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    Do any of you use shooting gloves? Do they help with anything like grip, torque...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheels3 View Post
    Do any of you use shooting gloves? Do they help with anything like grip, torque...?
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    I have a thin pair of camo gloves that I wear when I'm hunting. So I wear them whenever I shoot. Maybe a little easier on the wrist and helps at the shoots when it's below freeezing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
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    if you use a bow sling or finger sling and dont grip the bow, I dont think a glove would help. but it might be worth trying. if you do try it would like to know if it helps any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheels3 View Post
    Do any of you use shooting gloves? Do they help with anything like grip, torque...?
    I have used gloves during the colder months, since gripping the riser gets cold. But I have seen a few guys use a shooting glove for all seasons... I am not sure if it helps any, other than enhancing their cool shooting appearance.

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    A thin nylon type glove is used by some so that tha grip will slide easly into tha right position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldflinger View Post
    I have a thin pair of camo gloves that I wear when I'm hunting. So I wear them whenever I shoot. Maybe a little easier on the wrist and helps at the shoots when it's below freeezing.
    Same here. I wear gloves pretty much at all times when I'm hunting so I wear them when I'm shooting my hunting setup even through the summer.

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    Thanks guys, I think I will try one just to see if it helps

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    I should've added, for me it's not about xtra grip for the bow. It's about keeping my bare-skinned hands camoflagued.
    I wear thin gloves through the winter as well. Heavy insulated gloves make my hands sweat and then they freeze. To keep things warm in the winter I use a muff with hand warmers inside.

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