TrapShooting, SkeetShooting, Sporting Clays, Hunting, and all Shooting Sports
Why wear shooting glasses:
1) Since you only receive two eyes, it is very important that they be protected with a quality set of glasses while shooting. All kinds of flying debris is possible in shooting fields including ricochet shot, powder residue, and pieces of clay targets, especially on windy days. Don’t take eye care for granted; protect the only eyes you get.
2) Quality shooting glasses can actually enhance target acquisition or pick-up (visualization). Background shapes, shades, skyline, and colors often make target acquisition more difficult. Some state-of-the-art modern technologies provide target enhancement elements built into eyewear that give those who demand it a distinctive advantage. Such developments actually highlight a target while contrasting all else around it. If you want maximum target clarity and contrast, seek out glasses that offer this new technology. Here is an example:
What features are important in frames of shooting glasses:
1) The frame should be lightweight and balanced. If the frame is too heavy it will become annoying during a normal day of shooting. Such annoyance may distract your focus on a target.
2) The new wrap frame is best because it accommodates the new wrap lenses, which enhance your added peripheral view and side protection from wind and debris.
3) The frame should accept an interchangeable lens system, which allows you to change lenses depending on conditions.
4) The frame should have an adjustable nose bridge, which will allow you to adjust the lenses to properly alien with your optical center. An adjustable bridge with offset pad arms is nice because they will prevent fogging.
5) Get a warranty for any defects or solder joints.
What features are important in lenses of shooting glasses:
1) 2.5mm thickness of polycarbonate is absolutely the best. No other combination compares in safety and optical perfection. Here is a set of 2.5mm polycarbonate glasses shot with a 12 gauge shotgun.
2) A wrap system of de-centered lenses, which provide the same quality optics all-around.
3) Different interchangeable color lens-sets will allow you to adapt to various shooting conditions.
4) Lens color should be molded in, not tinted.
5) Get lenses that provide 100% protection from UV rays.
6) Demand the newly developed lens Color-Magnification technology that speeds your eyes to the target with optics that magnify the orange target color while intensifying contrast. This will be your special advantage.
What color lenses to use, when:
Clear: Poor lighting, indoor ranges, no contrast, and eye protection. Excellent when re-loading. Grey: For bright days. Reduces light, transmits all colors at he same level, does not enhance orange targets. Pale Yellow: Brightens in low light conditions. Yellow: For overcast days or late afternoon Medium Yellow: Maximum enhancements of orange clay targets in low light conditions. Sunset Orange: Bright hazy conditions. Slightly darker than orange to absorb scattered blue light for contrast. Enhances visual acuity. Orange: Excellent for orange clay targets. Dull cloudy days, dusk or dawn. Enhances the orange of the target. Vermillion: For green backgrounds. Highlights orange, dampens green. Good for those who see orange poorly, or with red-green color deficiency. Light Purple: Contrasts orange targets against green background or shy. Dampens green and enhances orange target against trees. Deep Purple: A lens for very bright sunlight. Provides great contrast of orange targets against a deep blur sky. Excellent for glare reduction. Brown: Light reducing. Good all around for shooting orange clays with green background. Ranger Brown: High contrast for bright, glaring days with open background. A good lens for hunting and snow conditions.
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