m.teeter wrote:Wether you're wearing sunglasses or not why would you be looking directly at the ducks anyway? First rule of thumb don't look anymore than you have to until the shot is called.
m.teeter wrote:You can call ducks and the shot without looking directly up at the ducks. That's why we have peripheral vision. You can keep your head and eyes low and still watch the ducks from the corners of your eyes.
Idaho Savage wrote:I don't hunt in sunglasses and choose face paint baseball stripes instead. But if I did, I would use the same glasses I use upland, long distance and clay shooting: Smith Optics Elite.
Long story short, they're mil spec and used by our armed forces just like Oakley, ESS, and Wiley, only the optical quality is on par with Smith's fishing glasses, plus you don't look like a douche bag wearing them. Glasses are made all over the place but the company is based in Idaho and shipped out of Utah.
Dig 'em: http://www.smithelite.com and checkout their Lifestyle models.
Edit: Personally, I rock the Prospect in Polar Brown. GREAT optics and as solid eye pro as you can buy: http://elite.smithoptics.com/products/# ... ical/view/
assateague wrote:I love all the snipers, with the "glare will flare the ducks" business
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