The colder it gets the more brittle the plastic parts in your gun will be. The gun might function through the whole winter, but there is a greater chance that something like the tappet plate will break.
That said, I have some nice Damascus gloves. They are durable (kevlar and leather palm) with a neoprene back. They keep your hands pretty warm and dry and have just enough dexterity to still work the gun.
Originally Posted by Moonschlagen
I'd say you can play in colder weather for sure. As long as you aren't running a gas gun of course. Just put a hand warmer around the battery to keep it from getting too cold.
To the OP, the only hard part about playing in cold weather with insulated gloves is getting your finger inside the trigger guard.