Eye pro­tec­tion

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We should all wear eye pro­tec­tion when we are shoot­ing, so why not use eye pro­tec­tion that en­hances what you are shoot­ing at? If you pre­dom­i­nantly shoot in green woods and fields, pur­ple lenses can dull down the green and help to high­light the tar­get. If you are shoot­ing mainly blaze tar­gets, or­ange and red lenses will make the tar­gets stand out more. If it is a dull, dark or over­cast day, yel­low can brighten things up. On bright sunny days, try brown or grey to re­duce the glare

Gra­ham Watkins runs Game­goer Gun­dogs and has been train­ing gun­dogs pro­fes­sion­ally for more than 35 years. He has com­peted in Field Tri­als and work­ing tests, with sev­eral dogs achiev­ing Cham­pion and Win­ner ti­tles.

Got a prob­lem for Gra­ham?

Con­tact him by email­ing: sport­ing­[email protected]­dia.com

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