Ear and eye protection is important for shooting because loud noises from guns can damage hearing and debris from guns can damage eyesight. Wearing earplugs or earmuffs and safety glasses can help protect against these risks.
20 Best Ear And Eye Protection For Shooting
1. Peltor Sport Tactical 500 Electronic Hearing Protector
The advanced technology helps reduce the ambient noise
Bluetooth connectivity lets you connect with your smartphone easily
The state-of-the-art Sport Tactical 500 Electronic Hearing Protector from Peltor provides a targeted NRR of 26 dBA for passive sound protection. The 500 EHP suppresses gunshot noise and amplifies low sounds using proprietary 3M technologies.
Gunshot Recognition and Suppression Technology optimizes noise protection based on the firearm being used and the environment in which it’s being used. Clear Voice Tracking Technology seeks voice amongst the noise to improve speech intelligibility and situational awareness.
Bluetooth Wireless Technology is included to seamlessly sync to mobile devices. Users can make and receive phone calls through the headset. Intuitive buttons and voice guidance let you operate without removing headset.
Durable recessed microphones designed to reduce wind and fan noise. Engineered for optimal fit and comfort. Vented, adjustable headband improves comfort when worn with hats. Auto shut-off feature. Foldable for storage and carry.
I have a lot of Peltor earmuffs. This one was expensive and a HUGE disappointment. I went to the shooting range last week and used it. They claim 24db noise reduction — no way. I went home with my ears ringing.
It is Much louder than my other similarly rated headsets. It has the WORST headband on it of any of my headsets (worse even than my $29 bargain headsets) — far worse. It is not ‘soft’ in any way, in fact they made a plastic ridge in the center of it that is quite uncomfortable.
Perhaps it is a good product for other uses, but for shooting, it falls completely flat. I will buy more headsets in the future, but probably never again a Peltor — they should know better. They USED to do better, what happened? It is going into my ‘expensive but not very good’ bucket.
I used these headphones for less than a year every day at the shooting range. So far, they have been doing great, unfortunately, after about 11 months of use, the headband holding the headphones on the head broke.
I understand that these are not headphones from the Work Style series, but I respected them so far and I was careful during use, and despite everything they broke. This is a very poor recommendation for such a well-known company.
I do not recommend these headphones, unless you go out to the shooting range at most once a month, then maybe they will last you longer, but remember to be very careful with them, because they are very delicate and fall apart on their own.
Apart from that, everything worked as it should, and until my headband broke, I was generally satisfied, although the sound quality could have been better. Do not buy! There are better products!.
My wife and I both have the 500’s. We use them around power equipment around thehouse and I use them while shooting. They ha great sound quality, the pairing is easy with my Iphone & iPod, and the noise canceling is adjustable.
The only issues I have had over the past couple of years is the head band and the battery door. The head strap has already broken as well as the battery cover retaining strap. I had to use a zip tie to hold the head band together.
It would be great is the headstrap would swivel or have an option to wear behind the head. You can’t wear a head cover over the head strap. Standing in the sun all day without a hat can be painfull.
It come in your choice of multiple lens colors to perfectly match your shooting conditions. Wide polycarbonate injected lenses allow for a greater field of vision and increased eye protection. It feature a lightweight plastic, soft touch frame with anti-slip tips and a comfortable nose rest to ensure you will keep them on all day long.
Having so many choices of lens colors makes these Beretta shooting glasses perfect for any background conditions. I have a red and a lavender colored pair which gives excellent visibility in most of the shooting conditions I experience.
At such a reasonable price having multiple pairs is not going to break the bank. Being so durable and coming with a carry case makes them an excellent value.
The nose piece is very narrow and not adjustable. If you have a wider nose, the glasses ride very high on your face. At the same time, the glasses are very wide. If you have a skinny nose and a wide face, they will fit perfectly.
