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aandabooks 04-02-2013 08:06 PM

Shooting gloves?
 
Who uses them and which do you use if you do? Tried them and don't like them?

I have a .44mag that might benefit from some gloves. Especially with the full loads.

25-5 04-02-2013 10:17 PM

Get different grips. Get magna ported. Get used to it with practice. :p:p
I use gloves if it's cold out. Cheap cotton ones.

wagpual-ar15-gunsling 04-28-2013 03:15 AM

full finger gloves,how about this two?

in my impression,12.99USD you can get pair of it,like this:

http://www.wagpual.com/image/data/wa...ves/gloves.jpg

16.99USD freeshipping you can get like this:
http://www.wagpual.com/image/data/ta...loves%20-6.jpg

customammo72 04-28-2013 03:43 AM

wagpual-ar15-gunsling - we had to wear gloves down range all the time and I chose to wear the ones like you are showing pics of, I absolutely loved the hard knuckles on them. Now of course, with my unit we got whatever we wanted all we did was request it and we got it, so one of the guys suggested the Wiley-X brand ones just like the cheaper ones you are showing. We really loved them but wearing them every day we went thru a pair every month or so, your trigger finger would always start coming apart with heavy use and slowly all the other fingers did too. But, that was those Wiley-X $40 a pair ones and as with anything in combat, they went thru hell. I would be interested to try these cheaper non-name brand ones you have posted and see how they do. If they are anything like the Wiley-X's they are awesome shooting gloves and comfortable all year round. Where are you finding these if you don't mind me asking, I would love to try a few pairs at those prices. I do have a Wiley-X pair still here for regular range use cuz using them down range and on the tac team I am a part of we have to wear gloves, so I am very used to shooting with them. They have lasted a little longer here stateside as I am not severely abusing them every day, but if these cheaper ones are as good and last as long I would like to have them for the price savings. Just my opinion on these types of gloves....... We had to use flight gloves at first and we hated those damn things cuz they were meant to be flame retardent and didn't breathe.....

ScottA 04-28-2013 05:12 AM

Mechanics gloves picked up at Lowes work quite well.

AR10 04-28-2013 07:00 AM

It is not a cat walk, designer fashions. Lead and other heavy metals, toxins, are what you are trying to keep off your skin. A good grade of disposable medical gloves that cost about 8 bucks per hundred. Throw them away after your done using them. Peel off slowly, throw away inside out.

Jagermeister 04-28-2013 08:53 AM

The Mechanix gloves with the padding.

wagpual-ar15-gunsling 04-28-2013 09:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by customammo72 (Post 1229659)
wagpual-ar15-gunsling - we had to wear gloves down range all the time and I chose to wear the ones like you are showing pics of, I absolutely loved the hard knuckles on them. Now of course, with my unit we got whatever we wanted all we did was request it and we got it, so one of the guys suggested the Wiley-X brand ones just like the cheaper ones you are showing. We really loved them but wearing them every day we went thru a pair every month or so, your trigger finger would always start coming apart with heavy use and slowly all the other fingers did too. But, that was those Wiley-X $40 a pair ones and as with anything in combat, they went thru hell. I would be interested to try these cheaper non-name brand ones you have posted and see how they do. If they are anything like the Wiley-X's they are awesome shooting gloves and comfortable all year round. Where are you finding these if you don't mind me asking, I would love to try a few pairs at those prices. I do have a Wiley-X pair still here for regular range use cuz using them down range and on the tac team I am a part of we have to wear gloves, so I am very used to shooting with them. They have lasted a little longer here stateside as I am not severely abusing them every day, but if these cheaper ones are as good and last as long I would like to have them for the price savings. Just my opinion on these types of gloves....... We had to use flight gloves at first and we hated those damn things cuz they were meant to be flame retardent and didn't breathe.....


thanks for your reply,yeah,I am agree with you,these gloves are cheap,but ,you know,the price due to two reason:1,who suppy it,at the normal,no matter on ebay or amazon,often supplied by businessmen.Just the mold,businessmen to customer.wagpual now are trying manafactuer to customer mold.just left out the businessmen benefit,so the price is low.Also,
in china,the laber fees are not very high.So,the low price not meaning the low quality item.wagpual in china has more than 10 years.the gloves and other outdoor goods has been tried by millions of customer all over the world.

2,The local supply,infact,wagpual suppply dropship online,so,many local businessmen import from wagpual and give a high price in local.

For the two gloves,I promised that would be great quality,wagpual also supply different quality of same gloves,not just low quality price item.


Now,You can bid in the two links below:

http://www.wagpual.com/Outdoor%20%20Sport/Tactical%20Glove/Tactical%20Gloves 12.99USD freeshipping

http://www.wagpual.com/Outdoor%20%20Sport/Tactical%20Glove/%20full%20finger%20cycle%20gloves 16.99USD freeshipping

guarantee the quality,it can be return within 10 days after you received the gloves!

wagpual-ar15-gunsling 04-28-2013 09:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ScottA (Post 1229756)
Mechanics gloves picked up at Lowes work quite well.

cool!thanks the reply:)

wagpual-ar15-gunsling 04-28-2013 09:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AR10 (Post 1229803)
It is not a cat walk, designer fashions. Lead and other heavy metals, toxins, are what you are trying to keep off your skin. A good grade of disposable medical gloves that cost about 8 bucks per hundred. Throw them away after your done using them. Peel off slowly, throw away inside out.

can't Agree with more :):):)


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