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#582640 10/25/20 09:54 AM
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Im trying to find decent shooting gloves for late fall, early winter hunting with a double trigger gun. All the ones I can find locally seem to be to bulky.
Looking for recommendations.
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Orvis makes a leather/wool shooting glove that is very nice.

I don't do tactical.

Thin leather, check out Sam's club for Plainsman brand.

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For late season hunting in Iowa where temperatures can be far below freezing and winds are always high, there is no place for the thin leather shooting glove, not even Thinsulate lined. I have found that fleece or knit synthetic gloves, always with some form of wind stopper, are far superior. And I always use double trigger guns.

My current favorites are made by OR (Outdoor Research?). You can find them at places like REI.


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You're from up north you should be giving us recommendations....

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I bought some Bob Allen gloves last year both insulated and non insulated from https://www.everythingupland.com The non insulated were very fine and fit well. Though I'm a single trigger guy they should do well with a double trigger.

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Sealskinz are pretty good and come in various levels of insulation.

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Though I'm not a glove man the Bob Allen uninsulated ones worked well for me on a couple trips to Argentina. I soon wore through the trigger finger leather, but just cut the whole thing off at the second joint and then they lasted a long time.

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Gripswell are the best I've found for clays and field.

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Also... when I was shooting a lot of registered Trap I wore a left hand glove only. I'd buy a bunch of golfers gloves and as they wore out I'd toss them. Less expensive than "shooting gloves".

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A friend of mine also uses golf gloves on his shooting hand and a heavier glove on his non shooting one. He likes them because they are tight on his trigger finger.

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