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    shooting gloves?

    Do you guy's wear shooting gloves when shooting your handguns? If so, what brand/type?
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    Re: shooting gloves?

    Uncle Mike's - Fingerless gloves

    The padding in the palm really helps during those extended shooting sessions.
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    Re: shooting gloves?

    I got a pair of weight lifting gloves at wally world and they work great, at about a third of the cost. Just throw away the one you do not shoot with. Love mine
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    Re: shooting gloves?

    The aggressive grip on the PT145 can wear on my hands. Rather than trying to wrap the grip in a covering... I've left it plain for carry and bought a set of the weight lifting gloves at WalMart too. They have an extra layer of leather in the palm for padding. So I can shoot all I want at the range, and still have the smallest "print" when I carry the gun.
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    Re: shooting gloves?

    I have several different pairs that I rarely wear for regular shooting, even in bad weather. Although I still do practice wearing gloves sometimes just to keep the feel, just incase.
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    2x 24/7 OSS SS 45cal/9mm
    2x PT24/7 9mm standard and 9mm compact
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    PT745 PRO 45
    PT911
    PT908
    PT945 Factory Ported
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    Re: shooting gloves?

    C'mon ladies... when Mr. Bad Guy is breaking into your home, are you gonna have time to slip on your precious piggy protectors?

    I suppose you have driving gloves, golfing gloves, and piano gloves too.



    J/K - I have a pair of these (gotta protect my artists hands):

    http://www.gripswell.com/Pistol_Glove_GS3.htm



    I suppose weight lifting gloves would work too, with all the padding and such.
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    Re: shooting gloves?

    Yes, fingerless PAST.

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    Re: shooting gloves?

    An old pair of cycling gloves do the trick.
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    Re: shooting gloves?

    I sometimes use Driving Gloves, particularly with my AR15A2, or in Winter, other wise not.
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    Shooting Gloves?

    I was curious if anyone here uses shooting gloves and if so which ones.

    I am merging this thread into another "shooting gloves" thread that was resurrected after a 13 year death. DRE
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