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#5851051 - 07/27/15 08:09 PM Type of Hearing protection
spg Offline
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Registered: 08/11/13
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Which type of hearing protection do you use when shooting. I've tried the low profile muffs but they restrict me from mounting the rifle comfortably. I use plugs primarily now but sometimes take to long to apply in hunting situations and most of my guns have breaks so hearing protection is a must.

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#5851346 - 07/28/15 12:49 AM Re: Type of Hearing protection [Re: spg]
TexasEd Offline
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Registered: 09/27/07
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Loc: Cedar Park, Texas
I use electronic muffs. I don't have a problem with cheek weld.
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#5854433 - 07/29/15 07:35 PM Re: Type of Hearing protection [Re: spg]
syncerus Offline
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Registered: 12/01/08
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You've got two choices: low profile electronic muffs that don't bother you, or spring for a suppressor. FWIW, many suppressors have muzzle brake mounting units. A .338 Lapua that sounds like a .223 and kicks like a .308 is an amazing thing ...
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