With fingers, without fingers ... the eternal issue about hunting gloves
Hunting apparel is not complete without a pair of gloves, especially for late season hunting or extreme cold whether conditions despite the day of the year, gloves become essential not only for protection but also as a way to keep you warm and safe from fingers freezing.
Depending of temperature and type of hunting there are several insulation and protection levels intended to provide proper protection against cold and injuries even when despite of model, materials and technology, convenience when shooting is still a pending task.
For those shooting everyday with gloves, after years of practice there's no problems at all regarding comfort, precision and convenience regardless the model of glove used but for people who have never shoot with gloves, the lost of precision, convenience and speed when shooting is a major concern.
Despite the type of glove, hunter's hands become a little more bulky when wearing gloves, furthermore some insulation materials may be slippery, making harder to properly hold your gun and jeopardizing precision as well.
The natural way to avoid this problem is practice with gloves regularly, once and once again, since the fact of using gloves does not affect your shooting performance; the problem is that many choose the fast way and decide to use barefinger gloves.
Even when more convenient since the finger tips do not lose sensitivity and are not bulky, making easier to manipulate not only guns but any other hunting gadget; this type of gloves should be avoided because the absence of fingertips insulation may compromise your fingers safety, exposing them to congelation, especially during hard, cold wether condition.
In addition, barefinger gloves provide less protection to the most exposed area or your hand when hiking on difficult terrain, exposing to potential sever injuries that could lead a hunting trip to a premature end.
Perhaps this kind of gloves is more convenient but could result in more risks too, then its use should be recommended only under certain conditions even when the goal still remains to shoot as good wearing full finger gloves than bared hand and this may be accomplished only one way: with a lot of practice, at the shooting poligon and out in the woods.