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Old 03-11-2014, 02:42 PM   #1
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In an earlier post I mentioned being hit 4 times by brass on Sunday from my Eclipse Ultra. I have been shooting for years using my 2.00+ reading glasses in order to see my sight picture. Since Sunday I had been looking for a good set of safety glasses with a Whole Lens 2.00+ instead of the little bifocal area ones. I found them! I ordered them yesterday and received them today....Place called Safety Glasses Today on the net. OMG I can see.
$12 bucks.....hope this helps someone..
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Old 03-11-2014, 02:57 PM   #2
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Well it took you long enough! LOL I have been using them for years. It's not easy getting old, we have to do whatever we can to make life a little easier. Enjoy your new glasses and happy shooting.
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Old 03-11-2014, 03:06 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Ultraman View Post
In an earlier post I mentioned being hit 4 times by brass on Sunday from my Eclipse Ultra. I have been shooting for years using my 2.00+ reading glasses in order to see my sight picture. Since Sunday I had been looking for a good set of safety glasses with a Whole Lens 2.00+ instead of the little bifocal area ones. I found them! I ordered them yesterday and received them today....Place called Safety Glasses Today on the net. OMG I can see.
$12 bucks.....hope this helps someone..
So four spent casings to the head knocked some sense into you??
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Old 03-11-2014, 03:18 PM   #4
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Well it took you long enough! LOL I have been using them for years. It's not easy getting old, we have to do whatever we can to make life a little easier. Enjoy your new glasses and happy shooting.
Yes!...didn't even know they existed! Man these things are CLEAR.
And thanks...
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Old 03-11-2014, 03:20 PM   #5
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So four spent casings to the head knocked some sense into you??
LOL..

And four bleeders too! So now it's a billed cap, safety glasses, and I'm good.
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Old 03-11-2014, 03:22 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Ultraman View Post
In an earlier post I mentioned being hit 4 times by brass on Sunday from my Eclipse Ultra. I have been shooting for years using my 2.00+ reading glasses in order to see my sight picture. Since Sunday I had been looking for a good set of safety glasses with a Whole Lens 2.00+ instead of the little bifocal area ones. I found them! I ordered them yesterday and received them today....Place called Safety Glasses Today on the net. OMG I can see.
$12 bucks.....hope this helps someone..
Dang, I'm all over that! That's just what I need. I've been using 1.0 readers.
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Old 03-11-2014, 03:35 PM   #7
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Dang, I'm all over that! That's just what I need. I've been using 1.0 readers.
You can't rush into these things!

https://www.safetyglassestoday.com/m...y-glasses.html

You won't be sorry...except for the 9 bucks shipping..I ordered 2..
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My sight/target problems ended years ago when I got my first pair of no line bifocals, it's been bliss ever after.
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My sight/target problems ended years ago when I got my first pair of no line bifocals, it's been bliss ever after.
I've been dry firing with these new ones...what a difference this is going to make.
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I've been dry firing with these new ones...what a difference this is going to make.
It really helps when you can see what you doing, doesn't it.
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