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Post by Jwhelan939 on 6/13/2018, 7:28 pm

What's everyone using for eye protection? I used Oakley for a while and liked them, but they are pretty bulky. When I needed a new pair, I replaced them with a set of Project Rudy Rydon glasses. I have had them for about 6 months and am very disappointed in the clarity and the customer service. Anyone have any recommendations?

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Post by Wobbley on 6/13/2018, 9:20 pm

These mostly.  Mine have a small prescription.
https://www.amazon.com/Serengeti-Medium-Aviator-Sunglass-Polarized/dp/B00OKUJK6Q/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1528942769&sr=8-12&keywords=serengeti+sport+sunglasses
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Post by Chris Miceli on 6/14/2018, 5:26 am

At Perry a guy does glasses... not sure who he is.
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Post by troystaten on 6/14/2018, 1:41 pm

My prescription glasses have polycarbonate lenses or some such super plastic that are impact resistant.

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Post by james r chapman on 6/14/2018, 3:39 pm

yes, those are available.
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Post by John McCormick on 6/14/2018, 4:34 pm

I've had good luck with Decot. Fine product and wonderful customer service.

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Post by mikemyers on 6/14/2018, 9:30 pm

My glasses were made here in India (I'll be back home in a week); I picked out three similar, sturdy, and rather large frames, and got three pair of glasses made with polycarbonate lenses,  one set for 24" for two hand shooting, one set for 30" for one hand shooting, and one set for "infinity" for use with a red dot sight.  I suppose these can be done anywhere, and the only "extra" cost is from getting a good, strong, frame (not for looks), and a little more $$ because the material is polycarbonate.

I don't know about other frames and choices - if I had my choice, I'd have liked to have gotten "side protectors".  

In all three glasses, the prescription for the shooting was only in one lens.  The prescription for the other eye was my "reading" prescription, so I can adjust the sights, etc., with the gun on the bench in front of me.  (....and I can add that the people who made the glasses wouldn't do so until they heard back from my eye doctor that the prescription wasn't a mistake, as they had never seen anything like it before...)
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