Posted August 15, 2017 10:00 am by Comments

By Tom McHale

SSP Eyewear Top Focal Lenses : Mix and match correction strengths and locations on the lens to get the shooting eyewear solution that's just right for you.

By Tom McHale

The USCCA set up this Polymer Palooza course to help test out some new gear.
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Tom McHale

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SSP Eyewear Top Focal Lenses : Mix and match correction strengths and locations on the lens to get the shooting eyewear solution that’s just right for you.

Going on a wild guess, I requested the 2.0 correction on my set that was shipped to the event. As advertised, they made my vision at front sight distance amazingly crisp and clear when I leaned my head forward into my natural shooting position, but the targets in the distance were a little blurrier than I would have preferred. Then, when I got home, I actually read the instructions. Guess what? Since the lenses are instantly swappable, you can put a top of lens correction in your dominant eye and a bottom correction lens in the other one. That turned out to be the bomb. When shooting, your dominant eye focuses on the sight while your support eye sees more clearly down range. When you need to do some up close maintenance work, use the non-dominant eye …Read the Rest

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