Shooting Gloves

This is a discussion on Shooting Gloves within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Scot Van Apparently, my hayseed is showing. OK, forgive me, but you'll note that I said I won't use , not 'everyone ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scot Van View Post
    Apparently, my hayseed is showing. OK, forgive me, but you'll note that I said I won't use, not 'everyone should do this because I said so'. It was supposed to be funny, but you sarcasm is duly noted.

    A few thoughts...

    1.) Driving: My ma' was virtually cold blooded, but was fine while driving...as long as the heater in her car was on...in July. Good point...obviously a good reason to have driving gloves on is because your hands might get cold, so I didn't mean to be obtuse. I happen to have a heater in my Jeep (many cars these days have 'em...look into it) so frostbite is easily prevented with a push of a lever and the turn of a knob.
    Sometimes simply turning on the heat doesn't work. I was in northeast Montana for the last week, and at -20F(the daytime high for three days, and not unusual there), the engine never warms up enough to produce any heat. Just a thought.
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    See my review of the gloves I went with here: Hatch EM007-MD Elite Marksman shooting gloves.
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    Pistols:

    In the winter, Blackhawks. Deerskin palms, stretchy cloth material on backhand, deerskin reinforced knuckle areas and velcro wrist straps. I wear these gloves all the time when I'm outdoors and carrying and practice w/them too.

    In the summer no gloves.

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    In summer, Bob Allen (w/trigger finger cut out).

    In winter, Footjoy winter golf gloves.
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    Can you tell me which model of the Black Hawk gloves you have/like? I looked them up and they seem pretty cool. May get me a pair if I need something more substantial. As a side note, the Hatch ones I went with are half the budget as those.

    These S.O.L.A.G. Full Finger Gloves w/Kevlar look pretty sweet though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpdeuce View Post
    Can you tell me which model of the Black Hawk gloves you have/like? I looked them up and they seem pretty cool. May get me a pair if I need something more substantial. As a side note, the Hatch ones I went with are half the budget as those.

    These S.O.L.A.G. Full Finger Gloves w/Kevlar look pretty sweet though.

    Those are considerably thicker. They are good but The Hatch fit me perfectly for shooting.


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    The Blackhawk gloves I have (I think they were called 'Light Tacticle') are not in 2008 catalog nor are they on the website. I got them at least five years ago.

    I'll post a pic of them when my camera battery gets charged up.
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    How about some cold weather glove suggestions?
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    Here are pics of the Blackhawk gloves I use in winter.
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