I purchased some poly-carbs for work and play.
Kinda expensive, but I can't afford the alternative.
I have astigmatism. With my shooting style, I had the bifocal area enlarged so the front sights are clear when using a rifle. In my alignment, the front sight is clear and the target is kind of blurry. I try to shoot in center of mass.
I must be doing okay as last time I was shooting an AR, it was at pieces of clay pigeon at 135 yards and hitting.
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Wow, I really like anti-reflective coatings, but only because of how I look to other people through those lenses. If I bought special range glasses, I wouldn't spend the money on anti-reflective coatings. Anti-scratch, however, I'd be all over.
Polycarbonate lenses are made from a similar material as the bulletproof glass in the presidential limousine. One would think they are adequate for shooting. My glasses have Bear anti-reflective coating. I might need sun glasses twice a year. I am outdoors all the time.
I have both glasses and contacts. I have a pair of safety glasses that I bought for when I go to he range with my buddy to pop off rounds. All I do is wear my contacts with the safety glasses. It works for me and all told it was only a couple of hundred dollars for my glasses and a 6 month supply of contacts.