I have a couple of grand kids coming a long. What would you suggest for hearing protection they will wear, not intrude with their check weld, and not fall out while hunting. Keeping the price under $100 bucks would be great. Thanks.
Plus one on using plugs and muffs especially electronic. I like the Peltors and Proears but bought an inexpensive Caldwell set. I lost a lot of hearing in the Army due to just plugs. The sound can penetrate behind the ears and cause hearing damage. Muffs can lift up and allow sound in. So now I use both. Plugs in, turn up the volume on the muffs, and enjoy good hearing protection while still hearing plates get hit.My 9 yr old son used plugs and electronic muffs. Don’t think it interfered with his cheek weld, or if it did he didn’t mention it. He was banging steel out to 500.
Really muffling the sound has two benefits - hearing protection (obviously), and making the recoil and bang less startling. Kids can flinch off recoil or the bang.