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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 3/6/2006 11:01:22 AM EST
In april, i have a 3 day handgun class, 3000 rounds will be shot over that time period.

I am feeling I need to invest in some gloves.

After taking a 4 day course, withonly 800 rounds, my hands were, 'different' not in pain, not uncomfrotable (sp), just felt them more than usual.

Anyone have any experience with the wileys? they seem to be relatively new
Link Posted: 3/6/2006 11:50:18 AM EST
I have no experience with the Wiley's, but I have tried a bunch of different gloves and the only gloves that I buy anymore are mountain biking gloves.

After trying about 20 different gloves ranging from mechanics gloves to custom made to tactical gloves and a few in-between, I am convinced they will all either fall apart, don't fit tight enough, or they don't have the right padding in the right places.

Mountain biking gloves are made thin for a good feel of the trail, have pretty good padding to deal with vibration, for the most part are pretty durable, and for me fit a bunch better than others I have tried.
Link Posted: 3/6/2006 2:02:55 PM EST
Go with Nomex flight gloves. Sized correctly you can pick up a dime on a glass panel. They are also pretty comfortable.
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