These are excellent shooting glasses, especially for the very reasonable price. The lenses are large and wide for maximum eye protection and are of good quality, providing a clear, non-distorted target picture.
There is no top frame, for an unfettered view, and the fit is nice and snug with no movement on the face. All in all a top quality, but inexpensive, product.
This kit for ladies provides everything a female shooter needs to protect her eyes and ears at the shooting range. This convenient kit includes Buckmark shooting glasses, soft foam earplugs, and adjustable fit ear muffs especially designed for women shooters.
The shooting glasses combine a pink frame with polycarbonate lenses that deliver wrap-around eye protection and enhanced target visibility. The pink soft foam earplugs provide comfortable, unobstructed noise reduction, and come in a handy plastic storage case.
The adjustable fit ear muffs provide a noise reduction rating (NRR) of 26 dB. Padded ear cups and headband ensure comfort, especially important when wearing with eye protection. This kit for ladies is easily carried in a daypack or range bag.
While these are cute in person it did not drown out the background noise of the shots going off in the other lanes next to me. I heard everything very loud and clear! My next trip to the range I’ll probably try the plugs with the ear protector, hopefully that’ll help.
For those reasons I don’t recommend unless you don’t mind hearing the shots from the other lanes.
This kit is of high quality and is great for a beginner that needs all the protection when you go to the range for safety. Also you can not bet Browning products and they work every time. This is the perfect gift to give a women that needs everything at the range for safety and it comes in PINK.
The Walker’s Shooting Glasses are essential components for your outdoor shooting trails. The high impact lenses are made of polycarbonate exceeding ANSI Z87. 1-2010 High Impact Requirement. This design offers superior coverage and free air movement.
I wear these glasses all day at work. They work well. My only complaint is that the nose pieces are not permanently attached. They fall off if you’re not careful. I will probably add some crazy glue to them.
I was looking for reasonably priced safety glasses to wear while playing pickleball. Most of the “Pickleball” safety glasses or “Raquetball” safety glasses are priced more than I want to pay (anywhere from $18-$25).
I found the Walker Shooting glasses were a viable alternative at $9. 99 at Dick’s. These glasses are made to the same specifications as the “Pickleball or Raquetball glasses, so why pay more? The Walker’s do not fog up; fit very comfortably, offer full eye proection and do not fall off while running around the pickleball court.
Save yourself some money and buy the Walker Shooting glasses for pickleball. They are great!.
The Walkers Razor Patriot Electronic Earmuffs are designed for shooters who are proud of the American flag. Razor Patriot muffs use sound-activated compression to automatically shut off loud noises, within.
02 seconds, to an effective noise reduction rating (NRR) of 23dB. Conversations, range commands, and the sounds of approaching game are amplified with 2 hi-gain omni-directional microphones. A recessed volume-control knob allows you to regulate incoming sound.
The slim, low-profile ear-cup design minimizes interference with firearm stocks so you can shoulder your gun quickly and shoot instinctively. A comfort headband with a US flag on each side provides all-day comfort and keeps the muffs in place during recoil.
A folding design facilitates storage. Walkers Razor Patriot Electronic Earmuffs operate on 2 AAA batteries (included). External battery door provides quick access.
I’ve had these muffs for about 3 years now. I wear them anytime there’s a firearm in my hands and even if I’m working around loud power tools on home projects. I’ve taken several whitetail, countless waterfowl and tons of paper targets wearing them.
They do a good job of amplifying sounds until the shot and I’ve even heard whitetail sneaking up on me before seeing them because of these muffs. Being able to have a normal conversation at a whispering volume with someone seconds before the rapport of a 22-250 in the dead of the Canadian prairie winter without having to choose between hearing damage or spooking your quarry fumbling with hearing protection is absolutely invaluable for me.
I’m a musician so protecting my hearing is of utmost importance to me and now I don’t have to choose. Battery life for my use so far has been incredible. One set of good AAAs for the last 2+ years. A lot of people look at me funny for wearing muffs while hunting but I gave an extra set to a friend of mine last goose hunt and now he’s hooked as well.
