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Shooting glove with web padding

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by JJHACK, Oct 29, 2013.


    JJHACK Well-Known Member

    The web between my thumb and index finger is taking a beating with a S&W 44 mag 329pd I think it's called.

    It's so light weight it's quite harsh to shoot. Who makes those padded shooting gloves. Once this is zeroed it's just a self defence tool but getting loads developed is wearing on my hand.
  2. Paul7

    Paul7 Well-Known Member

    Gold's Gym weightlifting gloves, less than $9 at Wal-Mart.
  3. cougarman

    cougarman Well-Known Member

    I know the problem. I have been thinking of getting a weight lifting glove to take care of the same problem. I think it would work and not cost too much. Might find one at the local WalMart.
  4. Mango88

    Mango88 Well-Known Member

  5. plateshooter

    plateshooter Well-Known Member

    Fingerless gloves for riding bicycles work great for me. Padding is in just the right places.
  6. bainter1212

    bainter1212 Well-Known Member

    +1 on the bicycling gloves. I use some of these as well and they work great.

    JJHACK Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the ideas guys, great options to try.

    I really have no need for this 329PD would sell it in a heartbeat. It's so light it feels like a toy. The trigger is fantastic, the quality is fantastic, it's really just wonderful. Too bad I already have a Mountain gun. I just am not clicking with this one as I thought I would. I keep going back to the Mountain gun.

    It is sweet to carry! it's like nothing at all it's so light!
  8. boom boom

    boom boom Well-Known Member

    Used weightlifting fingerless gloves and Past shooting gloves. Weightlifting gloves are cheaper, do the same job, and easier to take off. Past gloves protect a bit more of your fingers if you are concerned about that and fit tightly.

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