Product Preview: NRA Shooting Glasses Kit

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posted on April 5, 2017
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Whether shooting indoors or out, protecting your eyes is vital. The NRA Store is now offering an all-in-one eye protection solution with the NRA Shooting Glasses Kit.

Providing an economical solution for safe shooting, the NRA Shooting Glasses Kit not only meets military and industry safety standards but exceeds them. 

Containing three sets of lenses (clear, black, and amber), sturdy frames and a protective case, the NRA Shooting Glasses Kit provides all the tools necessary to protect your eyes. Each lens set is scratch and fog resistant, and can be easily swapped out depending on your shooting environment.

Technical Specifications
• Included lenses: Clear, Black, Amber
• Ballistic MIL-PRF 31013 3.5.1.1 compliant
• ANSI Z87.1 +2010 compliant
• Scratch-resistant finish
• Includes carrying case, lens cloth
• Dimensions: 7”L x 2½”H x 3½”D inches
• Weight: 0.8 oz.
• Frame color: Black
• NRA logo imprinted on frame
• Imported

MSRP: $29.95 

For more, visit NRAStore.com.

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