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    Ear Protection

    Do you wear ear protection while rifle or handgun hunting? If so, what kind?
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    I don't. I sure do while at the range. I can say I wish I had a time or two when a buddy shoots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I don't. I sure do while at the range. I can say I wish I had a time or two when a buddy shoots.
    Yea,Same here
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    Just my hearing aids!!!!
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    When sighting in or working up loads..........absolutly. When hunting......no, I'm so focused on the shot i don't normally hear the gun go off.

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    Always have some sort of ear protection with me hunting.
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    Just at the range for me.

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    Ive trained my ears over years to block noise from guns and women.

    Jk on the guns part, women not. I wear at the range but never hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    Ive trained my ears over years to block noise from guns and women.

    Jk on the guns part, women not. I wear at the range but never hunting.
    Thats awesome! I think we are in the same boat.

 

 

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