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Wrist or No Wrist on Shooting Gloves?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by BerettaNut92, Feb 6, 2003.

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  1. BerettaNut92

    BerettaNut92 Member

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    I'm looking at the Hatch operator gloves because the cheaper Nomex Aviator gloves don't come in my size.

    They also come with one with a cut wrist, any reason to have a longer set of gloves? Keep my carbon fiber watch from being dinged up?
     
  2. Betty

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    I like longer gloves to keep nasty cold drafts from seeping up my coat sleeve.

    I think with some of those Hatch gloves you can remove the stitching in the trigger finger area to expose the finger and not ruin the glove.

    I never did get a pair of Hatch gloves - I found a nice set of long leather gloves (cashmere lined, too! :p ) at Dillard's.
     
  3. Smoke

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    Shooting gloves?

    I've never worn gloves when shooting.

    What are they for?
     
  4. Soap

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    Smoke,

    Cold. :D
     
  5. VaughnT

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    Buy a set of HellStorm gloves. They're much tacticaller; just look at their ads!
     
  6. BerettaNut92

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    Not anymore.

    Look out for urban camo nomex gloves from SkunkTac!
     
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