Safety should always be the top priority when it comes to firearms. One essential safety measure that should never be overlooked is the use of protective gear, such as safety glasses and earmuffs or earplugs, when shooting at a range.
When it comes to eye protection, you should wear shooting glasses that are specifically designed to fit snugly and comfortably on your face, and should never be removed while you're on the range.
Likewise, ear protection is essential to prevent hearing damage caused by the loud noise of gunfire. Earplugs and earmuffs are both effective options. Again, it's important to wear your hearing protection at all times while you're on the range.
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For years, Beretta has been commited to working with industry partners to design solutions for the various shooting disciplines, protecting eyesight in any light conditions, against external agents and ultra-violet rays, while maximising attention to the target. Suitable for enthusiasts and athletes alike.
Shooting eyeglasses come in a variety of lens colors, each with their own unique benefits. For example, orange lenses enhance orange targets and bright colours, while yellow lenses are ideal for dim light conditions or fog. Additionally, shooting glasses often have adjustable nose pieces and temple tips to ensure a comfortable and secure fit during extended periods of use.
Overall, coloured lenses ensure excellent light management by emphasising contrasts and reducing reflections in different weather conditions. There is also a particular focus on studying ventilation solutions to avoid fogging and condensation.
Earplugs and Earmuffs
Ear protection is crucial for anyone who enjoys shooting; earplugs and earmuffs are two of the most common types of hearing protection used by shooters.
Beretta offers a line of ergonomic earpieces for target shooting, hunting and tactical shooting. These earpieces provide noise protection equal to 32dB SNR, in total safety and comfort. Ideal for prolonged use in all weather conditions, they get rid of any annoyance caused by possible sweating.
In addition to earpieces, a traditional line of protective earmuffs is also available - with protection up to 29dB SNR - suitable for target shooting and hunting.
When choosing between earplugs and earmuffs, it's important to consider the noise levels of the shooting environment, your personal preferences, and the level of protection you require. Regardless of your choice, always wear some form of hearing protection when shooting to prevent damage to your ears.