They are surprisingly warm even in -20C (if you wear something UNDER the ear cups which I don’t, you’re not getting full protection) and the ONLY downsides to them so far are: – there’s not really anything to combat wind noise -you can’t hear your shot connecting with it’s target, or at least I can’t Long story short, they’re great quality and I’m very happy with them.
Wouldn’t go out without em now and hopefully will never have to. All of my guns except my 22LR have a ridiculously loud shot due to accessories, features or calibre and I’ve only ever bumped them slightly loose once (at the range) and I noticed it afterward.
I don’t know why the specs listed here for the Razor Slim earmuffs say “individual volume controls”, there is only one on/off/volume control. These muffs utilize a single volume control which controls left and right volume simultaneously.
I just tested the Quad Razor Slim earmuffs, and they appear to be stereophonic. (If you softly rub your finger on the outer case of the right muff, sound is amplified primarily on the right, and the same action with left side produces the same results on the left) That being said, it is difficult to discern from which direction noises are emanating with these muffs.
Same as the other Walker’s electronic earmuffs with only dual microphones. My Howard Leight Impact Sport electronics muffs do a much better job as far as directional noise locating abilities. But they are less comfortable and the on/off/volume knob feels a little bit sketchy and does not operate as smoothly or conveniently as the Walker’s.
The Radians Revelation Shooting Glass offers 5-position ratchet plus 4-position telescoping temples for superior fit. Soft non-slip rubber nosepiece with self-adjusting fingers. Ventilation channel between lens and frame to reduce fogging.
Polarized lenses for superior glare control. Blocks 99. 9 of the sun’s harmful UV rays. ANSI Z87. 1-2003 compliant.
I have worn these glasses for over ten years (not the same pair) and are the MOST comfortable I have ever owned. Once you own a a pair of polarized sun glasses you will appreciate them. They arms adjust lengthwise and the lens adjust fore and aft so you can make them hug your face when in bright sunlight which is really nice.
You can afust them to hug your cheeks so no light comes up from under the bottom of the lens. They are lightweight not heavy. They work really well on the water. The nose peice is built into the frame so you NEVER have to adjust it, its soft and comfortable not like adjustable nose peices where you feel them resting on your nose when out of adjustment.
The lens are removable but don’t pop out unless forced. The arms are contoured so they rest behind your ears so as you bindover and turn your head the stay put, and as I said earlier the glasses are lightweight and when adjusted to fit snugly they don’t slid back and forth.
Conclusion: for the price you cannot feel disappointed.
These are my all time favourite sunglasses. I’m a sailor and spend a lot of summer hours on the water; also do a bit of shop work (wood and metal) so they double as safety glasses. These polarised glasses give good visibility into the water; they are light and very comfortable; they stay on during vigorous activity; the wraparound lens gives protection from side lighting; and best of all, they are very affordable! I keep a box of about 10 pair around at all times.
They get wrecked eventually from bottom paint (in the boat yard) or dings from flying scraps at the table saw or chop saw; they get dropped in sand and scratched; now and then one gets away from me and goes overboard.
But the price is so reasonable that this attrition rate is acceptable. These are a GREAT value and a GREAT product.
I purchased several pairs of these for our youth shooting program. They seemed perfect, however a very disappointing feature emerged. I loaned three pairs of these to workers doing plumbing soldering around my house.
All three pairs were missing the nose pads when returned. I don’t suspect the workers of any mischief; what use are nose pads without the eye protection? I contacted the manufacturer for replacements and they are not available!?!? Very disappointed to hear this.
The perfect eye protection just became recycling items; these are very uncomfortable without the nose pads.
