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ZX10Aviator
July 19, 2011, 01:02 PM
Anyone out there use them? Seems they all amplify, which I dont care about, but just like to have protection when hunting when its time to shoot without fumbling around putting plugs in or muffs on..


Hoping to not have to spend alot on some ideally.... If thats possible.

scottycoyote
July 19, 2011, 08:13 PM
ive been looking for some too ever since my most recent skeet shoot. I have the electronic muffs, which work great but they are hot in the summer, and they get in the way when im bringing up my shotgun. Ive seen some cheap walker game ear inserts in a magazine for like 40$, after that most of the insert type seem to be very expensive (if youre talking about the electonic type).

4runnerman
July 19, 2011, 08:27 PM
Ya.. I just got a pair last weekend. Have been wanting them for a while now.All i can say is some one needs to kick me in the ass hard for waiting so long to get them. They are the cats meow for sure. No more gabbing to someone and get that unready bang from someone. Don't wait,go get them now and you will know what i mean

Cowboy_mo
July 19, 2011, 08:41 PM
I have used the Walker Game Ear muffs for about a year now. They work great for ear protection and have helped me hunting with the amplification.

I have never tried their ear plugs but I would expect the same quality as the muffs provide.

ZX10Aviator
July 19, 2011, 08:47 PM
No ear muffs, want ear plugs that are electronic please.

After last hunting season I have one ear that rings 24/7 :( so its time to get good protection.

Anyone?

KChen986
July 19, 2011, 10:15 PM
IIRC, Surefire used to offer them for $900 a pair. Of course, they didn't really sell.

The Surefire sonic defenders ($15/pair) work decent at mid level noise reduction.