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.
For shooting my solution is to use glasses that my company invented. (yes this is a psuedo ad) I know it's self serving, but it can also help out everyone who posted in this thread, except that guy with 20/10 and 20/15 (lucky SOB)
We make custom vision solutions. We pioneered the wrap lens Rx technology over a decade ago when nobody else said it could be done. NOW we make high velocity impact resistant wrap frame custom glasses and we have some unique options.
We make a shooting lens, that takes your reading Rx (for those of us needing reading glasses) and adjusts it to the distance to your front sight. THEN we put it in the top of the lens of your dominant eye. This way when you are ready to shoot, you tilt your head down just a bit (not up) and you will be able to see the front sight with one eye, and the target with the other. All while being ANSI z87.1+ certified impact resistant and stylish.
WE DO NOT USE INSERTS
We custom mill our own lenses in-house so that you have a single lens solution to your shooting needs.
It works VERY well.
greg at tacticalrx dot com
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