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    What shooting glasses do you use if any

    What's the best for the price shooting glasses for eye protection.
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    I use a pair of safety glasses that I picked up at Lowes. I do not know the brand, but they are impact resistant and are anti glare coated. I think I paid $15 for them a few years ago.
    A person could spend some big bucks on specialized shooting glasses, but I don't think they would work any better.
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    I use my Bobster (Sport &Street) motorcycle goggles. Thirty bucks. Three lenses (clear, amber, smoke). A touch of foam to inside the frame to stop the wind.
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    I use a pair I bought about 10 years ago. Have no idea what they are or how much they cost. I have looked at a pair, think they were called Wiley-X, if I remember right. They were nice, but seems they were expensive as well. See a lot of them at the range.
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    I use nemesis safety glasses that I get from work.
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    I had my optometrist make up a pair of shooting glasses to my prescription. No distortion. Comfortable. They live in a glasses case in my shooting bag.
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    ESS Crossbow, can change the shield out with clear, dark smoke, polarized, yellow or rose (for clays). Adapter allows prescription lens drop in. Not the cheapest but pretty versatile. All ANSI Z87.1+ and MIL-PRF-31013 certified
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    I use cheap ones as I keep loosing them. Mostly in my car. There must be several in there, somewhere. Found a chocolate egg the other day.
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    Expensive safety glasses? Expensive sun glasses?


    Well what are your eyes worth to you? Ya only get one set, and there is not a "direct replacement" option........
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    Re reading this thread, I realised I had been on the range yesterday zeroing two rifles, with no eye protection. Stupid. Just forgot. Be more careful in the future.
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