I am not taking this bug lightly, but for safety and security reasons anyone entering the store will remove the mask and gloves while in the store. I didn't make this choice lightly or do I want to see anyone getting sick but I felt I needed to do things this way. I have been cleaning the store as we have been advised to do in order to protect everyone the best I can.
At this time Governor Wolf has allowed Gun Store to remain open, as long as we take precautions.
Hillbilly Shootin Irons will continue with our regular set hours of operation but will be limiting access
to only 2 clients at a time. This will allow Russ time to clean between clients keeping everyone as safe as possible.
Russ has spent a lot of time reloading and restocking the shelves so please call or stop by the store. Please know that it is not Hillbilly Shootin Irons policy to ever hold ammo for anyone.
In 1990, Russ started Hillbilly Shootin Irons in the Pocono Mountains of PA, offering hand-loaded ammunition to the Stroudsburg area. Since that time the business has grown and moved to its current location of Slatington, Pa. Russ has grown from doing about 12 calibers to nearly 180 calibers of hand-loaded ammunition as well as custom ammunition, made to order. At the store, Russ also stocks both new and used reloading equipment, ready to use brass and over 100 sets of used dies. Russ also uses his own hard cast bullets and will never sacrifice quality to produce quantity.
Welcome to the Hillbilly News section, where you will find updates about Hillbilly Shootin Irons, events, sales, and product.
If we are having a sale on ammunition such as Russ's hand loaded ammo, or if Russ is going to be setting up a mobile shop at one of the area's gun shows, this is the spot to be.