Howard Leight by Honeywell Vapor II Sharp-Shooter Shooting Glasses feature an optical-grade, polycarbonate lens that is ideal for most indoor or outdoor shooting environments. Made with a 9-base lens, these shooting glasses provide a 180 degree field of vision for enhanced peripheral viewing.
The Fog-Ban anti-fog coating enhances safety and performance when venturing into humid environments. Designed for all-day comfort, these safety glasses feature a lightweight nylon frame, casual sport temples and a soft nose bridge that sit lightly on the face.
The wraparound frame ensures a secure fit, and the clear lens is suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. All Howard Leight safety eyewear and earmuffs are compatible for use with each other.
They were purchased initially for hunting. They now serve as daily eye protection for use on bright sunny days. The protection is excellent. The anti glare is truly incredible. I now have two pair. Economically incredible.
These are lightweight, comfortable, and they will be versatile. I had been looking for sunglasses and was surprised and at first disappointed by the lack of tint when they arrived, but realized they gentle darkening will make it so they’ll be functional in low light, too.
Taking them outside into the full sun, a quick on/off comparison confirmed they “take the edge off” of the glaring sun and allow the eyes to relax, without hindering the ability to see. Pretty cool. They’re slightly mirrored near the middle and clearer on the peripheral vision, which is not bad looking, either.
Last, I have a small/narrow face and these actually fit.
Great for a hazy day. These are not the vermillion color that highlights clays, but they do bring out color on an overcast day of shooting. A bit flimsy but for this price they are just about disposable.
Range muffs feature low profile contoured ear cups, padded headband for a comfortable fit, soft PVC ear pads, ultra-light weight, and compact folding design. Noise reduction rating of 22dB (decibel), ANSI (American National Standards Institute) S3.
19 rated. Sports glasses feature high grade polycarbonate lenses, adaptable design to fit a broad range of facial sizes and to allow for air to flow freely, ratcheting lens pitch adjustment, and adjustable nose pad.
Meets ANSI Z87. 1-2003 high impact requirements. Foam tip ear plugs easily conform to shape of the ear and are ideal for louder environments. Noise reduction rating of 30dB.
Nice set of glasses, comfortable fit, nice clear yellow lenses. However, the ear muffs are not expandable and barely fit my big head. Not cancellation ability is superb, great for hearing protection, even in an indoor handgun range.
I bought this combo on sale, and they were a good price. The glasses are good as well. The ear muffs, however, apart from their protective capabilities, are not very good at all. Like other reviews state, they are hard to adjust and keep adjusted; also, the plastic is brittle.
If you look carefully at the hinge design, the force of pulling the ear muffs apart to place them on your head naturally puts strain on the part of the hinge that is made of very thin plastic. These broke during their first time out on the range.
With an improved hinge design, this would be a great affordable set.
These are great headphones for the casual shooter (of which I am) as well as doing yard work. They fit snugly on my head and work quite well even while wearing glasses. I bought two pairs of these for when I and friends go out and do some shooting.
Honestly for cheap simple hearing protection these cannot be beat. The earplugs when used with the earmuffs are great for anything in the intermediate cartridge to rifle cartridge range. The safety glasses are the only thing that I have a problem with, they are not very comfortable and at least one pair I got has sharp edges on the news piece (that’s why only four-star).
Altogether for the casual user this is a fantastic buy.
I drive a charter bus. i’m pretty serious about my visibility. let me list what you get for 9 or 10 bucks with these. Polarized: drive into the glare after rain, the low morning sun, the glint of other windshields, no prob.
Smoke color: just right for passing thru a tunnel, not too dark, eyes not tired from the glasses after a long day in snow-world. Wraparound: gives you excellent peripheral vision, keeps the dust and flying stuff from nailing you.
High Bows: out of the way for great peripheral vision, never break, back and forth from on my head to on my nose, hinge and plastic just keep right on going. Optically Correct: so many kids wearing neon oversized cheap sunglasses or ‘Italian’ sunglasses for ‘looks’, they don’t even consider the distortion they are hobbled with.
