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I have an LC9 and the long trigger pull Is irritating. After about 30 rounds it becomes an annoyance. Academy Sports had shooting gloves. Anyone use such a thing?


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I would choose not to use them because you probably won't be wearing them in a real life defensive situation. I doubt they would really help anyway. That trigger pull is something the shooter just has to learn to deal with. I think it is the only real drawback to the LC9.
 

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^^^^agreed. I'm going to use my LC9 as my edc. I purchased an M&P Shield 9 yesterday and will use it as my primary range gun and hd weapon.


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I don't think it'll help with trigger pull. But Mechanix gloves are in my range bag. Only used them once or twice shooting but they are comfy and don't get in the way. Use them for riding gloves too.
 

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But the lc9 is designed for carry that's why the longer trigger pull. I'm a revolver man and I find the lc9 comfortable for me ... I shot 50 rounds thur it other day and that was to much actually. But really I shoot it just as good as my 1911's
 

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I use the "FINGERLESS" Wells Lamont work gloves. They are about $6.00 a pr at Wal Mart. They have a decent leatherette palm, and stretches nicely over hand. I like the open fingertips. They make for a decent range glove. Especially in hot muggy areas (Like South Texas). They help keep my hands dry, and sweat off my firearm.
 

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I put 50 rounds through mine yesterday and got mad at how bad a day I was having. The gun fired fine but the operator couldn't group tight.

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