I guess I'm "hokey". Remington and others market safety glasses that are made to be worn over prescription eyeglasses. I use them and have found them to be relatively comfortable-though, of course, not as comfortable as corrected shooting glasses. I have used them (corrected lenses made for shooting) in the past but the economic drawback is that every time your prescription changes, you need to buy a new pair to accomodate the changes in your vision.
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