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Anyone solved the clay shooting glove conundrum yet? Macwets are great unless its cold, but my hands really feel the cold now or is it just buy a bulky pair and take them off when in the cage?

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You can get the longer insulated back macwets for cd weather. I wear them but my hands still get cold so I have a hand warmer in my pocket.

Other good gloves for shooting are all weather golf gloves. Or dents leather shooting gloves.

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Gonna give these a try with one of the chemical hot pads in each on the back of my hands.

Anyone used the under armour cold gear gloves, theyre quite thin with good feel?

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I used winter golf gloves. Most have a suede or similar palms Mine were super cheap Dunlop ones but others are available direct from a sports shop near you.

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On 5 December 2018 at 19:38, TIGHTCHOKE said:

Pilots flying gloves, close fitting leather under big Gore-Tex mittens, remove mittens just before you take to the stand.

Either this or have a look at Gripswell. Sadly, these have shot up in price since I got mine. I have (needed) the full monty - palm swell, SbS and insulation and can shoot double trigger so a single selective would not be a problem.

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Trouble for me is extra large hands. If I get my hands in most gloves I can't open my hand or fingers enough to shoot ok.

Some gents leather gloves with the lining removed from pad of trigger finger and thumb work ok.

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