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Shooting glasses

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by shubble72, Apr 8, 2008.

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  1. shubble72

    shubble72 TS Member

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    Looking for a good set of shooting glasses for shooting in the sun and also under the lights. What is the best for orange dome targets?
     
  2. Jim101

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    Mash on the link, It should give you some help.





    Jim
     
  3. XXPowder

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    The best set is one with removable lenses, since there is no one color that will work for both..........
     
  4. kolar kda

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    i shot in randolph rangers and i loved them, couldnt be happier with them. my grandfather heard me talking about how great they were so he went and got a pair with i think 5 different color perscription lenes, but i think his were decot, but he also loves them. a good set that has changeable lenses is key
     
  5. shubble72

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    What colors do you prefer and anyone got any for sale?
     
  6. washandwear

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    Hi

    There is a pair of Decot on Ebay.

    Item number: 140222793451

    Rgds
     
  7. burgy

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    I have a set of Randolph Ranger XLW with three different colored lenses for sale. CMT, purple and yellow. $175 or any reasonable offer.
     
  8. XXPowder

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    Please email me at thomasahoppe@ netzero.com

    I have a set of Post4's and a set of Rangers that I'll sell if your interested
    ...............Tom
     
  9. spitter

    spitter Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    Bob Allen is offering glasses in their latest catalogue. Similar to a Ranger frame with adjustable nose bridge for $140/3 color lens set - Yellow Vermillion and Bronze, can get orange and purple also.

    Yellows, reds, oranges and purples will mute blues to accentuate red/orange.
     
  10. vector1

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    i used a set of yellow tinted zeiss shooting day & night both. worked good. no longer shooting now so if you want to buy them they are available. also have rose/red, clear, if you want. just preferred the yellow, especially at night. mj-brooksathotmaildotcom
     
  11. shot410ga

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    Decot: vermillion (sun) & clear for night.
     
  12. IM390

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    According to my optimologist, who just finihed a three year study at some university said amber will give you the best contrast for reducing glare while shooting. And if you are interested in protecting your healthy eyes as well, be sure to have polarizing lenses in your glasses as well.
     
  13. DTrykow

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    I think Decot and Ranger are not bullet/ballistic glass. I would find something that can withstand some sort of impact. Hydefspecs are expensive but have ballistic glass. Many counts of guns blowing up and shot raining down in the woods, more safety wouldn't hurt. Dave T
     
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