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  • This is a question for Phil and Dave (The Gun Nuts). It time to start thinking about hunting and guns and such. A few articles

    This is a question for Phil and Dave (The Gun Nuts). It time to start thinking about hunting and guns and such. A few articles back one of you recommended electronic hear muffs. The ones I have been using have crapped out and the backup pair is none too great. My question is: What was that brand, make, type you recommended? Didn’t I see F&S; or OL a few years back rate the digital hearing muffs? Isn’t it about time to do that again? Us old geezers need all the help we can get.

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    R. Squirrel

    With all due respect!

    If I can't see 'em, I don't shoot! LOL!

    I'm a K.I.S.S. fanatic. (Keep It Simple Stupid) Last thing I need is something else to leave, forget, lose, break, battery strength, worry about or rely on.

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      If I memory serves, I think Pro Ears Pro Tekt Mag Gold were the highest rated, and most expensive at about $250 per pair. But I believe they are prone to conk out in freezing temperatures.

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        FirstBubba; I am part deaf now. One good muzzle blast and its all over. Those muffs are the only way I can still hunt. Game ear used to be good, now they don’t seem to last. 1 season and they start to fail.

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          Rocky
          My post was in jest. My apologies if I offended you.
          Actually, my hearing ain't so good no more either.
          Since my blinds are set up where I can actually "see" deer approach rather than having to listen, I keep a set of plugs handy. I'm sure if I keep hunting, I'll eventually need enhancers, too.

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