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Shooting glove good or bad

Postby ALASDAIR F » 17 Mar 2015, 11:40

Can anyone tell me is a shooting glove is good as some people say they are?

Are they a have to have bit if kit for FT.HFT?

If so can anyone recommend a good shooting glove for FT/HFT :D
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Re: Shooting glove good or bad

Postby stryder5 » 17 Mar 2015, 18:21

Glove is very useful in HFT as a rest and an aid to gripping the post, they should be fairly tight fitting.

Intershoot has a range, you can have gloves with or without fingers, I find I prefer with fingers I can grip better with these.

I use Anschutz ThermoStar, these are ventilated.
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Re: Shooting glove good or bad

Postby audi swift » 18 Mar 2015, 00:48

I use =
http://www.intershoot.co.uk/acatalog/ah ... 7-455.html
but they only have small left in stock.

you can get some gloves off Greg Hensman who does the HFT comps i.e. the midlands etc., plus he sells matts & bean bags etc. good stuff & a good price too, kenny
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Re: Shooting glove good or bad

Postby ALASDAIR F » 18 Mar 2015, 11:16

stryder5 wrote:Glove is very useful in HFT as a rest and an aid to gripping the post, they should be fairly tight fitting.

Intershoot has a range, you can have gloves with or without fingers, I find I prefer with fingers I can grip better with these.

I use Anschutz ThermoStar, these are ventilated.


Many thanks :D
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Re: Shooting glove good or bad

Postby ALASDAIR F » 18 Mar 2015, 11:17

audi swift wrote:I use =
http://www.intershoot.co.uk/acatalog/ah ... 7-455.html
but they only have small left in stock.

you can get some gloves off Greg Hensman who does the HFT comps i.e. the midlands etc., plus he sells matts & bean bags etc. good stuff & a good price too, kenny


Many Thanks. Where can I contact Greg Hensman? :D
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Re: Shooting glove good or bad

Postby audi swift » 18 Mar 2015, 11:20

he is on facebook hft pages or on shooting the breeze forum. if I can find any links today as I am in & out the house today, I will let you know.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/105879469504470/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Daystate ... 7551164808
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