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https://www.slickguns.com/product/vbiger-tactical-gloves-military-glove-full-finger-gloves-1189-fs-over-49-ld

 

being sold on Amazon and are Prime too!!!!

 

great price for gloves...and at 1/3 the price of Mechanix gloves. 

 

 

read the Slickguns add. 

 

I clicked the redeem icon and when I went to check out the percentage discount was automatic.  I only had one in the cart too. 

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