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Custom molded ear plugs in Western Washington?

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  1. medic23

    medic23 TS Member

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    Are there any dealers/makers of the insta-mold custom ear plugs in the Seattle/Tacoma/Everett area? I would like to get an extra set or two for myself and I was wondering if there were any reps in the area who could make a set for me. I know that you can get the do-it-yourself kits from various retailers online but I have not had any success with them in the past and want to try and avoid them if possible. Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Ben
  2. Finprof

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    You could call Insta-mold to see if they have a dealer nearby. Contact info follows.

    I work in Philadelphia so I just went to the headquarters to have mine made.
    Hihgly recommended product. I wish I got mine a long time ago.


    INSTA-MOLD PRODUCTS, INC.
    610.935.7270 • 1.800.523.4081 (USA & CANADA) • 610.935.7271 fax
    Contact Us • 640 Hollow Road • PO Box 439 • Oaks, PA 19456 USA
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    Ben, Call Patricia Webster at 206-783-9994. She is based at Kenmore Gun Club. Greg
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    I'm not sure if she still doing them but, head down to Black Diamond club & ask for Mike Keller's wife (I can't remeber her name). She made me a pair last time I was in WA. Still use them


    Mongo~David
  5. nipper

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    Go to wal-mart and buy some of their ear plug mold stuff in the sporting goods section , works just fine and save yourself around 30.00, my wife helped me make mine and they work just as good as me paying some "expert" more, also-- buy the way--- go to a drug store and buy some swimmers silicon, save even more money,but if you really want too send me some molds of your ears and i will "custom" design you some ear plugs but i will have to charge you 99.95 plus shipping and handling, since my time is so valuable.

    Bill
  6. nipper

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    medic 23 --i am assuming you are a paramedic with license number 23 in the state of washington?? I could be wrong?? Make your own "custom" earplugs.

    Bill
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    Costco, good price,good product.
    Wayne Lyman
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    David's right, Mike Keller's wife Kim has a business making them. She seems to have a table at most of the PITA shoots. I don't have her number, but I recall that it's on the bulletin board at Black Diamond. She may be at the Puget Sound Continental shoots too; they're beginning soon. Phil E
  9. medic23

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    Thanks for all of the input on the earplugs; I'll try both Kim Keller and Patricia Webster before I try my luck again at the do-it-yourself kits. Bill(nipper) you are correct in that I am a paramedic but I am currently licensed in California. Ben M.
  10. shot410ga

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    You can buy the stuff (two part) from Gamiells (sp) for $9.95, and make your own.
  11. Inspector 12

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    You can also go to a hearing aid office and have a set of "molds" made for about $15 for a pair.
  12. AJ100

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    goose, how do those ear plugs work when you are shooting your AR 15?

    Tom(AJ100)
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