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Top Three Shooting Gloves out there...

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Smokechaser, Feb 21, 2012.

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  1. Smokechaser

    Smokechaser TS Member

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    I want to stock a few gloves for trap shooting in my small shop. I do not, however, want to invest a fortune stocking too many different gloves. In your opinion, what would be a good glove to offer for sale to customers. I need gloves I can be assured will get the job done and last at least a season or two of hard use.....thanks in advance for your advice....
     
  2. Rich219

    Rich219 Active Member

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    It isn't a "shooting glove" but I was in love with my Under Armour glove liners until my dog got a hold of them last night. They lasted me 2 years and I probably could had gotten another year out of them.
     
  3. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    #1) Gun Gloves Summer Weight<br>
    #2) Gun Gloves Standard Weight<br>
    #3) Bob Allen<br>


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  4. spitter

    spitter Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    Bob Allen offers a variety of competitively priced gloves... I wear gloves year around... I recommend the "shotgunner" gloves. Lightweight, washable and are good for a year or more of regular use... longer if I rotate them with another pair...

    At their price point, you have to expect a somewhat limited life span...
    my experience,

    Jay
     
  5. George MT.

    George MT. Moderator Staff Member

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    I really like the Beretta Trident Glove.Wet or Dry they have always worked well for me.
     
  6. skeeljc

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    Gun glove summer weight.

    Jim Skeel<br>
    P/W Dealer/Distributor
     
  7. GrandpasArms

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    I've tried other but my favorite is Grip Swell. They have a palm swell built in that is perfect for me. The glove has holes in it but is oddly warm in the winter. They are washable - a few times. My kids get me a pair every other Christmas.

    Number two would be the work gloves at Home Depot.

    Larry
     
  8. Auctioneer

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    Golf and batting gloves and maybe riding gloves.
     
  9. Blueraven81

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    My Boys wear FootJoy WinterSof Golf Gloves.

    They are in their second winter season with them and they look as good as new. If they lost them, I'd replace them with the same glove.

    They retail for $22.


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  10. pullbangloss

    pullbangloss Active Member

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    Under Armour.

    Matt Ski
     
  11. Grayson Mayne

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    Nike batters gloves wet or dry no slip grip and very well priced. I like under armour but they are not quite as sensitive in my opinion. Neither of the above are for extreme cold weather shooting but then I don't shoot in that kind of weather. Forty seven degrees is about my limit.
     
  12. shot410ga

    shot410ga Well-Known Member

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    Golf, Golf, Golf, maybe Batting. The rest are a waste.
     
  13. mooshkat

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    Under Armour, got mine at Dicks
     
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    I've gone thru several pairs of summer weight gun gloves. They didn't hold up. Just got a set of Cabelas Pittards--they put the gun glove to shame. The leather on a gun glove would get slick & it would cause me to release a trigger too soon.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
  15. Calkidd

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    <i>The leather on a gun glove would get slick & it would cause me to release a trigger too soon.</I>

    WHAT!?!?

    Y'all go ahead and spend the $35+ on "shooting" gloves. I'll stick with my $20 batting gloves. So far Under Armour has been the best for me.

    Bryan.
     
  16. spitter

    spitter Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    Smokechaser...

    What kind of business is your "small shop"?! If its multiple sports, then adding a golf or batting glove may fit in OK... but if your operation is shooting only or shooting/fishing... wouldn't you want a product or products from a shooting sports vendor?!

    I'm not suggesting the recommendations from non-shooting companies are not valid, but consider the whole picture for your operation.

    Jay
     
  17. AlanM

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    Try M G golf gloves. They are inexepensive and are Cabereta leather nice and soft. I have been using them for several years. The best part is when you buy them you get two for the price of one.

    Alan
     
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