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  • RedClassic

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    These made my afternoon at the range so enjoyable!
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    323MAR

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    I am used to foam inserts, wish I would have I have improved my hearing protection for loud equipment years ago. Love This Product.
    I use both inserts and the Walker 32 decibel muffs together(62 decibel reduction total.)In the Marines, we doubled on hearing protection for our rifles on the range and I do it for indoor pistol as well.
     

    RedClassic

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    I use both inserts and the Walker 32 decibel muffs together(62 decibel reduction total.)In the Marines, we doubled on hearing protection for our rifles on the range and I do it for indoor pistol as well.
    Thanks for the input from someone with first hand experience. I will for sure double up when shooting at the range especially.
     

    twinin

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    compare them to howard leights if anyone has both? I am curious..
    Very close to the same with one exception being the noise amplification. I would routinely turn the volume on the Howard Leights all the way up. If I do that with that Walkers I feel like just walking and talking is too loud. I only turn the Walkers volume halfway. Don’t know if it means they are better or worse
     

    themcfarland

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    Very close to the same with one exception being the noise amplification. I would routinely turn the volume on the Howard Leights all the way up. If I do that with that Walkers I feel like just walking and talking is too loud. I only turn the Walkers volume halfway. Don’t know if it means they are better or worse
    Thank you
     

    cbbr

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    Very close to the same with one exception being the noise amplification. I would routinely turn the volume on the Howard Leights all the way up. If I do that with that Walkers I feel like just walking and talking is too loud. I only turn the Walkers volume halfway. Don’t know if it means they are better or worse
    I like the Walkers for duck hunting because of that. You can hear a whisper but still protect your ears.
     

    rdmol

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    Do these work well with a rifle? I'm interested in if the width interferes with a good cheek weld.
    Thanks.
     

    paddle007

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    I use both inserts and the Walker 32 decibel muffs together(62 decibel reduction total.)In the Marines, we doubled on hearing protection for our rifles on the range and I do it for indoor pistol as well.
    Is 32 db a typo? I can't find a Walker with a rating above 23 db.
    My ears wish I had not been so careless in my younger years.
     

    BDClone

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    I have the Walkers 500BT. My issue with earmuffs is they get in my way when shooting rifles. I bought the Pro Ears Stealth 28 HTBT to try out. So far they have been really good. Battery life is supposed to be around 15 hours.
     

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