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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-08-2012, 12:07 AM Thread Starter
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Shooting Gloves for Range Shooting- Handguns

Can anyone reccomend a thin leather shooting glove/gloves for range shooting of my revolvers and pistols? Preferably the kind with exposed finger tips, but would consider full fingered as well if thin enough. The thinner the better. Thanks.

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Not saying this will work for you, but I have a couple revolvers that thump you pretty good, I was looking at shooting gloves. And could not believe the prices. A friend suggested weight-lifting gloves. They are 1/3 the price of shooting gloves have padding in the palm , the trick is to find ones that fit your hand, but then as I said they work for me but may not be an option for others.
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Bob Allen unlined leather shooting gloves. Buy them in person, not online so you can try them on, by the tight. Cabelas carries them.






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I appreciate that guys!! I was also thinking maybe tight fitting batting gloves.

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You can buy wantever you want, but shooting gloves are made to shoot with, they are cut in a pattern to accomadate uour hand being in certain open and closed positions. Motorcycle gloves are cut so they have a natural curl so as not to tire your hand and fingers while gripping handle bars for long periods of time. Batting cloves again are made for a purpose. Why would you want anything but something that was made for what you want it for? Not trying to be a wise guy, but think about it.




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Great point John. I definitley was to be comfortable

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When I was 'over there' in the Army a few years back I found Blackhawk tactical gloves to be great. They were thin enough where you could reach into your pocket and feel what it was you were digging for and retrieve with ease. On the down side, they didnt hold up the the wear and tear of daily patrols very well. For your purpose they may be a great fit(no pun intended)

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Before you buy any take a look at www.gripswell.com.I use mine with my 44 mag and love them.Best i have used.
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