“Mag thumb,” “Garand thumb,” “stick-yourself-with-a-target-tack thumb”—forget all that.
Any experienced shooter will tell you that a good pair of gloves is necessary to protect your fingers while using a firearm at the shooting range. Here at Range Often, we set out to find the best shooting gloves available on the market. Our guys and gals took out different mitts to the local range, the skeet shoot, the hunting blind, and everywhere in between. We only offer a select few because we only sell gear that we'd personally use and trust when our fingers are on the trigger.
Check out our guide to tactical shooting gloves. We cover what's best for the range in terms of material, fit, and features.
It's tough finding a good pair of tactical gloves. After field-testing some top contenders, we found many just don't fit well, they get in the way of a proper grip and trigger pull, or they're hot n' sweaty to wear. So, we stuck to one or two that are trusted by LEOs and the military, like the PIG Deltas. We also decided to make what we humbly believe to be the perfect pair of shooting gloves. Check out the Range Often-brand shooting glove and you'll find it has everything you need packed into a perfect fit with a great price tag.
When you pick out a pair, be sure to record the length and width measurements of your hand. Nobody wants a frumpy glove, or one glove that’s too tight. To determine your length, measure the distance from the tip of your middle finger to the base of your palm. To determine width, measure the circumference around the widest part of your knuckles.
Reference the chart below to determine your size. This chart is specific to PIG's Full Dexterity Gloves but can be used to determine your hand size for all other available tactical shooting gloves:
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