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Anything magic about shooting gloves?
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Author:  Bailey Boat [ Mon Oct 26, 2020 8:55 am ]
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Foot Joy "Rain Grip". Sizes to fit anyone, 20.00 per pair so their affordable and last me 2x longer than the Bob Allen "Shotgunner" gloves which cost the same 20.00 per pair....

Author:  bladesmith [ Mon Nov 02, 2020 12:46 pm ]
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I need something thin for double triggers. Would the Foot Joy Rain Grip work?

Author:  cowpoke [ Sun Nov 15, 2020 5:07 pm ]
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Hummy585 wrote:
Myself and some of my squad have been wearing the Mechanix specialty vent. Thin, good fit and I find them a bit sticky so I seem to have a consistent grip on the gun. Reasonably priced, usually less than 25 bux. I'm on my second season with the current pair.


they need to offer those in larger sizes than they do...

seems like they like to stop one size smaller than what I need. :(

Author:  BigDeeeeeeee [ Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:10 am ]
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I like the Giro DND gloves.
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Author:  NTxAg [ Mon Nov 23, 2020 12:23 pm ]
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I don't like to wear gloves, mentally I miss the feel of the wood/metal in my hands, but if I am practicing by myself I wear one on my front hand because the barrels get so damn hot. Also, I wear them in the winter when it gets so cold I can't feel the wood/steel. I have a pair of Mac Wet gloves, they are shooting gloves made in England, I bought them off Amazon and they have been great. They get slightly tacky when wet so that helps and the biggest feature is that have infinitely more sizes than just s/m/l/xl. Go to their website and print off a sizing chart to know exactly what size to get.

Author:  TheOneAW [ Tue Dec 29, 2020 11:30 am ]
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I personally use these https://www.macwet.com/climatec-long-cuff-gloves/ for range days and rough/walk up shooting, in the warmer days no gloves. Thin enough to feel the trigger, could have done with hand warmers at last Sundays shoot though down to about 0c with the wind

Author:  macrae3454 [ Wed Jan 20, 2021 12:59 am ]
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Like OneOunce said, golf gloves on sale. I typically buy them at Walmart and stock up when they have my size-ML. Most stores do not stock many right handed golf gloves. I think I paid about $13 for a pair. I can usually get about one season, maybe a little less. Aside from gun handling, it's nice to have them when hull diving at the sporting clay stations.
Tom

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