Comfortable: so light and you don’t even feel the rubber nosepiece. Ballistic: if a small rock or some sand from a truck hits you, you are still rollin’. After a couple years I can tell they are getting a few micro scratches from my t-shirt or whatever beach towel I cleaned them with.
Put on a new pair and BLAM! IT’S LIKE EXPENSIVE GLASS. AWESOME. believe me, I DID my research on hundreds of pairs. oh, and don’t worry about looking cool, you will.
EarShield’s new Sound Reduction Chamber Technology changes the sport shooter experience. Now you can shield your ears from high-decibel noise comfortably while hearing other sound frequencies such as speech, clearly, without removing your gear.
Unlike muffs, Ear Shield’s compact design won’t get in the way of achieving the proper cheek weld.
Without some modification, I would not recommend this for use with firearms. As it comes, the portion that fits in your ears does not sill off sound nearly well enough and there is a hole in the middle that goes into a tube that allows almost all sound in.
I had to fill that hole with small expanding ear plugs in order to make the noise suppression adequate for the gun range. The only saving grace for these is the compact size. The size makes it easier to shoot a rifle or a shotgun from the shoulder.
I admit, I was a skeptic, but they were cheap enough to gamble on. I needed something that wouldn’t hit the stock of my target rifle, I saw these and gave them a try. To my amazement, I was able to hear people around me yet not be deafened by the shotgun in the next lane! I zeroed my new scope and shot concise tight grouping while this shotgun roared next to me! Well worth the money I paid for them.
O bought this noise reduction device to see if it could allow a better shooting position when I shoot trap and not be in the way of my fitment to my guns stock. The headset does improve that with its smaller size.
I was surprised at how well it reduces noise in spite of it smaller size. However all is not gold – the foam covered places that go up against your ears are not as easy to keep in contact with your ears and unless you have huge ears are hard to push into your ears and stay.
When it comes to protecting your eyes during your range or field work make sure to use reliable and durable eye protection, and Radians makes some of the very best. The Radians RSG-3 shooting glass features a lightweight, metal frame with interchangeable lens design.
Easily switch between 3 lens colors: Clear, Orange and Amber. Kit includes a cleaning cloth, side shields, and premium fold over case to store lenses.
The Low-Profile E-Max hearing protection combines great circuitry with a low profile earcup that’s ideal for shotgun shooters and action shooters. The E-Max amplifies sounds below 85 decibels, which amplifies normal communication, range commands, and environmental sounds.
Above 85 decibels, the microphones shut off for a split second to protect the shooter’s hearing. Two microphones – one in each cup – give the user true stereo sound and allow the user to identify the directional source of a sound.
Includes an integrated audio input jack allowing music to be played. Runs on 2 AAA batteries (not included). 23dB Noise Reduction Rating.
Bought these for the range. They work great. First time using an electronic version, and when I turned them all the way up you can hear so clearly 100ft away, amazing. Definitely a nice set for a good price.
Ensure that your eyes are well protected as you move in to take out your target with the Ballistic Shooting Glasses by Champion. These professional grade glasses fend off damage to your eyes when shooting while simultaneously delivering 99.
9% UVA and UVB protection. The sleek amber lenses improve your visibility in sunny weather without so much tint as to impede your view in a shady area. Feel confident as you move and maneuver, knowing that the Champion slip-resistant technology will hold the glasses securely in place.
Good ear protection and I really like the feel of it. It’s just the right amount of tightness without squeezing my head. Since everyone has different shaped head, I’m sure some will like this more than others.
Personally it fits really well for me and has adequate sound proofing ability. Even though not necessary, I wear ear plugs with these anyway just because I don’t mind ear plugs and one can never have enough protection.
They look nice. Fold up easily. Protect my hearing. Got them at 50% off and that’s an absolute steal at that price. Used about 5 times so can’t comment on how they’ll hold up. I’m happy with the purchase.
