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#5839530 - 07/20/15 11:31 AM Shooting Glasses
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My son shoots NSCA and 4H and he is wanting a pair of shooting glasses. He has been shooting with his oakleys. Last week he shot with some purple lens in some randolphs. What would be your recommendation for a good pair of glasses for him/

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#5839955 - 07/20/15 03:46 PM Re: Shooting Glasses [Re: Gamehunter77]
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Registered: 03/10/09
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Loc: Bridgeport, Tx
http://www.clayshooterssupply.com/about-us/

check out the link above. I was just using my regular shades and last April I stepped up to Oakleys. It made a huge difference to me in how well I see the clays. They have all kinds of glasses but may be able to just get different lenses for his Oakleys. They have a storefront in the Dallas area.


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#5841379 - 07/21/15 12:58 PM Re: Shooting Glasses [Re: poisonivie]
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I have a pair of the Beretta shooting glasses. They come in a purple and are very reasonable @ $40.

Beretta @ Cabela's
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#5841613 - 07/21/15 04:23 PM Re: Shooting Glasses [Re: Gamehunter77]
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I shoot with a pair of Oakley shooting glasses, no complaints. The biggest factors are to get a pair that are well ventilated and have a small or no bridge between the eyes. the Prizms look nice.
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#5841793 - 07/21/15 06:24 PM Re: Shooting Glasses [Re: Gamehunter77]
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Originally Posted By: Gamehunter77
My son shoots NSCA and 4H and he is wanting a pair of shooting glasses. He has been shooting with his oakleys. Last week he shot with some purple lens in some randolphs. What would be your recommendation for a good pair of glasses for him/


I have a pair of Wiley X. I haven been able to tear them up or scratch the poly lens... That says something being I have two pairs of Costas in the shop.

The polarization isn't as good as Costa but good enough and lens are extremely tough.

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#5842248 - 07/21/15 10:36 PM Re: Shooting Glasses [Re: Gamehunter77]
Strongbad Offline
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Registered: 02/04/10
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I shoot with Rudy Project "Magster" glasses. One of the best shooting investments I ever made.

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#5842906 - 07/22/15 11:17 AM Re: Shooting Glasses [Re: Gamehunter77]
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http://gargoyleseyewear.com/get-to-know-us/gargoyles-technology/

For all purposes.

I've seen a pair of gargoyles taken a 22lr at close range. It didn't go thru.

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#5843615 - 07/22/15 06:34 PM Re: Shooting Glasses [Re: Gamehunter77]
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Registered: 09/22/06
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Loc: Texas
There are several brands that are good for shooting. I am partial to Oakley's and I prefer the Radar's with the G26 shooting specific lens. Pilla's and Rudy's are also great choices. I prefer a darker lens than most unless I am shooting in the trees where there are shadows and targets go from dark to light, then I want an orange lens to make the targets stand out. Lens interchangeability is a huge factor in what I would purchase.

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