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Shooting glove recommendations.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by buenhec, Jul 15, 2008.

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  1. buenhec

    buenhec Member

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    Can anyone recommend a good pair of gloves for shooting in the extreme climates of AZ. I was looking at some of those kevlar lined police gloves. It seems these may also provide some protection in case of a KB or such. Also what is better, half finger, full? Any suggestions?
     
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    when i went to shoot my handloads for the first time and i was being a wuss about it... i just put on my mechanix original gloves and they work fine. though you may want a 3/4 finger glove.
     
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    I use Craftsman builders gloves, leather palm and the first two fingers and the thumbs are 3/4 length. Less than $20 at Sears.
     
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    I've tried a number and the only thing I'm comfortable with is Nike baseball
    batting gloves, they provide an excellent grip on pistols as well as bats.:D
     
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    Bicycle gloves at WalMart

    I bought a pair of bicycle gloves from WalMart for less than $10. They really make shooting the Kel-Tecs more pleasant.

    Larry
     
  7. Thernlund

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    +1 to that, although it doesn't have to be Craftsman. Professional framers gloves from Home Depot beat the hell out of pro shooting gloves for what they cost.


    -T.
     
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    Check out smith and wessons web site ,they sell a nice glove with a wrap around wrist support and padding in the right areas, helps a lot when i shoot my .500 and .460
     
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