A hunting scenario a lot of people can’t control, that they don’t necessarily think as much about is, their clothing in a hunting situation. They’ve spent all summer practicing at the range, in the early fall, they’re wearing a light jacket, light clothing. Then next thing you know, they’re out in a hunting situation, and it is cold, they’ve got tons of gear on, and they’ve put gloves on for the first time. They’ve never pulled the trigger with the gloves! They’ve never raised their handgun into a position to take a shot with all that clothes on and it’s binding and it feels different and the entire summer of practice, and the entire early fall, it kind of goes out the window.
We highly suggest spending some time shooting with gloves if you think you’re going to be wearing gloves in a hunting situation. We know when it’s cold, we’re gonna have our gloves on. Because the entire handgun is going to feel different. From how you load it, to how the trigger feels, to how you reload. Everything about it is gonna be a little more cumbersome and you’re gonna feel like you’re fumbling a little bit, so don’t forget to practice with your gloves on. And if you’ll spend some time preparing for that different feel, it will pay off. You know, because repetitive practice in anything, is gonna help you be more successful.
GEAR SEEN IN THIS VIDEO
Performance Center® 460 XVR: https://bit.ly/2GpA8dQ
Performance Center® Model 629 Stealth Hunter Revolver: https://bit.ly/2PEHtIg
Walker’s XCEL Electronic Muffs: https://bit.ly/2FYvQLQ
Trijicon RMR Red Dot Site: https://bit.ly/2GejjU2
Hornady® LEVERevolution® for Revolvers and Lever Guns in .45 Long Colt: https://bit.ly/2WMaA0f
HIVIZ Litewave H3™ Tritium/Litepipe: https://bit.ly/2rgH7ga
Caldwell Tack Driver Gun Rest: https://bit.ly/2BhLfCf
BOG POD Shooting Sticks: https://bit.ly/2s4vPMG
Cabela’s O2 Camo: https://bit.ly/2F5ccvD
Yamaha Viking VI Side by Side: https://bit.ly/2TqPMsE
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