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WHAT BRAND WINTER SHOOTING GLOVES DO YOU USE?

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  1. senior smoke

    senior smoke Well-Known Member

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    HELLO:
    i normally use bob allen's winter shooting glove. the place i normally purchase them are out. they are getting to be pricey. i use them for shooting and everything else, they usually last me 1 year before the fingers start to split by the seam. what other brands are thin, so you can feel the trigger, plus keep you some what warm?
    thanks,
    steve balistreri
     
  2. Charlie Becknell

    Charlie Becknell Well-Known Member

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    I have some that I bought form Cabelas that are called Windstoppers and they are really nice to shoot in and they are thin. With Global warming I don't get to use them in temps below about 25F.

    Charlie
     
  3. djpk69

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    Try any WINTER golf glove. But in my case (Ohio,January,-10) I can't find ANY glove that keeps my fingers from being NUMB.You can get WINTER GOLF GLOVES for under $20.
     
  4. Dr. Honk

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    Steve,
    I also use winter golf gloves for shooting in Upstate NY. We have been having 17-30 degrees of global warming here for the past two weeks.
    I wait until they go on sale at Dick's and can get them for less than $20.00 a pair.

    Dr. Honk
     
  5. blazer49

    blazer49 TS Member

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    Gloves, gloves, I don't need no stinking gloves. Shoot in Sunnyvale California.
     
  6. Force Break

    Force Break TS Member

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    I have used Franklin Batting Gloves for shooting in the winter and summer.
     
  7. pendennis

    pendennis Well-Known Member

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    The Footjoy winter gloves work fine, although the new ones are a different design than last year's.

    Dennis
     
  8. perga1

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    Browning, when I lived up North.jrm
     
  9. MTA Tom

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    The Gun Glove is the best shotgun shooting glove bar none, long lasting and available in half sizes from 8 to 12.
     
  10. Bird Grinder

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    I have tried just about every winter shooting glove ever made, Bob Allen,Browning,Gun Glove and Cabelas. The best glove I've found is the Grip Swell insulated GSI-PLPR,Deluxe Plain. These are the plain pair without the grip swell. I'm from northern Ohio and I shoot all winter long. These gloves look bulky when you put them on but you can feel the gun just as good as the Bob Allens.
     
  11. senior smoke

    senior smoke Well-Known Member

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    some great ideas.
    steve
     
  12. Onceabum

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    I use Boxing Gloves. They keep my hands warm but for some reason I shoot slower than normal.

    BB
     
  13. pendennis

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    Booger Blue - I bet they come in real handy when the scorer calls a miss, when you know you saw a chip.

    <):~)

    Best,
    Dennis
     
  14. gotbass

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    Booger - I am thinking that you started wearing them to try and break that nasty nose picking habit.
     
  15. Shooting Coach

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    Another vote for Gun Glove. I have summer wt and winter wt. :^)
     
  16. winchesterm12

    winchesterm12 TS Member

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    I like NIKE golf gloves they really let you get a grip on the gun. I find that most shooting gloves are to slick and cause muscle fatigue in my hands after 75-100 rounds not with the nikes
     
  17. eperry

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    In upstate NY it is cold, I have tried gun glove, bob allen, cabelas, and browning, all do not keep my hands warm even with liners. A few years ago I got A pair of snowboarding gloves from Eastern Mountain sports, they are the best, have no problems with dexterity because they are form fitting and have gripper fingers and palms so the gun doesn't slip.
     
  18. djpk69

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    Eperry........where did you find these?
     
  19. MAL-53

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    Bob Allens For a long time. ML
     
  20. kraiza

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    Bob Allen or GunGlove work just fine for me in Up State NY.
     
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