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powg 01-13-2011 04:32 AM

these eyes have it ....
 
just wondering ....with all the experiance in this forum ..at what age did any of you start having issues with your sight ,as in using scopes /optics /binos /spotters ...im 46 an have noticed a slight change in mine ...going to the eye dr. soon. i hunt with a nikon 3x9 prostaff on my .308 ,simmons 3x9 prohunter on my 30.06 ....but the weaver k4 on my 30 -30 marlin crosshairs are getting thinner and thinner.

billdeserthills 01-13-2011 05:29 AM

I'm 45 and my eyes have been changing in new unamusing ways for the last year. I never could see well closer than 24" wearing my contacts, but now I have to take off my glasses to see anything that close. I recall the optometrist saying something about astigmatism but I wasn't paying much attention at the time. Anyway, life goes on...

cpttango30 01-13-2011 10:55 AM

I will be 35 in a few days and my vision is still 20/10 20/15......

powg 01-13-2011 01:58 PM

eyes ...
 
ive found lately that fine print gets harder to read ..this past hunting season ...i did more glassing than ever before as our lease was clearcut ...(looking for deer in the clearcut )..once looking tru glass ,seem it took longer for my eyes to re focus after i took the binos down ...just strain /fatigue i guess ...did kill a damn good 8 .inspite of ocular fuzzication....lol

powg 01-13-2011 02:11 PM

tango's peepers
 
20/10 ....20/15..is that surviellance a 20 yr old hardbody female for 10 -15 minutes ....before you make an assault of her hot L Z......lol im sorry couldnt help myself bud....myself at 46 ...checking out the 20 yr old females..with what im thinking would get me 10-15 yrs

JTJ 01-13-2011 06:18 PM

I had cataract surgery on my right eye about 5 years ago due to the location of the cataract and someone touching off a 300WM with a muzzle brake next to me while I was looking through my spotting scope. :mad:The blast went behind my glasses and really hurt my eye. I did not realize how much until later that evening. My left eye was closed at the time. The left eye was not bad enough until this mornings check up. I am waiting for an apointment for the surgery. I will still have to ear glasses but it will be a lot better. Might even be able to pass the driving eye test.

TacticalRx 01-25-2011 11:56 PM

My eyes started going at age 28. Distance vision that is. My Optometrist told me to start wearing reading glasses in front of the computer at age 40. I actually see WORSE with them on, but she claims it will help distance vision in the long run and my close up vision is deteriorating (like everyone else) with age.
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freefall 01-27-2011 05:24 AM

My eyes began to get worse about age 47. At that time I'd moved to civilization and begun looking at computers and television. I can't say for sure if it was age or the closer range stimuli that were to blame. But to quote my daughter at age 2, "I'm NOT happy!".

fireguy 01-27-2011 03:15 PM

I had to get glasses to read a couple years ago. My eyes have steadily gotten worse for close in work since then. I can still watch movies at the theater, watch tv or spot game at a distance better without my progressive lens glasses than I can with them. It is frustrating to look through sights now, I have to make sure I am focusing on the front sight now more than ever.

amoroque 01-27-2011 03:21 PM

My eyes are pretty bad without my contacts or glasses, but havent really changed a lot since I was in highschool.

I've really been considering getting the lazer surgery.......but being so into shooting, it kind of scares me a little. I havent heard of anybody getting the procedure done with bad results.......but it would be just my luck they would screw something up.


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