Always Wear Your Eye Protection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    I will be the first to warn of the dangers. I wear eye protection for everything now a days. Heed my words, wear them, you will not be sorry if you do. I lost my left eye about 16 years ago in a fishing accident. My eye was turned inside out and pulled from my head. Not a pleasant event, but an eye catching one LOL.....
    Oh, that's bad....
    I normally wear glasses, but remove them when at the range as I can't focus on the sights with the specs. I prefer clear lenses over tinted. Tried yellow once and it about blinded me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Oh, that's bad....
    I normally wear glasses, but remove them when at the range as I can't focus on the sights with the specs. I prefer clear lenses over tinted. Tried yellow once and it about blinded me.
    Sometimes in life you have to laugh, otherwise you would just cry and cry and cry and cry.....LOL My father taught me that a long time ago. Life lessons from a father, go figure, and we wonder why society is messed up...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Oh, that's bad....
    I normally wear glasses, but remove them when at the range as I can't focus on the sights with the specs. I prefer clear lenses over tinted. Tried yellow once and it about blinded me.
    That's fine, but put on safety glasses. Five eye surgeries in two years taught me I don't want any more. Take no chances with your eyes or ears.
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