H & H was awesome

runawaygun762

Well-Known Member
I'm in Missouri, but spent the night in OKC visiting my son. Because of this forum, I knew H&H when I saw the store while we drove by. My wife made me leave my wallet in the truck with her when I went in, which was probably a good thing. That store is amazing. I was looking for a MatchSaver for my shotgun, but it was one of the few items that store doesn't have. Prices were very reasonable (I'm used to ordering from Midway or going to Bass Pro in Springfield, MO) compared to the vast majority of gun stores I've been to. I was eyeing those orange steel poppers and gong pretty hard, but I knew the wife wouldn't let me get away with those.

I ended up buying a Lyman case tumbler and jug of media, and even with that purchase, I was impressed. One of the guys there, Zeke (sp) took time out to talk to me about treating media with mineral spirits and car polish, and a couple other reloading topics. I really appreciated that help. I'm not new to reloading, but I've never polished my bases before, so it was good to have someone offer that advice.

I know one case tumbler and some ground walnut purchased directly as a result of this forum doesn't pay back the sponsorship cost, but rest assured I will be telling everybody at the ranges about your store. Great job on the store and hopefully next time I'm in the area I'll get a chance to shop around some more and find things I just "have to have".
 

Matt1911

Cyrwus Jr.
I've bought a year's salary worth of stuff in there over the years.
They've grown so much it's hard to remember how small they were when I was a kid.
 

FRISKY

Member
Matt Rigsby said:
I've bought a year's salary worth of stuff in there over the years.
They've grown so much it's hard to remember how small they were when I was a kid.
Was the indoor range just west of Council on Norhtwest 10th their first store?
 

Matt1911

Cyrwus Jr.
FRISKY said:
Was the indoor range just west of Council on Norhtwest 10th their first store?
It's always been off Meridian as far as I can remember.
I may have been in there when it was on council, but probably too young to really remember it. My dad always took us kids to whatever gun shop was around wherever we may have been driving that day.
 

Jeff T.

Well-Known Member
Yellow/tan metal building west of council, north side of NW 10th street. That's where it started.


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