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Shooting glasses

Discussion in 'Gun-Parts & Access.' started by PhatAlbert, May 13, 2012.

  1. Looking for a new pair of shooting glasses but also every day wear. I have some old Oakley Juliet sunglasses that new to be retired. All suggestion welcome.


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  2. Holy smokes I would hope so for 200-400 bucks. I was looking for something cheaper... Unless I sold my Juliet's hmm...


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  3. njl

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    You didn't say if you need correction or just safety/sun glasses.
     
  4. You didn't say cheap. :rofl: I only have one set of eyes. I don't mind spending big money on them.

    I also have a pair of these...

    You can pick them up for under $50 They come with multiple lenses and best of all you can change out the ear pieces to use the included strap. The strap is MUCH more comfortable under hearing protection.

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    http://www.wileyx.com/EcommSuite/Pr...sCode=173&ProductLine=812,GUARD&ItemCode=4006
     
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  5. DoubleO-10

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  6. Looks like I might go with Wiley x brand

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  7. You get a lot of bang for your buck with the Wiley's.
     
  8. That sounds good you own any Wiley's?


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  9. Yep. ^^^
     
  10. FLSlim

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    I've been happy with Oakleys. I think the model was Strike, but mine have replaceable lenses so I can go clear indoors or tinted outside. Not cheap but very versatile.
     
  11. That's the thing "not cheap" I got these Juliet's as a hand me down... Heck if I think their worth 400 brand new lol. Pallets are goo brand though just pricey. If anyone has these Wiley's please let me know your thoughts.


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  12. I don't have that pair, but I have tried them on. I didn't like the foam all the way around. They felt like ski goggles to me.

    How long is your typical range session? It actually makes a difference. For me, I can be at a USPSA match for 6+ hours in changing light conditions. After 2 hours or so, ANY glasses with stems (except for the Rudy's. They are ULTRA thin) start to give me a headache. My ear pro presses them into a nerve or something behind my ear.
     
  13. My range session is my back yard anytime I want but primarily during the day. I also use sunglasses for mowing an wee eating

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  14. Went to a bass pro shop found out I didn't like those glasses but liked the p17. I think im going get them prescriptive so during the day I have good eye protection and can see


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  15. Highland doc

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    I love my oalkey half jacket xlj's. Been using them for about 8 years, and all of the parts can be replaced if needed.
     
  16. Yea heard good things about half jackets but that style of sunglasses just don't fit me that well


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  17. Vultite

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