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Old 03-25-2019, 07:00 AM
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TN Lone Wolf
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Late to the discussion here, but I'll throw in my 2 cents regardless.

I tend to shoot a lot of heavy kicking handguns, and I can tolerate most of them just fine, but the one that consistently hurts is my CVA Optima muzzleloading pistol. Picture a full power muzzleloader load coming out of an Encore, and having to hold it by the hard plastic grips that have absolutely no soft padding. This is the gun that made me order a pair of shooting gloves. I went the relatively cheap route and bought a pair of Caldwell Ultimate Shooting Gloves. Let me tell you, they made a world of difference. I can now shoot the Optima without it hurting my palms, and they make shooting even the less heavily kicking handguns notably more comfortable.
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