Skip to comments.Vanity! Any recommendations on electronic earmuffs?
Posted on 02/17/2013 11:13:41 AM PST by Wingy
For years I have used a plain Jane set of earmuffs when target shooting, but it's time to step up to the newfangled electronic type. 60 year old ears deserve some pampering. That said, I was hoping that you good folks had some advice, recommendations, or warnings. You guys are the best at this sort of thing.
I bought my fiancee’ a pair of Caldwell electronic muffs and he loves them. I got them for about $25 on Sportsmans Guide.
+1 on the Howard Leight’s. I’ve been using them for the past few years on the firing line at Appleseed shoots. They offer very good protection at a good price, even when you’re next to shooters with centerfire rifles (.223 & .308).
A good review is posted here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A3974DN8X4ZGTX/ref=cm_cr_pr_auth_rev?ie=UTF8&sort_by=MostRecentReview
>>Yeah, but she’s not wearing earmuffs :)<<
Well, not on her ears anyway...
I have owned Pelters, Remingtons,and have a set of Walker’s Alphas right now. They kept on getting better and better.
I like my Walkers I think they were right around 40 bucks from the sportsmans guide.
I love then when instructing, and as a OIC and RSO one can hear whats going on a long ways away.
I remember the frist ones called wolf ears big heavey batterys didn’t last long but they beat plain muffs.
And thanks for the graphic Joe.
Good price. Where?
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