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Recommendation for Rx shooting glasses

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by ATLDave, Dec 13, 2012.

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  1. ATLDave

    ATLDave Member

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    I presently do all my shooting behind standard Rx glasses or Rx sunglasses. However, stories of bullet splash or other debris penetrating standard lenses or getting around non-wraparound styles are filling me with a desire for some dedicated shooting glasses with sturdy frames. Anybody have any particular recommendations? Brand of frame? Seeing an optometrist that specializes? Colors of lenses? If it matters, I have a fairly weak nearsighted Rx and do not (yet) require correction for close work, so no bifocal/progressive concerns at present.
     
  2. 2nd 41

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    I considered dedicated shooting eye wear but found it easier to wear OTG(over the glasses) protective shooting glasses. I bought them from the NRA store and set from Cabelas. HTH.
     
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  3. Highcaliber

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    Try bobster.com. They had photochromic shooting glasses WITH your prescription for $88 a while back. Limited lifetime warranty. $55 without a prescription.

    http://bobster.com]Bobster Tactical Eyewear Official Site
     
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