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#195224 - 10/29/18 09:43 AM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: adbhowler]
Randy M
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If you just want something that fits snug and gives you excellent grip, how about receiver gloves (as in football). This is what I use and they work awesome.
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#195310 - 11/01/18 06:20 PM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: Randy M]
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Found these on Amazon. Look pretty good for the money. I ordered a pair for my next hunting trip.

HIKEMAN Tactical Army Military Gloves Rubber Hard Knuckle Outdoor Full Finger Touch Screen Gloves for Men Fit for Cycling Motorcycle Hunting Shooting Hiking Camping Airsoft Paintball.

$13.96
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#195350 - 11/02/18 09:20 PM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: Sawfish]
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I had horrible luck with Cabelas shooting gloves. The palm ripped out, after just a few trips to the range. Then, they gave me the run around about warranty. Haven?t bought anything from Cables since.
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#195363 - 11/03/18 04:34 PM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: linebaugh]
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Impact resistant gloves when working with jack-hammers is the best solution I`ve found.. Like the original Uncle Mikes
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#195398 - 11/04/18 09:32 PM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: jamesfromjersey]
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I've got a pair of Caldwell shooting gloves. They're cheap, but they take the sting out of my Optima pistol.
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#196593 - 12/13/18 07:16 PM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: adbhowler]
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I have a PAST I've had for years. I don't use it all the time but it helps with some calibers. I look at it as a tool just like a pod, sticks, etc. if it helps your shooting and / or makes shooting more enjoyable use it. By the way, I'm new to this site but not to handguns. I noticed this while reading some these great stories.

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#197533 - 02/01/19 06:35 AM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: RSW]
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I also tried shooting gloves from Cabela's but didn't liked them at all. Less protection than Pro Aims and leather in contact area is slippery especially while shooting during cold weather.
Best results I got with Pro Aims - thin rubber lines on palm secures the grip, material is more suitable for winter (but not for too cold weather), reduce recoil feel(I am using FA .454). My concern was that I will have an issue with trigger feel with full finger gloves but I was wrong.
Only downside is that Pro Aim do not have 2nd knuckle protection and after few rounds I start feeling the pain - not much but noticeable
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#197574 - 02/04/19 06:22 AM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: Igor]
sw282
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l prefer Hi Flex work gloves. They have non slip palm surfaces too.

The cuffs are a bit restrictive and get whacked off with scissors.


Edited by sw282 (02/04/19 06:23 AM)

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#197580 - 02/04/19 07:56 AM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: sw282]
adbhowler
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Actually picked up a pair of the ProAim gloves and they have been working great. Like the feel and they seem to be holding up well after several hundred full house loads. Thanks for all the feedback, you folks are great.
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#197583 - 02/04/19 10:11 AM Re: Shooting Glove Recommendations [Re: adbhowler]
Whitworth
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 Originally Posted By: adbhowler
Actually picked up a pair of the ProAim gloves and they have been working great. Like the feel and they seem to be holding up well after several hundred full house loads. Thanks for all the feedback, you folks are great.


They should serve you well for a long time to come. I put my first pair through years of massive abuse.
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