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Shooting glasses

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by BJ99, Mar 5, 2012.

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  1. BJ99

    BJ99 TS Member

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    Do you think polarized lenses help with trap shooting?
    Also, a recent thread mentioned some transition lenses, I didn't keep the name of the maker and would like to contact him, if you posted please tell me who he is.
    Thanks
     
  2. rmctaggart

    rmctaggart TS Member

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    e-mail maltzahn@windstream.net i ordered a pair of transition glasses from steve this week he is a post 4 dealer and a honest guy to deal with. bob mctaggart
     
  3. chipking

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    I had a very interesting experience with a set of the copper polarized lenses last fall. It was a bright sunny, blue sky with the little clouds that look like cotton balls right above the treeline. I seemed to be having problems with the first flight staying focused on the birds and was down 3 by the third post. Then I noticed that the clouds seemed to be phasing in and out of view with just a slight movement of my head. I managed to only lose one more bird and finished my first field with a 21. Walked back to my vehicle and switched to my dark purple normal lenses and managed to finish with a 95. Up till then I was real impressed with the polarized lenses and how they seemed to make the target "pop". Now I don't think I will ever use them again for trap.

    --- Chip King ---
     
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