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Which is your preferred ear protection while shooting?

Nothing at all
19 %19 %19 %
19.30% (627)

Empty (or live) shell
1 %1 %1 %
1.08% (35)

Foam ear plugs
19 %19 %19 %
19.88% (646)

Fitted ear plugs
8 %8 %8 %
8.16% (265)

Standard ear muffs
26 %26 %26 %
26.62% (865)

Electronic ear muffs
22 %22 %22 %
22.59% (734)

Other
2 %2 %2 %
2.37% (77)
  
Comment made by andrew on 2015-09-02 19:02:01
I like ear plugs but one of my ear holes is retarted so i aso like using shells so a can force it in

Comment made by Bruce on 2015-09-04 14:17:42
I'm nearly deaf, so worry about someone coming close when wearing earplugs. Electronic saves your ears while letting me hear even more than I could with nothing on. Get some, $25 well spent.

Comment made by Chad on 2015-09-05 12:19:03
Standard ear muffs are convenient, inexpensive and don't require batteries. They are my first choice, usually. Foamies are the most convenient if you have eye protection and/or a hat on, or need a proper cheek-weld, and usually are what I fall back on most often. Naval Aviation requires both - simultaneously.. Seriously, ask people. I have little experience with electronic muffs, but they are on my list. The main point to take away from this is "Always use protection" whenever possible - ears and eyes. Anytime elevated noise levels are unavoidable, protection should be worn, even using a lawn mower.. Or, you can be that guy that keeps his TV volume at max and asks everybody to repeat stuff all the time. Anyone that has hearing loss, or vision loss for that matter, will recommend you use some kind of protection - ask them.

Comment made by Chad on 2015-09-05 12:22:46
Use your big boy voice, and maybe bring a pen..

Comment made by jack on 2015-09-10 07:30:34
Muffs are better & great for pistols but use foam plugs on rifles. My cheek weld sometimes gets rattled enough from the recoil to bump my right muff just enough to hear the next shot.

Comment made by Dan on 2015-09-11 21:31:04
don't need ear plugs I only shoot with cans on just about every thing I have 7 working no 8

Comment made by Dennis on 2015-09-14 13:45:48
Like Bruce I am hard of hearing and I've been double plugging. Muffs with GI issue plugs

Comment made by Joseph on 2015-09-16 12:34:41
Hi everyone, I wear good ole GI ear plugs AND ear muffs. More is better, especially when it comes to my old ears.

Comment made by Wesley on 2015-09-21 15:22:27
My preferred hearing protection are the triple flange plugs. It disturbs me how many have voted they don't use any plugs at all, This is inexcusable unless you use a can.

 
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