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Old 02-28-2010, 05:11 AM   #11
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dont suppose you have a web site for said gloves?
Dyneema Gloves Cut Resistant Hand Protection - Utility Safeguard

Memphis Dyneema PU Cut Resistant Work Glove - 9672- Utility Safeguard
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Old 02-28-2010, 11:34 AM   #12
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I use Professional Bicycle Riding gloves when I shoot my hot 44's. They have GEL PADDING in the web and palm, that protects my hand from massive recoil.

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I've been thinking about getting a pair for when I shoot my 44. mark, I might try some of those bicycling gloves.

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I've been thinking about getting a pair for when I shoot my 44. mark, I might try some of those bicycling gloves.
You'll be amazed how well they work!
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Are they expensive?

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Are they expensive?
I paid about $20.00 at a local Bike shop.
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