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    Sharpshooter DadSmith's Avatar

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    I use golf gloves and for cold weather I put on some of these with the golf gloves.
    https://www.amazon.com/Adenna-DLG679.../dp/B00QRELG10
    They keep my hands warm. I also us them in my line of work for warmth under my work gloves. I work outside year round.
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    I'll throw in a cheap pair to try. I picked a pair of these up to work around the house with. I was looking for something that would keep my hands dry when working with damp yard stuff. I have used them for car repair stuff as well. They are pretty grip-y and I have found that they do a fair job of keeping my hands warm in an unheated garage as well. I do see some wear on them now (the latex is starting to fray) after about 6 months but at $2 I'd call that fair. I have not tried them for shooting but may still get a chance soon.
    https://www.harborfreight.com/safety...rge-90912.html

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    Ive been wanting to try out the Magpul gloves, has anyone used them?

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    Dented Helmet Gaffer's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterdekoy View Post
    Ive been wanting to try out the Magpul gloves, has anyone used them?
    I have a pair, that I wear when it is cooler. They have been through 3 Revere Riders Carbine classes, which 2 of classes were in the twenties, and 2 of the days it rained on us all day. They held up fine, and still going strong!

    Ron
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    Plinker

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    I have used about any kind of gloves as long as the are not so thick to cause a problem, last weekend i went to alanta conservation club and forgot my gloves. i had a couple pair of brown Jersey out of my truck and layered up and they worked ok when your hand are cold it does not matter

  6. #16
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    Not inexpensive, but nice:
    https://www.thegunglove.com/

  7. #17
    Plinker

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    Saw these today at an LGS. Not as thick as they look in the photos. Kind of cool.
    https://blackhawk.com/a-v-i-a-t-o-r-aptitude-gloves/

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    I just wear Mechanix gloves.
    Medium speed. Moderate drag.

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    I use the old school military wool glove liners under a pair of thin leather gloves

  10. #20
    Plinker

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    Second the Machanix brand. They also make an insulated glove. Always wear when I shoot. I have a dozen pairs between the house, shop and barn laying around and I believe a pair in every vehicle.


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