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Church Key, SASS # 33713

Suggestions for Comfortable Electronic Muffs

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I am currently using Caldwell electronic muffs for shooting indoors at Action Shooting International (ASI) matches, both pistol and carbine. These work OK, but get uncomfortable after a 1/2 hour or so. We shoot two stages and then do a reset which usually means about an hour before the headset can come off for a bit. I'd like suggestions on comfortable muffs. Ear plugs are not an allowable option for this range, unless they are under muffs. Appreciate all thoughts/suggestions.

 

Church Key 

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Howdy,

One pards gold is anothers garbage.

I have had the peltor cheap ones work best for me.

Ive tried others and returned em for a refund in less than 30 days.

And I store em in a plastic coffee can. 

Those soft pads can be damaged pretty easy.

And change out those batteries or they might ruin your muffs.

I got a NEW set from the Duracell folks.

Thank you Duracell folks.

I have to find a real bargain to buy anything else.

Id buy a Duracell for my car if I needed one.

 

In SHORT buy muffs somewhere you can return em.

Its rare I get along with anything reasonable price....Peltor.

Best

CR

 

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I ordered the gel replacement that S. Dave recommended. Should arrive tomorrow.  Will let the Wire know how they work.

 

Church Key

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Used the replacement gel muffs tonight at an indoor ASI carbine match. Worked great; never noticed the muffs.

 

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