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Old July 17, 2010, 05:15 PM   #2
oldandslow
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ss, 7/18/10

I originally started out with a set of Remington passive (non-electronic) muffs with a noise reduction rating in the low 30's. They worked great. For training classes I bought some electronic muffs, first the Peltor brand and next a set of ProEars. The noise reduction ratings were less, somewhere in the low to mid 20's. I finally switched back to the passive Remington's because they were quieter. So while the electronic muffs were great for hearing range commands I like the passive muffs better. Make sure the ones you got for your wife has as high a NRR as possible. Good luck.

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