Shooting Gloves

Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by IanC, Dec 9, 2018.

  1. Pete236

    Pete236 Little Member

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    I've been toying with the idea of using a proper glove for a while, but so far I've not tried one.
    I always use the form best I wear when I'm hunting, which are Mechanix work gloves with a slit in the thumb and forefinger on each hand.

    Using a hamster gained me 5 or more points at each shoot, would a proper glove make a marked difference?

    (AA S410 with a home made hamster)
     
  2. Scott Sorby

    Scott Sorby New Member

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    Id say yes Pete,
    When I first started comps an experienced shooter told me to buy a glove and don't buy cheap cos it will earn you that extra point or 2 when the borderline shots happen.
    Ive got an Anschutz 110 which I bought and rarely used as I felt out was too snug despite following the size guide at intershoot..

    I should just man up an stick with it
     
  3. garym

    garym Active Member

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    Open sights and a Anschultz shooting glove, :D. You star, credit mate.

    I have just started to use a glove, on my springer it definately helps.
     
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  4. rafa

    rafa New Member

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    great info guys
     

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