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#1832 - 08/31/06 06:12 PM safety equipment
ratatat Offline
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Registered: 05/29/02
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Loc: mass
What do you guys shoot with?
I use yellow shooting glasses, indoors and out. is rose better?,sunglasses?
for hearing, I use foam plugs, and indoors (especially if someone is shooting hi power) I'll add muffs.
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#1833 - 08/31/06 08:16 PM Re: safety equipment
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I shoot outside quite a bit and I'm almost always wearing sunglasses (shooting or not), unless it's quite dim light or night shooting. For those occasions and indoor shooting I'm in clear glasses. Yellow may improve target definition but I'd rather shoot with the shades I'd normally be wearing. The sunglasses I wear are all safety rated, albeit on the low end of the scale. I always viewed yellow lenses for more sporting purposes, although I'm sure others utilize them for other non-shooting functions as well.

I suppose I'm usually in muffs since they offer better protection. Sometimes the situation will dictate that plugs are a better fit, if the muffs will be in the way. I've worn both together on a number of occasions when high volume cartridges were being shot.

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#1834 - 09/02/06 03:43 PM Re: safety equipment
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Registered: 01/12/05
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Loc: Spanish Fort, AL
Eye protection is Oakley sunglasses during the day and clear at night. Hearing I double bag. Foam plugs with electronic Pletor muffs.

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#1835 - 11/12/06 07:48 PM Re: safety equipment
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Registered: 04/19/03
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oakelys in the past but now its revision eyewear which are virtually indestructible
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