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I live in CO, and work in the mountains, so I've had to deal with this too. I've found a polypro liner glove works well. A quality liner glove is thick enough to provide some insulation, and tightly woven enough to have some wind resistance. I've been using Outdoor Researches PL 100 gloves. They are more than warm enough for daily wear, but also let you managed a small firearm like the P3.

There are plenty of similar liners made by other manufacturers as well. Just make sure that the liner is a 100 weight fleece. Too thin and your hands won't stay warm. Too thick and you won't be able to handle the gun.

http://www.outdoorresearch.com/site/m_s_pl_100_gloves.html
 
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