Walkers EXT Folding Range Muff with Sport Glasses and Plugs Combo have a Noise reducing rating NRR 34dB. The headband is padded for a comfortable fit. Soft PVC ear pads protects your hearing. The Sports Glasses are a high grade polycarbonate lenses that meet ANSI Z87.
1-2003 high impact requirements. These glasses adapts to a broad range of facial sizes.
I always go to Academy first for any recreational need. This combo kit for the shooting range was an absolute value; the ear-coverings were top notch and worked as well as much more expensive ear-coverings elsewhere and the eye protection was also excellent.
I proudly went to the range and let my inner-1970’s-cop-tv-series (sans mutton chops, 3 piece suit and platform shoes) wholly enjoy my time. Thank you Academy Sports!.
The Caldwell E-Max Electronic Earmuffs combine great circuitry with a low-profile ear cup that is ideal for shotgun shooters and action shooters. The two microphones in the E-Max amplify sounds below 85 decibels, which amplifies normal communication, range commands and environmental sounds.
Above 85 decibels, the microphones shut off to protect the shooter’s hearing. The ear cup width is 1. 75 inches and two AAA batteries are required but not included. Enabled with one stereo microphone in each cup, the user can localize sound from all directions.
These electronic muffs work pretty well. I can hear birds chirping, and normal conversation, but they immediately cancel out gunfire. The sound comes back quickly enough that I can hear the tail end of the echo from the shots.
They are a bit uncomfortable for me. I don’t like muffs. I stretched them out some, and they’re better, but still uncomfortable. They’re sensitive enough that they cancel out the sound of the slide dropping on my Browning Buck Mark.
I bought these shooting muffs with tongue in cheek. They were relatively inexpensive and though most reviews suggested they were above average a couple of the reviews had a bit of negativity in them.
I’m hard of hearing and though I’m supposed to wear hearing aids I don’t. The noise is just too overwhelming after an adult life of relatively increasing noise reduction. However, I don’t want to render myself totally deaf so I took a chance on these muffs and am glad I did.
They’re comfortable (for muffs/headphones), the noise cancellation is immediate when I discharge my weapon and the recovery is extremely fast so I can resume my discussion(s) after shooting and receive the next range command prior to the next series of discharges.
There have been times when I forgot I was wearing them while I’m “on the line” or in the safe area. I’ve experienced little (if any) wind effect on them and I’ve found they’re great to wear while I wander around in the heavily canopied Pacific Northwest westside forests.
I would definitely recommend these and have recommended this very brand to several shooters and outdoors enthusiasts who are somewhat hearing impaired like I am. They’re sturdy, comfortable, appear to be at least water “resistant” but I’m not convinced they’re wholly waterproof but so far they’ve lasted some of our torrential downpours we get around here.
They’re easy to tuck away in my butt pack or whatever and the batteries tend to last. For the price and the subsequent return on investment they’d be difficult to beat in my opinion. I would have given them 5 stars but quite frankly I haven’t had them long enough to see how long they’ll last.
They appear they’ll last quite some time so consider the “star rating” a 4 plus.
I purchased a pair of E 85 muffs. In a little over a year the mic covers fell apart. At that time it was really hard to hear out of one ear. I thought it might be the mic covers causing the issue or the batteries getting low.
I replaced the first set of batteries but no change. I sent a message to Caldwell asking if I could buy new covers. No reply after 2 weeks I responded to the original message and still no response from them.
I have 3 sets of their muffs but with this kind of silence to problems why should I purchase any of their products???????.
Honeywell Impact Pro Sound Amplification Electronic Earmuffs were designed for handgun and pistol shooters looking for maximum hearing protection. These earmuffs carry a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 30 in both on and off mode.
When the electronic ear protection is switched on, these earmuffs employ built-in directional microphones that amplify range commands and other ambient sounds to a safe 82 dB, providing more natural listening and enhanced communication.
