I bought a pair of these as an experiment. My purpose was to find a general duty glove, mostly to protect hands when setting up the TOC, and futzing around on my track. I haven't been horribly thrilled with them for that purpose. That class of glove (probably it's competitors) don't lend themselves much to comfort, IMO. The wrist strap is too constrictive, and the material loves to soak water.
I also got their extreme cold weather glove and found them to be a bit flimsy, and OBTW, stay away from propane heaters with those...
For my money (half
my money to be exact), Hatch is a better way to go generally. Some of the scouts in my bn are using Specialists, so I decided to give them a try. Better the $30 experiment than the $60 one. I actually bought some Winter Specialists and took them out on a short march this last weekend in the rainy, cold foothills of western WA. They are neoprene outers with a sythetic leather palm/finger, a Hipora insert, some Thinsulate, and a fleecy interior. It was pretty miserable, but my hands stayed very warm. I haven't handled a weapon with them, at least haven't fired, so I can't report on that. My hands were pretty humid by the end, but never got cold. Would be nice if neoprene shed the water a bit better.
For general use, I like the Specialists, and find they fit better than Hellstorms. I don't know what planet BHIs thumb models come from.
BHI makes a line of patrolman style gloves that might fill the bill, but I'm going to guess than Hatch will do it better and cheaper. My next experiment is likely to be their Operator Shorty.