Gear Review: SightLines ear pro inserts for Howard Leight Impact Sport
By Jacki Billings
SightLines by Noisefighters promises shooters a more comfortable shooting experience on the range and in the field. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)
Lining up my sights, I tried to focus on the target ahead but the pounding in my head increased with each passing second and before long I was packing up my range wares and popping a couple of Tyenol while I rested in the waiting area of my local range. Five minutes of breathing time before I braved the pain once more and finished my day of shooting. I grabbed my Howard Leight Impact Sport earmuffs, winced as they made contact with my glasses and went back to my lane to shoot.
While I have always preferred the protection earmuff style ear protection affords me on the range, I have never been a fan of the headache inducing pressure it puts on my glasses. Relying on my every-day prescription glasses to adequately shoot, the never ending cycle of headaches after a range day seemed to be the purgatory of which I was assigned. Until a new Kickstarter product popped on my radar in late 2017.
SightLines by Noisefighters promised to alleviate range day headache woes by offering a unique gel insert that better