it seems like a good site and im going to email them, but im not sure if thir thin enough. im looking for practicly paper thin so i have no or very little loss of sensitivity when using a light trigger pull.
January 1, 2003, 03:09 PM
Frankly, if you are looking for a good thin shooting gloves, you're essentially describing a driving glove. Lok into that. I know a couple of manufacturers that market their driving gloves under a different label as shooting gloves.
January 2, 2003, 01:59 AM
Have a look at the Hatch Operator glove.
Have used mine for everything imaginable the last few weeks.
Shooting, loading mags, putting on snow chains etc.
They hold up realy well, and are thin enough to even wear while turning single pages in phone- and other books. :)
If thats not good enough, you can cut off the trigger finger, without the rest of the glove coming apart.
They are great to wear, I don't get cold fingers (chilly but not cold) even when they are wet and it was 19F (-7C) outside. When it got below -10C I have to use other gloves. :uhoh:
They are available from Hatch (http://www.hatch-corp.com) with both long and short sleeves.
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