Same as I have, love them! Just purchased about 2 years ago, best thing I wish I had long ago.Which Sound Gear do you have? I have these https://www.soundgearhearing.com/products/custom-product-silver and they work very well. I put them in when I go out to hunt and take them out over 10 hours later. Very good. They have to be fitted by a hearing aid specialist. Very comfortable.
I had the Instant Fit... as soon as I put the battery in one would have a high pitch whine. I sent them back. I just tried a pair Westone - pic below. Very comfortable and effective for shooting. I only shot for 2 hours. I will see how they fair for a long range shooting or hunting session.Which Sound Gear do you have? I have these https://www.soundgearhearing.com/products/custom-product-silver and they work very well. I put them in when I go out to hunt and take them out over 10 hours later. Very good. They have to be fitted by a hearing aid specialist. Very comfortable.
Tetra hearing take a look work as hearing aids as well for those with hearing damage alreadyHey all! I am looking to purchase some in-ear electronic hearing pro. Looking for some opinions, please. I have tried Soundgear, Instant Fit and they whined incessantly, so they is out.
I currently use electronic muffs, but want to find something in-ear. Electronic is a must. Thanks for the recommendations in advance.
P.S. I checked out the other threads with the search button, did not find what I was looking for.
El Cheapo ear muffs cost me my hearing in a single range session.You can always wear some of these.....View attachment 196454
Every day for fhe rest of your life...only $4000..they pickup a lot of the sounds...but don't shut much out.....be smart.....use the best protection you can....
I am 85 percent deaf.....and lose another 10 percent to extreme tinnitus......not much fun....these get me back to 30 percent hearing......but nothing works for the tinntus
the disposable batteries for the etymotic are just #10 hearing aid batteries available at just every grocery store in the nation-- they are cheap--last season I used the same set of batteries for the whole 10 day season-- a small extra 10 pack of batteries fits nicely in any pocket so I dont have to carry the whole "battery/charging" pack thing around --there are pluses and minuses to both std batteries and rechargeable in my eyes (and ears )I use the Otto NoiseBarriers and they work great in a hunting environment with a short barreled 308 rifle with a loud muzzle brake. I like that the ear buds battery is rechargeable and lasts multiple hunting days before needing to be plugged into the included charging/storage case. The storage case has its own battery that lasts many weeks without needing to be charged. Great for backcountry hunting camps where no electricity is available. Be careful as some electronic ear plugs use disposable batteries and can't be charged, a real pain constantly buying and replacing batteries every day or two. Also some ear plugs shutoff when they detect a loud noise and you can't hear anything for a few seconds until they reset whereas others just attenuate the noise so you can hear through the noise. Ottos attenuate so you don't miss conversations, etc. My Ottos work great for hunting.
Nightforce has great tracking capabilities, they are rugged, a bunch of elevation, holds zero forever, and reticles are designed for long range shooting. So if you are looking to shoot long distances constantly, then you need a scope that can take the abuse. -- gilmillan1
Nightforce is such a solid combo of reticle, available elevation, glass that is good enough to shoot at the longest range you can dial. Nightforce has bullet proof construction that can handle the incidental horse rolling or some other rodeo action. -- bigngreen
The total package. Nightforce is the best I have used as far as turret feel and solid detents. I have never had one that didn't track right on and always return to zero. Nightforce NXS is the best value for everything I need. -- Broz