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    Best Shooting Glasses

    What is the best shooting glass? What to consider before buying this type glass. Which brand glasses you will recommend to buy? Please share your personal experience about shooting glasses.
    I just want to update here..After admin recommendation about Radians shooting glasses I searched and read some review like totalguide site. I bought radians shooting glasses and it looks really good to me.

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    You need to look for something that provides good wrap-around protection, and minimal distortion. Cheap safety glasses tend to not offer an undistorted view.

    Look at Radians brand. (I'm not certain if that's spelled correctly.)
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    I'm currently using Decot glasses with prescription lenses.
    Lynnie, "Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. "
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    If you wear "headphone" type hearing protection, you want to look for shooting glasses with thin earpiece frame wires. Heavy earpiece frames will space the hearing protector cups away from your head and seriously reduce their effectiveness.

    I use Crews engineer model safety glasses, which have thin wire frames.

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    I prefer ESS ICE x2 glasses. I have the Rx insert for lenses with a focal point of 21 feet.

    http://www.esseyepro.com/ICE-2X-Reta...82_detail.html
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