Ballistic-rated eye and ear protection for those long range days.
Even a single unsuppressed gunshot can cause permanent hearing damage. Ricochets also do, indeed, happen more often than you think. Plus, most ranges require you don eye and ear pro before even stepping onto the firing line. It only makes sense to protect your most valuable senses with ballistic-rated protection.
Those standard ear muffs from the hardware store won't do when it comes to ballistic hearing protection. It's highly recommended you double up, wearing both ear plugs and ear muffs to ensure you're experiencing safe sound levels (decibels). The Glock Range Kit provides two in one, plus ballistic glasses.
Shop glasses won't do, here, either. You need shooting glasses with a Z87+ or MIL-STD-32432 Ballistic Fragmentation Rating -- and that's exactly what our available ballistic glasses provide.
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