess your options, and react efficiently at a Situational Awareness Seminar. Being truly aware of your surroundings is critical to your safety, and the safety of your loved ones. Register now, and strengthen your skills.

We will be giving away 3 seats to an Oklahoma Self Defense Act (Concealed Carry) Class at H&H, and several copies of the new Armed and Educated books during this seminar. If you bring a friend, someone who is new to the US Law Shield seminars there will be no charge to attend.

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 FRIEND when signing up!
Firearms Law Workshop
Friday June 23rd, 2017
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 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.

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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.

Gun Dog Training: The DIY Method

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When you get your new gun dog, you have a decision to make when it comes to their pup: professional or personal training. A Labrador Retriever that’s already trained costs upward of $3,000 depending on where you get it, according to gundogsonline.com. Training classes for your new pup will cost up to $700 or more per month or could be paid for by the hour. Needless to say, Fido can turn into quite a big investment.

You can save some money and personalize your dog’s training by teaching him yourself. Doing the training yourself is not only a great experience for both you and your dog, but will also serve as the start of a lifelong partnership and friendship. Keep in mind these four critical aspects of training and rest will be easy.

Know Their Genetic Tendencies

When choosing the right dog, consider what breeds are best for your living arrangement and needs. Beagles are known for their hunting pedigrees, but also for their incessant howling. American Fox Hounds are also great hunting companions, but need a lot of exercise and open space. When choosing your gun dog, make certain it will be able to adapt to your home environment.

An apartment is not the best home for a Fox Hound or Brittany Spaniel. Likewise, a quiet, suburban neighborhood is not an ideal home for a Beagle because of the noise factor. However, there are ways to train your dog — whatever the breed — so they fit in better with your lifestyle and family. For example, some owners utilize dog training collars to reinforce the “quiet” command and keep neighbors happy.

Introduction To Water

If you plan on hunting waterfowl, you should introduce your pup to water around the eight-week mark, suggests gamebirdhunts.com. It’s best to start in a small wading pool so the dog is not overwhelmed or shy about getting in. You may have to get into the water yourself before the dog will follow. Taking your dog on a boat ride is a great way to get him acclimated to the water. If you don’t boat often, make sure you know the regulations for boating in your area. For example, in Wisconsin you need a boating safety certificate to operate a motorized watercraft, and you can get one online at sites like BoaterExam.com. Taking your dog out on the water when he is young can be a huge benefit. Teach the dog that water is fun and a big part of what is to come in his life.

Discharging Weapons

The worst possible position you can put your dog in is taking him on his first hunting trip without first exposing him to the sound of gun fire. This is the best way to cause your dog to become gun-shy (startled by the sound) and will create a major headache for you trying to cure it. Most experienced hunters believe gun-shyness is a man-made phenomenon due to improper introduction of gun report noise to the dog.

Avoid firing guns while the pup is eating or drinking. Start out with a smaller caliber and discharge from a distance to see their reaction. If the dog is not bothered, move closer for the next shot. Some dogs will even associated the site of a gun with fear if the first time they hear it discharged is also the first time they see one. Place a rifle (or toy rifle if you have kids) near the dog’s food bowl so it can associate it with something good. This entire experience will be fun and educational for your dog if done correctly.

Introduction To Game

As with gun fire, you do not want to destroy your pup’s confidence by making him chase down an animal that is much faster and larger than he is. The best training method for small game hunting is to have him chase a rabbit or clipped-winged pigeon around a confined area. The key is to build its confidence to ultimately start tackling larger game.

Training your dog can be as fulfilling as the hunts themselves. The more disciplined you are in training, the more disciplined the dog will be while hunting.

National Rifle Association

Through the first three quarters of 2013, the National Rifle Association’s Program Materials Center has processed a record 46,000 transactions, selling 850,000 units of training materials.
The Program Materials Center is the NRA’s source for firearm training handbooks and videos, shooting aides, medals, program apparel and more. More than 90% of the center’s transactions are for NRA’s firearm education and training courses taught by certified instructors throughout the United States. The most sought-after materials are for NRA’s pistol-based courses, predominantly NRA Basic Pistol, FIRST Steps Pistol Orientation, and Basic Personal Protection in the Home.
“Our Program Materials Center is an invaluable resource to the more than 116,000 dedicated instructors who ensure the National Rifle Association is the United States’ top provider of firearms training,” said Bill Poole, Managing Director of NRA’s Education and Training Division. “Without the support of our instructors, we would not be able to help so many Americans enjoy their Second Amendment rights in a safe and responsible manner.”
Visit the NRA Program Materials Center website at http://materials.nrahq.org/go/home.aspx. Contact the Whit Fentem, Manager of NRA General Operations Inventory Management at wfentem@nrahq.org.
Logo courtesy National Rifle Association