Hearing protection is somewhat of a sensitive subject to me, especially after getting my first set of hearing aids before age 50. My problem is a frequency loss resulting in tinnitus (ringing)—otherwise known by many in my profession as “gun writer’s disease.” Whether the cause was my fault, military or professional service, or hereditary is a matter for debate, but the performance of Walker’s Razor Series is not.
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There are too things wrong with hearing protection today. First, the units are too big. How many times have you (personally), or a shooter you were helping, touched off
I can think of few things more irritating than ill-fitting earplugs when trying to enjoy a nice day on the range.
Guest post by Jonathan Owen, CEO of SHWAT.com
Hearing Protection isn’t sexy. Of course neither is your ears ringing or having to ask “what?” “WHAT?”
I have been shooting with my trusty pink Radians Remington passive earmuffs for over five years now. They work well and are comfortable, so it hasn’t occurred to me to replace them.
In the 1983 classic holiday film A Christmas Story, all nine-year old Ralphie Parker wants for Christmas is a
Ear protection is one of those “must-have” items for the shooting range or in-the-field shooting scenarios such as hunting. The world of hearing protection now available for today’s shooters has improved drastically over the last 20 years. If you are on the range today, you see everything from high-end electronic hearing protection to throwaway orange foam earplugs and several options in between.
If you are going to play with guns and ammo you’ll also need eyes and ears. We are talking protection of course. Eye protection varies by whether or not you normally wear glasses, like to see the world in yellow or prefer clear versus tint.
There I two things I never forget when I head to the shooting range and no it’s not a gun or ammo. It is eye and ear protection. I would rather show up to the range sans firearm than risk my hearing or vision.
HySkore’s Over and Out AM/FM hearing protection electronic earmuffs are designed for yard work, construction or for the shop. With a 21 NRR rating, it also makes a good supplement to your earplugs at the shooting range.
Hey guys, I know some of you would rather cut off your own thumb than go to the mall and