Shooting glasses

Discussion in 'Firearm Accessories & Gear' started by Squawk, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. Squawk

    Squawk New Member

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    Looking for a good pair of shooting glasses that won't fog up. I do a lot of indoor pistol shooting at the range and my cheapo Remington glasses always fog up. Gimme a good brand that will alleviate this problem
     
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  2. BucksBoys1943

    BucksBoys1943 New Member

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    I am looking for a set of grips for a ppl 380
     

  3. Squawk

    Squawk New Member

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    What does this have to do with shooting glasses?
     
  4. BillM

    BillM Active Member Supporter

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    Rudy Project or Oakley
     
  5. Squawk

    Squawk New Member

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    Rudy project looks great but way too expensive. I'll go with Oakley I guess. But man Rudy Project Genetyk looks nice.
     
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  6. BillM

    BillM Active Member Supporter

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    Nice thing about Rudy's is the lenses are guaranteed against scratching.

    Scratch them, get new ones no charge.

    My wife wears Genetyks to shoot USPSA. Watch the RudyprojectUSA website.
    40% off sales are not uncommon.

    I use Bolle' Vigilantes with an Rx insert---they work just fine and are a LOT
    cheaper than Oakley's or Rudy's. Also look at ESS and Wiley.

    Mentioned the Rudy's and Oakleys first because of your "money is not a problem",
    but there are a LOT of good glasses out there for less than OMG prices.
     
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  7. treehugger49

    treehugger49 New Member

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    I haven't had that particular problem with shooting glasses, so I don't know why your Remington glasses might be fogging up.

    Unless you've already done this, before I'd invest in another brand that might or might not satisfy you, I'd try using a good lens cleaner that advertises anti-fog properties.
     
  8. DrJason

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    I'll 2nd the recommendation for Rudy Project.

    They are expensive, however, with the multiple lenses they can be used for more than shooting. I use mine for biking. And the photochromic lenses are phenomenal!

    When I bought mine I had found a 20% off code which helped bring the cost down.
     
  9. ScottA

    ScottA FAA licensed bugsmasher Lifetime Supporter

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    Check the PM I sent you. Also, please stop by the introductions section and tell us a little about yourself.
     
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  12. dbutter

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    You can also get some Uvex anti fog wipes that do wonders on any glasses. We use the Uvex during a full wash down sanitation at work and no fog...
     
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  14. Malcap

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    Wiley X is expensive. Try ESS. They also provide an anti-fog cloth. Rx insert is available or you can have your optometrist lab prepare one with their sample lenses.
     
  15. deg

    deg Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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    If you like the glasses you currently have try some anti-fog spray - wait-a-minute, this post is almost dated. :eek:
     
  16. Malcap

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    A lot of choices are out there. Confusing but good.