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    I like my old yellow cowhide gloves, they will turn back pretty much anything. But I'm looking for something a little thinner and form-fitting; more friendly for double triggers. What do y'all recommend?
    "What calm deer hunter's heart has not skipped a beat when the stillness of a cold November morning is broken by the echoes of hounds tonguing yonder?" -Anonymous-

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    https://m.orvis.com/category/Gloved/2XJ0/

    I own these and are very form fitting but more for colder weather than what you may be looking for.

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    I just use a pair of mechanics gloves, form fitting and no problem pulling the trigger with them on... Been using the same type of gloves for over 10 years now...
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    I like Watson's line. The price is right and they wear well. The deerskins are thinner than leather and allow more dexterity.
    There's an insulated version as well.
    http://www.brubachersharness.ca/cont...ves-(577).html
    Last edited by be2man; January 14th, 2021 at 07:58 AM.

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    Although not traditional in appearance I've used black, cold-weather golf gloves for upland hunting.

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    I've used a pair of The North Face all black gloves for a few years. I've used it to small game/upland hunt, shoot my bow, etc. Their just good all around gloves and have seem to lasted. A few holes in them now but quite impressed with their durability. I think I bought them for $20-30.

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    I use these for all my non cold temp. hunting. I like them snug around the wrist and they feel like your not wearing gloves at all. They make the same product if you want a bit of insulation to. Buy several pairs, if you have friends like me, they disappear.
    https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/m...4357p.html#srp

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    Quote Originally Posted by cantgetright View Post
    I use these for all my non cold temp. hunting. I like them snug around the wrist and they feel like your not wearing gloves at all. They make the same product if you want a bit of insulation to. Buy several pairs, if you have friends like me, they disappear.
    https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/m...4357p.html#srp
    I have the same ones. I use them until it gets below about -5 then I have a pair of cheap leather mitts with a hole cut in them for my trigger finger.

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    Duramax Pro, from your local dollar store. They come in a variety of colors including red and only cost $4.00. I use them for everything from dog training to hunting and all other chores.

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