Velocity Systems Trigger Gloves

Sometimes even companies we like, or whose gear we use, dick the dog. A product that doesn’t quite work right, or holds up well, or tastes good after brushing your teeth. Unfortunately, this is one of those times. Many of us use and love our Velocity Systems gear. We’ve told you so before. That doesn’t mean they always get it right.

Buy your blasters, blaster parts, and ammunition at dealer cost. 
Big Daddy Unlimited Gun Buyers Club
$9.95/mo., no additional fees; sumthin’ to think about if you spend more than a couple hundred bucks on this stuff! 

Damn did I want to like these gloves.

I really, really did.

But I can’t. I don’t. I won’t.

The Velocity Systems Trigger Gloves came to me like an angel in the night. They arrived with the promise of finally having a pair of shooting gloves I could wear without fear of feeling like I was running a Nerf gun wearing kitchen mitts. A set of gloves that would allow me to feel firsthand, instead of through a thick barrier; a set of gloves that could stand up to normal use and help protect my hands when they needed it.

Well, that angel lied. Or at least half lied.

Our tribe has written over 2 dozen books so far. Some are good, some bad, all are better love stories than Twilight.

The VS Trigger Gloves are thin. This is of course a selling point for people like myself who don’t wear gloves for shooting (the only time I do is when its cold or if I have a reasonable expectation of dealing with glass). I’m just not a glove guy (nor is Reeder, or Merrill), which makes me eyebrow any gloves with no small degree of suspicion. But I want to be a glove guy. Gloves provide advantages.

Velocity Systems Trigger Gloves
The Velocity Systems Trigger Gloves are thin.

Trigger Gloves offer great dexterity. They’re marketed as a “light duty glove,” so that’s exactly how I used them. I literally wore them for shooting and associated range tasks. Sadly it wasn’t long before I noticed problems. The wrist strap tends to pull and bunch, which is no big deal really, but it does push material under your palm. This creates an uneven surface which is not good for gun handling. This may have been a size issue, but because the gloves were tight and didn’t feel too big at all, I don’t believe it to was.

Trigger Gloves
The Velocity Systems Trigger Gloves

My next issue was with general use. Handgun and rifle, both with stippled grip surfaces; one day of use and the palm surface and a few of the fingers showed light wear. Now after a few weeks of range use the surface area is badly worn and has caused me to stop wearing the gloves all together. The gloves became a liability because they began snagging on surfaces and upsetting my chi in general. As far as the design goes, they are true to size and comfortable. Because the material is thin, grip is great.

Because the material is thin, you are likely to throw them away as I did.

These are too expensive to be considered disposable.

Velocity Systems Trigger Gloves
The Velocity Systems Trigger Gloves

Don’t get me wrong, if you have a need for an occasional, very light duty glove that feels like a second skin, this is the one. If you want to use that same glove to interact with solid or even slightly abrasive surfaces, find something else. If you just have to have them, I suppose you could wear better gloves over them…

But that would just be silly.

BreachBangForce = 10% Off

Declare for Morning Wood!

Why become a patron? Not for the dick pics. So you can access the Morningwood Bazaar, obviously.
Exclusive discounts up to 60% off all kinds of guns and gear. 

Become a Patron!

Plus, unrivaled camaraderie where we only make fun of you most of the time.
Access to Nancy’s Squat & Gobble, our closed Facebook discussion group.

If you wish to cite, syndicate, or curate our material, or if you’re wondering about our please be so kind as to read our Terms, Conditions, and Disclosures.
Take heed! We have advertisers, sponsors, and affiliate relationships with some of the companies you will be reading about (particularly, but not limited to, archival posts). If you purchase one of those items, we will get a small commission from the sale at no additional cost to you. A lot of work goes into Breach-Bang-Clear; by making your purchase through one of our portals you’ll be supporting our work. This will help us buy beer, bullets, and barbecue, and we won’t have to put pop-up ads and other such stupid shit into our articles to pay our expenses. 


Aaron Cowan is a patched Minion and an idiot savant of the tactical variety from a little place we like to call Hotlanta (though apparently no one from down there actually calls it that). COWAN! is the Lead Instructor and HMFIC of program development for Sage Dynamics who believes every article should be roughly the equivalent of a doctoral thesis, which is of course something we absolutely appreciate. To call him thorough would be to damn him with faint praise. We call him COWAN! because anything in all caps with an exclamation point after it must be awesome. A former infantryman turned PSC contractor and LEO, COWAN! has served in several SWAT and training billets. He also has an unseemly and disturbing fascination with horse head masks. Sage Dynamics is a reality-focused firearms and tactics training company that provides practical instruction for the civilian, police and military professional. An identical twin whose brother went on to become Agent 47, COWAN! is the author of twoRushing Winter novels and the designated fluffer on the set of numerous training videos here on the Sage Dynamics YouTube page. Sage Dynamics is on Facebook here; you can follow them on Instagram here and of course you can read his occasional informed and sagacious rumination here on Breach-Bang-Clear. Grunts: rumination.

COWAN! has 19 posts and counting. See all posts by COWAN!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *