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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by gsp1486, Mar 28, 2007.

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  1. gsp1486

    gsp1486 TS Member

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    Just wondering if anybody out there has ever used shooting glasses from Leonard Maggiore in Queens, N.Y. I understand they are scopz shooting glasses with zeiss glass. Price seems quite reasonable for single prescription and just curious if prescriptions were accurate and clear and what you thought of the frames. Thanks for any info - Gary
     
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    Love the Zeiss frames and the T* coating on the lenses makes all the difference. Their lenses have a little bit more contrast than the standard Ranger or Dycot, but not much. For prescription lenses, no one make more optically transparent lenses than Post 4 Optics. If you don't like his frames, he'll make you a set for your frames. He is the only one using CR-39 optical plastic, and for me that makes all the difference.
     
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