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I miss the "Morris Feel Gloves" that Walmart and Bass Pro Shop used to sell. Wool with leather palm and nylon finger tips. Were warm when wet, briars would eat them up after 2 or 3 years. Hunted many years with them.

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Take a look at some of the mechanics gloves in an auto supply store. Some of them might just fill the ticket. I bought a pair recently for auto type work and think they would be good for shooting if the trigger finger portion were cut off.


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I use baseball batting/golf gloves if its not too cold. If it is pretty cold, a military thermal liner inside a military wool liner and a golf glove on shooting hand. I always wear long wool cuffs on my wrists in any sort of cold weather, as Brent says it REALLY helps.


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Military flight gloves are good for those colder days also the black tanker glove. Your military surplus sales may have them.

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While it won't work for upland hunting (usually) a fleece or knit, wind-stopper glove inside an insulated leather chopper or snowmobile mitt is toasty warm, with ample room for a zippo heater. They are easily flipped off or simply dropped off when shooting is imminent.


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I have a pair of the insulated leather Grip-Swell gloves that I use in colder weather with double trigger guns. Not sure that they even make them anymore, but these have held up beautifully and do an exceptional job.

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I'm jumping on to this thread late and may have missed this already, but I use equestrian gloves. They hold up forever, and are even reinforced in the right spots.
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I use the Filson goatskin gloves for hunting. I buy them small, they stretch perfectly, and last quite a while. I think I'm on season 4 with my current pair, and they look terrible but function well.

When it's a bit colder, I switch to the Laksen London gloves, which fit a bit more like a shooting glove than a hunting glove. They are beautiful, but tough to find in the US.


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