Rob Pincus discusses safety with electronic hearing protection for shooting when on the range either working with partners or during a firearms training course. Protecting your hearing from the high-decibel noises of gunfire is important, but hearing instructions clearly is too. If you can’t hear what instructors are saying, you put yourself and others at risk. Rob recommends EHP with a microphone and speaker set-up that permits normal-volume sounds like verbal commands, conversations, and buzzers to be heard but that shuts down above a certain decibel level. Today, electronic hearing protection for shooting is available at every price level.
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