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Where to get prescription shooting glasses

Discussion in 'General Competition' started by 1glockfan23, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. 1glockfan23

    1glockfan23

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    Where can I find a good deal on prescription shooting glasses? Anybody have any experience ordering them online?
     
  2. Jwickersham

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    Check the Rudy Project or WileyX websites for local vendors, it should have optometrist that carry their products
     


  3. Jager Arms

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    I just went to my eye doctor. I got WileyX frames with transition poly carbonate lenses. They are perfect for shooting sports.
     
  4. Hoser

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    Decot with the adjustable nosepiece. Worth it of you shoot rifle or shotgun.
     
  5. VAisForGlockers

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    Mind if I ask how much? My dr. gave me a price of $200+. So for the meantime I took a pair of Oakleys I had and went to a Wal Mart eye center and got my prescription but in those for $60.
     
  6. Jager Arms

    Jager Arms

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    If I remember correctly, they were $380 total.
     
  7. frankt

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    I bought a pair of the ESS Ice glasses from Optics Planet. At the time they were about $60 and came with a tinted,clear and yellow lens. I added the optic insert for $20 more.

    My Eye Doc charged me fifty to put a progressive prescription with the bifocal on top for the shooting eye. He charged $50. So for about $130 I have a set of prescription shooting glasses with three lens choices. I could not find any cheaper anywhere else.
     
  8. Bolle Vigilantes w/the lens insert. Have your local eye guys make the lenses that fit the insert.
     
  9. mikey357

    mikey357 CLM

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    +1...and they work GREAT for Pistol shooting as well!!!....mikey357
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2010