Clay pigeon target shooting is one of the most challenging and fast-moving activities you’ll ever encounter. Targets can be launched at speeds in excess of 50 MPH and, to put your skills to the test, often at different elevations, speeds, and angles. Success requires excellent shooting skills, concentration, hand-eye coordination, and vision.
That latter part can often be a problem for anyone with corrective eyewear. No matter how experienced a shooter you are, you vision changes as you age, and your eyewear must keep up with these adjustments. If your accuracy is starting to drop, don’t assume the culprit to be diminished reaction time or lack of practice. Likely the cause is a combination of factors and clear vision is certainly one of them.
Have your eyes checked by an optometrist and, if your prescription has changed, you’ll want to update those older glasses you’ve been using for clay shooting. Let’s review several important factors in selecting safety glasses for clay target shooting.
Whether you’re searching for your first pair of shooting glasses or it’s been a while since you’ve updated your old ones, consider the factors above in your selection. Rx-safety is here to help by offering you a wealth of choices and options as well as support. Visit our site and, as always, we encourage you to write or call with any questions.
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