March 2002

Shooting Glasses: Avoid Scopz, Buy Rangers, Consider Hy-Wyds

We thought the Randolph Engineering glasses were comfortable, safe, and adjustable, likewise the Decot Hy-Wyd Sport Glasses. But we would pass on the pricey, single-lens Scopz by Carl Zeiss.

Most shooting glasses are really designed for tracking moving targets, and that translates to the shotgun sports: trap, skeet, and sporting clays. But many rifle and pistol enthusiasts shamble over to the scatter-gun ranges now and again. Even if you’re peering over your sights at a stationary piece of paper 100 yards away, anything that enhances the image is welcome, to say nothing of the importance of eye protection.

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