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Old 04-28-2013, 08:15 PM   #11
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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.
Only problem with medical gloves is the fact that they don't breath. In High heat or humidity they can be a pain from sweat.

I like the basic Mechanix gloves also. Not real expensive. Thin enough to still have some feeling. Not horrible in price to replace after awhile.
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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.
Eh, I don't think anyone here is wanting them because they "look good" or whatever you are implying, we are talking about a comfortable nice shooting glove is all, who cares what it looks like. I agree with Doc about the medical gloves, screw that, even if it is cool out you sweat like crazy because they don't breathe, spend a few hours with those on at the range and see what your hands look like when you take them off. Now when you are at home, in a temp controlled environment doing a little gunsmith work or cleaning guns, then they are good to use, keeps oils and all the toxins/fouling from the gun parts from getting onto your skin and absorbing them.
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Old 04-29-2013, 03:37 AM   #13
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511 tactical makes some good shooting gloves. That is what I wore in Afghanistan. They are lightweight and never one time had my hands sweating anymore than was normal.

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full finger gloves,how about this two?

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

16.99USD freeshipping you can get like this:
Do you have a link
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I use tactical gloves whenever I fire in the train-asyou-fight philosphy.

I have a few pairs of the mechanix tactical (whatever they are called) and a pair of wileyX gloves.

Since even small cuts can be deadly and if I ever use my rifles in anger i cannot predict which environment i will be in that is a habit i started

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Do you have a link
yes,

http://www.wagpual.com/tactical/Tactical%20Glove/Tactical%20Gloves

http://www.wagpual.com/tactical/Tactical%20Glove?product_id=735

16.99USD freeshipping

12.99USD freeshiping
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I just got a pair of Mechanix M-Pact tactical gloves in coyote brown, $35 with free shipping from Amazon. They feel good and have knuckle protection.

I handled my Colt 6920 and my M9A1 and it felt good. I've never shot with gloves before btw. I'll be taking a range day on Friday so I can fully evaluate them. I'm looking forward to actually shooting with them bc I've heard nothing but good things about this particular model.

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I had a set of some mossy oak camo things that my wife picked up at a walmart. They had a little dealy that allowed you to pull back the trigger finger They where kind of cool when the weather was cold but I wanted to shoot. Otherwise I just never seen a reason to have them. Maybe if I was an active soldier...Or making a movie...

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I see the MPs/gate guards using Mechanix gloves on duty all the time over here. Cheap, but well made. They do nothing for keeping your hands warm though.

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The only thing you can do with gloves on is piss yourself.

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