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  1. Gear Talk
    Disclaimer: This post is intended to help those who are interested in in-ear headsets with active hearing protection. It is based on products I have used. It is not intended as an endorsement of in-ear protection over earmuffs, a comparison to earmuffs, or anything else. I am not a hearing...
  2. General Firearm Discussion
    Electronic hearing protection, such as the Howard Leight Impact Sports, are ubiquitous on the range. I've been using a pair for a couple years now (along with the occasional use of in-ear "foamies" for extra protection indoors). However, because they are external ( "muffs"), they do get hot and...
  3. Sold/Expired Classifieds
    SOLD! The thread tool doesn't allow me to actually click on the SOLD button so I can't lock the thread from future posts. Asking (SOLD) I have a pair of Walker Earbuds that I wore once at an indoor range. These look brand new as does the charging case that comes with it. The way these...
  4. Gear Talk
    I currently have a pair of Howard Light Impact Sport electronic earmuffs. They don't provide as much sound reduction as I would like (especially indoors), and can get hot durring the summer months when outdoors. I see that some shooters use in-ear electronic hearing protection (electronic ear...
  5. General 1911 talk
    Hey Addicts, I've been using the Peltor Tactical 100 Electronic Hearing Protector (Muffs) and would like to replace them with a good quality “plug” type of protection instead They’re great but are so bulky, plugs would be ideal but does anyone suggest a plug type that would give the protection...
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