As an added safety feature, Honeywell Earmuffs also actively listen and automatically shut off amplification when loud impulsive sounds like firearm discharges reach 82 dB. Padded headband features telescopic height adjustment for a comfortable, customized fit.
Rubberized pressure points prevent gunstock scratching. An external audio jack lets you connect the earmuffs to an MP3 player, scanner or other audio source. The automatic shut-off function after 4 hours helps extend battery life.
Protect yourself against hazardous gunfire noise without being left in silence.
Previous to this, I was using the Howard Leight by Honeywell Impact Sport doubled up with earplugs and this is a huge step up from that. This is a must have, especially for indoor range shooters. I still like my sport versions for outdoor shooting, but for indoor (especially with higher caliber munitions) this made a big difference.
I no longer need to double up protection and can hold a conversation/hear range instruction without risking my hearing. I highly recommend these. Only draw back is these are a bit larger, so for percision rifle shooting it may interfer with your stock.
That said for pistols and even normal shotgun use, these are perfect.
There are only two electronic ear muffs that provide a 29dB noise reduction, these Howard Leights and Pro Ears (which are $100 more). I have several of both types, they work the same. My pictures are of the yellow and also a black Howard Leight unit and the pink unit is a Pro Ears.
The military desert colored one is USGI and no longer made by Silencio, but it was the first of such high end products. Note the battery compartment access, the switches and the one failed (repaired) joint.
This HL brand has a metalIc head suspension, likely better durability altho Ive had one set fail at the plastic hinge connection at the ear cup. The Pro Ears version is a plastic head suspension and the pads are cushier, but ive had the electronics get sweaty and corrode green, destroying a few units.
Neither choice option is perfect, but the Howard Leight version is priced way lower. Either choice, get a 29dB as youre damaging your hearing otherwise, certainly true in any indoor shooting environment (above.
22LR) Understand that the 29dB rating is the noise reduction capability even if turned off or no batteries. This is the key to rating the sound reduction capabilities. The electronic portion of the dB reduction is irrelevant for you and me, its stated for scientists and lawyers.
Pish posh mumbo jumbo. All you hotta know is 29dB, and theres only these 2 options. They are great for instructors and their students, allowing for unimpeded communication which is so critical.
Peltor Bulls Eye 3 Ear DefendersnThe 3M Peltor Hearing protector capsule bull’ Eye III has been developed in close collaboration with world-class sports protect specially designed for hunting and shooting.
The foldable ear combines highest security with an extremely comfortable fit. This model has green capsules and a dam value of SNR 35 dB. The high safety of the bull ‘Eye III is based on an innovative double shell technology, which resonance in the inside of the capsule minimises and maximum insulation of high frequencies.
The advantage: Conversations and warning signals are still well to understand. An acoustic connection between the capsule inner area and the area between the tray achieves an optimal insulation low frequencies.
For a perfect fit, the soft, wide sealing rings made from foam. At the same time minimizes the generous space under the capsules build-up of heat and sweat and guarantees a comfortable wearing. For a constant low pressure even for a long period of appli.
Excellent product, reasonably priced and therefore great value-for-money. This helps with stuff like regular eating at my regular, alleged home. Things like these make life somewhat tolerable at this point.
They are low noise and frequency tuned for natural sound clarity and the recessed volume control knobs allow the user to tune the muff to the frequency position that best matches the user’s hearing. The independent volume control permits the hunter the ability to dial each side of the muff to a comfortable sound level for each ear.
Razor Series – Slim Shooter Folding Muff – Dark Earth
Razor Series – Slim Shooter Folding Muff – Dark Earth. 2 x AAA Batteries
The conclusion of ear and eye protection for shooting is that it is extremely important to wear both ear and eye protection when shooting. This is because the noise from the gun can damage your hearing and the debris from the gun can damage your eyes.
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