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Old 08-10-2012, 08:54 PM   #1
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Hat is the best gloves to shoot with? In summer a pair and in winter a pair. I need a trigger finger. Where in south africa can i get?

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Old 08-10-2012, 08:54 PM   #2
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Something like this?
http://m.511tactical.com/Shop;jsessionid=F9B968362EC670242667767393B2D730?a ctn=quicksearch&searchtype=all&wildcardType=none&k eyword=gloves&x=22&y=20

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thanks for the link


to the OP - for winter shooting I have a pair of waterproof neoprene gloves I got at REI (camping/outdoors store here in the US). The best I can recommend is find a glove that fits well and still allows trigger manipulation. One option to consider is whether or not you want/need tipless gloves, or one with a tipless trigger finger. I have also seen mittens that have a fold over finger section.

For nicer weather I try and refrain from wearing gloves but if I do wear them they are lightweight and no tips on he trigger finger
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I use this cheap mechanic gloves. Fits well, good rubbery suede grip and affordable. Only $20. Lol

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I prefer my mechanics gloves

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That looks great. Where are this place?
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Another vote for Mechanix gloves. I have the "Original" model in "Stealth" (black lettering).http://www.amazon.com/Mechanix-MG-55-009-Original-Stealth-Medium/dp/B0001VNZUA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1344695379&sr=8-1&keywords=mechanix+gloves+stealth

I like them very much. Easy to find in local auto parts stores here in the US. Affoardable. Good grip, fit and ability to feel.

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I never really liked wearing gloves except when I have to. I don't drive or shoot with gloves on.

I do have a pair like MrWray's but the only time I wear them is at work when I have to drop or hook up a semi trailer, I hate gettin 5th wheel grease and road grim on my hands.

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I have a pair of Oakley SI Assault Gloves that I like a lot.

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