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Posted: 12/22/2001 6:36:11 PM EST
Time to spend the money and buy some good hearing protection for the firing range. Any suggestions on what seems to do the best job? Thanks
Link Posted: 12/22/2001 7:05:58 PM EST
Hi ya wist, I've got a set of Peltor electronic muffs on my xmas wish list. I've used em an like the elect ones cause I shoot alot. JB
Link Posted: 12/22/2001 7:13:45 PM EST
what was the question? i didnt hear ya the first time.....
Link Posted: 12/22/2001 7:17:28 PM EST
Well, if you don't want to spend a lot, you could get a 50 pack of MAX ear plugs (rated NRR 33) from Dillon Precision. If you want earmuffs and don't want to spend a lot, get yourself a Peltor Ultimate 10 headset. If you rally want to spend some money, get yourself some Pro Ears electronic earmuffs. Personally, I use both the MAX ear plugs with a set of Pro Ears electronic earmuffs. The best protection but I can still hear other people when they talk to me. USPC40
Link Posted: 12/22/2001 7:54:53 PM EST
Where can I buy the Pro Ears electronic earmuffs online, and who has the best prices?
Link Posted: 12/22/2001 8:19:27 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/22/2001 8:11:34 PM EST by Orion526]
I use ear plugs and ear muffs. Stop laughin dammit! [:D] I get headaches when i go to the range. The muzzle blast off my buddies M14 doesnt help either......LOL
Link Posted: 12/22/2001 9:47:26 PM EST
I really like my Peltor Tactical 6-S. Great protection and I can hear conversations (near and far) loud and clear. Some prefer the regular headband, but I have no problem with the behind the neck wire set up. Here's a pic of me with the Peltor Tactical 6. [img]http://wsphotofews.excite.com/013/1R/4N/tw/n991528.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 12/22/2001 10:36:19 PM EST
OT: No matter how good the sound suppression, sound is still transmitted thru your bones. I took a hearing test awhile back, and the audiologist could tell that I was a shooter, and whether I was a right or left hand shooter. If you shoot those super loud magnums indoors, the audiologist recommends that you stand outside when not actually shooting in order to protect your hearing.
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