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Cold weather shooting gloves

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Recoil Problems, Jan 7, 2012.

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  1. Recoil Problems

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    Any advice on where one can purchase good quaility cold weather gloves
     
  2. kraiza

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    Bob Allen makes a good pair of winter gloves.
     
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    google "police gloves".

    Lots of internet stores selling excellent cold weather gloves to LEO's.

    HM
     
  4. Bazooka Joe

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    I have a pair of Browning that are great
     
  5. Dave P

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    Is there any fact to the idea of putting a small heating patch on the inside of your wrist held by a sweat band. The thinking being that your blood flows toward your finger and is warmed up?????????
     
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    Some golf gloves that are sold in pairs work well. I have a pair of footjoy gloves that are fairly warm but still allow a good gun feel. They put the insulation on the back of the glove but not any on the inside of the fingers.
     
  7. Michael Wascom

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    They don't make such a thing as a warm winter shooting glove....really

    The best I've come up with is thinsulate lined leather shooting gloves with hand warmers on the back side of my hands.

    And we have propane heaters to warm our hands between rounds at each trap field.
     
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    www.manzella.com

    Lots to choose from. I have been extremely happy with my pair.
     
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    A good pair of thick ice fishing mittens works well, with thin thermax liners. Take off the mitts when it's your turn to squad up! [leave on the liners] Bill
     
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    I will second the winter weight Footjoy golf gloves. Nice gun feel.

    Ed
     
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    How come no one mentions the GripSwell? They're pricey but well made and reinforced at wear points.
     
  12. Bob Merkov

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    Dave P,

    Is there any fact to the idea of putting a small heating patch on the inside of your wrist held by a sweat band. The thinking being that your blood flows toward your finger and is warmed up?????????

    When it gets cold, I put a small heating pad on the top of each hand after I put my gloves on. It does keep them warm. Just be sure you open them about 15-20 minutes prior to going out for your first round to give the pads time to heat up.

    Bob M.
     
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