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**Wanted - Glove w/ Bulit In Palm Swell**

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by SevenMaryThree, May 6, 2011.

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  1. SevenMaryThree

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    I am looking for shooting gloves that have a palm swell built into the right hand.

    Who makes them and where can I get them? Thanks!
     
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    have you tried a golf glove?
     
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    gripswell
     
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    Ditto: Gripswell. Find them on line. Great gloves.
     
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    I used to get inexpensive shooting gloves (like at Gander Mt) and make a palm swell with moleskin.

    Turn glove inside-out, put on opposite hand. Position small round patch in middle of the correct area, then each succeeding patch is larger until you build it up to where it's comfortable. Reverse glove again and put it on shooting hand and try it to see if it's okay.

    I did that for years to shoot guns without a palm swell or one not big/comfortable enough. Don't have to do it any more now that I have my Krieghoffs.
     
  6. Ajax

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    Weight lifting gloves have a built up area in the palms.

    Ajax
     
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    I use a "past" pistol shooters glove, works for me. buy from midwayusa.com.
    Woody
     
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    I have a pair like you are looking for. They are made by Pavillion.
     
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    Gripswell are the best I've owned. Get them through Gameliels or direct from Gripswell.
    Jesse
     
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    Ditto on Gripswell, love them even with a stock with a small palmswell.
     
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    Gripswell -- great gloves, reasonably priced.

    Pete
     
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    This guy has Gripswell gloves

    1-815-942-2788 - URL: http://www .gungenie.com - Email: gotahavit@comcast.net. Contact: Norman Gilmoure
     
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    Ggo to the auto shop and ask about impact gloves. I just used to shoot a 454 casull and I,m glad I did. Pete
     
  14. Bob Merkov

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    Someone gave me a pair of fingerless gloves with palm swell and he told me he used gloves like that when he rode his (peddle power) bike. Try looking in a cycle shop.

    Bob M.
     
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