Bi­fo­cal shoot­ing glas­ses

SA Jagter Hunter - - INHOUD -

Lynx Op­ti­cs ha­ve star­ted im­por­ting u­ni­que shoot­ing glas­ses that so­me pe­op­le will de­fi­ni­te­ly find practi­cal, not on­ly for shoot­ing but for e­ver­y­day use as well.

T­he­se SSP Ey­e­we­ar glas­ses are ma­de in Tai­wan. They are a­vai­la­ble with mir­ro­red and cle­ar len­ses. The mir­ro­red on­es are gre­at as e­ver­y­day sung­las­ses, as well as being good for dri­ving and shoot­ing.

T­he­se bi­fo­cal glas­ses are a­vai­la­ble with bi­fo­cal mag­ni­fi­ca­ti­on from 1.00 to 3.00. They are per­fect for far-sig­h­ted shoo­t­ers who do not we­ar cor­recti­ve glas­ses.

We ha­ve found that they are al­so gre­at for w­hen you want to text mes­sa­ges on your cell pho­ne or look at a GPS map w­hi­le dri­ving. They are of cour­se very good for shoot­ing – es­pe­ci­al­ly for tho­se who can still see tar­gets well at 300m but suf­fer from “short arm syn­dro­me” and batt­le re­a­ding the let­te­ring/ad­jus­t­ment mar­kings on a sco­pe tur­ret or che­at sheet (shoot­ing no­tes) up c­lo­se.

The re­com­men­ded re­tail p­ri­ce for t­he­se lig­ht­weig­ht, com­for­ta­ble-to-we­ar glas­ses is a very re­a­so­na­ble R334. By the ti­me you re­ad t­his the SSP bi­fo­cal shoot­ing glas­ses should be a­vai­la­ble at va­ri­ous out­door s­hops. If you fail to find any, ask your fa­vou­ri­te out­door de­a­ler to con­tact Lynx Op­ti­cs in Jo­han­nes­burg.

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