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MissouriFree
02-14-2009, 04:36 PM
All right folks I need some recommendations. The time has come for me to get a good pair of shooting glasses
I do a lot of Iron sight shooting and am getting more and more near sighted..

got any recommendations ??

Buck
02-14-2009, 04:45 PM
All right folks I need some recommendations. The time has come for me to get a good pair of shooting glasses
I do a lot of Iron sight shooting and am getting more and more near sighted..

got any recommendations *??

If you're old enough for shooting glasses it also time to visit a good optometrist
for a really good eye exam to keep your eyes/sight in good conditions. This
really isn't something to go cheap on.

Tim Horton
02-14-2009, 04:47 PM
Howdy

Can tell you one certain thing in life.
A lot sooner than you think, your reading glasses become your seeing glasses.

After you have gotten glasses, and your arms seem to be getting shorter, they will recommend bifocals.

Get the no line bifocals the very first time. DO NOT, under any circumstances get the lined kind of bifocals. You will NOT like them.

All this will pretty much clear up a blurry front site problem. You will find a peep site works a whole lot better than any other iron rear site.

Good luck
Wyo

MissouriFree
02-14-2009, 05:33 PM
To all,
please don't misunderstand, my sight is not bad just makes shooting with *irons sights challengng past say 50 meters. *:P :Pyards
I have set i drive with.

i am looking for best brand *style. material etc.

OzarkMtnDaredevil
02-14-2009, 06:21 PM
...irons sights challengng past say 50 meters.

MoFree. You guys use the Metric system?? No wonder u can't see. Perpetual migraine. :P