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Ear protection that goes with earmuffs

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by China boy, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. China boy

    China boy

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    I just made a thread on good electronic ear muffs and now wonder if anyone has suggestions on affordable eye protection that works well with earmuffs. You know, ones that will fit well and not degrade the performance of the earmuff. Thanks for replies!
     
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  2. China boy

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    The original Title seen should say EYE protection that goes with EarMuffs. I tried to edit it but it only changed the view once you enter the post. Sorry.
     

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    Never had a problem with any eye protection with electronis or other earmuffs.
     
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    Well if thats the case, then what eye protection are you using?
     
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    I wear wire framed glasses anyway, so my shooting glasses have thin, narrow metal temples and my ear muffs seal pretty well over them. My current pair are polycarbonate lens prescription glasses to which I have added a stick on bifocal on the top edge of the right lens. Work like a charm. If I wore nylon or other synthetic framed glasses I would expect more issues due to the bulkier temples.