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Shooting glove recommendations

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Blueraven81, Jan 9, 2011.

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  1. Blueraven81

    Blueraven81 TS Member

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    My Boys are starting trap practice in 3 weeks and I'm looking for a recommendation for a decent cold weather shooting glove.

    This trap season is going to cost me enough as it is, so I'm not looking for anything made of mink:).

    Something under $30 is preferred.

    Thanks,
    Craig
     
  2. Blueraven81

    Blueraven81 TS Member

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    Looks like Footjoy Wintersof gets the most votes.

    Thanks all,
    Craig
     
  3. yvonne

    yvonne Banned User Banned

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    I have 2 pair of GUN GLOVES for sale. $25 per pair, including shipping. $20 per pair if you buy both!
     
  4. RMR

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    go to Filson.com. They make a nice light weight but warm shooting glove- got a pair for my daughter and she loves them

    RMR
     
  5. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    I just go with a golf glove and put a heat pad on the hands back so it doesnt interfere with my grip or trigger finger
     
  6. rocko

    rocko Member

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    I hate to say it but Golf gloves are better than shooting gloves and a bit cheaper.
     
  7. PAR8HED

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    I went to golf gloves to keep hands dry during the hot summer days. Now can't shoot without them. Not the warmest thing in the winter, but better than nothing.
    HJH
     
  8. Two Dogs

    Two Dogs Well-Known Member

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    The best advice I can give to you is let them shoot with bare hands. If they start shooting with gloves in the winter, they will want to use them in the warm weather also.Look around, very few of the top shooters wear gloves.
    One day they will forget them, or lose them, than right away they will not be able to shoot well because their glove are not on....NO GLOVES.....
     
  9. chipking

    chipking TS Member

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    PM to you Yvonne

    --- Chip King ---
     
  10. Ray Collins

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    I just bought a pair of Nike winter golf gloves at Edwin Watts for $20.
    They are thin enough to feel the trigger and the golf grip. Should work OK.

    Doc
     
  11. kraiza

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    Bob allen work for me.
     
  12. SMOKEIT

    SMOKEIT Well-Known Member

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    I have been looking at European Olympic Trap shooting Videos. I don't see many of them using gloves. I would guess that 90% do not use gloves......SMOKIT
     
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