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Postby shootnmiss09 » Fri Oct 20, 2006 4:51 pm

Hey Guyz-

THis weekend when I was hunting i lost one of my gloves. I would like to know what brand of gloves you would reccomend.
Things I want in the gloves:
-CAmoflauge would be nice, or at least brown or tan
-Needs to be under or around $30
-Needs to be insulated (100+ Insulation)
-Waterfproof would be nice but dont need it
-Need to be able to shoot a gun with them on
-Where do you buy the gloves at

Thanx for your help
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Postby GREENHEADROCKER » Fri Oct 20, 2006 5:05 pm

Just put your hands in your pocket. Well thats what i do. I find it kinda hard to call ducks and geese with gloves on.
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Postby ducks1411 » Fri Oct 20, 2006 6:13 pm

I use Guide Series gloves from Gander Mountain. The thing I like best about them is so far they have been completely waterproof but also the trigger finger isn't just neoprene. It's insulated like the rest of the fingers but the casing around the finger almost feels like some sort of nylon/plastic material. Anyhow, haven't had any problem with them, still able to call relatively well with them on, don't interfere with pulling the trigger, and can maintain good dexterity for other little chores involved with set up and take down. I'm pretty partial to the Guide Series line so I really can't give you any comparison type of advice since it's really all I use.
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Postby Michigan » Fri Oct 20, 2006 8:44 pm

Huntworth. You can get them at Gander Mountain for about $25 or less, you'll have no problem shooting with them on and they have special slots to put hand warmers in so your hands stay warm all day.
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Postby gone winchester » Sat Oct 21, 2006 12:53 am

I use seal skin gloves and socks. I stay warm and dry with them
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Postby BullCajun » Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:06 am

Ragwool gloves with the fingers cut out and the mitten cover for the tips.
Wool retains much of it's heat retaining properties even when wet.
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Postby KCDuckMaster » Thu Oct 26, 2006 9:19 am

gone winchester wrote:I use seal skin gloves and socks. I stay warm and dry with them


Yeah, my buddy has a pair of those seals skin gloves and I am going to get a pair some time, he has the gauntlet style that are camo with the fleece lining and I tried them out a few times and loved them. I just havent got around to buying them because they are like 50 buck, but I think the ones that cut off at the wrist and are black are closer to 30-40 bucks. But either way they are worth it
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Postby WesternHunter » Fri Oct 27, 2006 8:50 am

Cabelas fingerless Ragg Wool gloves. Only wear them when the temperature drops to lower than 30°F Just make sure you have a leather or rubber palm on wool gloves as not having them makes gripping a shotgun useless.
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