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Earplug is the key to protect hearing for all and every kind of loud noise. It's emergency for the shooters and others people. There are so many various types of earplugs like generic, electronics, earmuffs, and others. The generic earplugs blocked the whole sound and the electronics earplugs give a limited sound to our ear and so that we can hear others at the time of the shooting. What do you think guys, what kind of earplugs is the best?

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Passive sound blocking still works the best. If you go with electronic ones just go with muffs that have a microfone option which you can turn on when talking. 

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Ones that work. I personally prefer silicone, foam I find tends to unseat itself from jaw movements, and doesn't expand back fast enough to stay in place. If you aren't talking, they're fine otherwise.

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On 12/19/2019 at 4:15 PM, PityFool said:

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I use these for work too. I can wear them all day everyday, comfortably.

So nice........love it.

19 hours ago, hazzgar said:

Passive sound blocking still works the best. If you go with electronic ones just go with muffs that have a microfone option which you can turn on when talking. 

Thanks for your beautiful response. So microphone is an extra facility.

18 hours ago, Haswell said:

Dirt cheap, very effective.

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Nice, I think it's easy to use.

16 hours ago, SoliDeoGloria said:

Ones that work. I personally prefer silicone, foam I find tends to unseat itself from jaw movements, and doesn't expand back fast enough to stay in place. If you aren't talking, they're fine otherwise.

Thanks for your great advice.

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Ops Core AMP :doge:

If you don't want to blow several months' worth of disposable income on muffs, Howard Leight Impacts and your choice of earplugs (Surefire Defenders are decent) are a good budget option that will cover most bases. If you have a firearm for home defense, I'd also recommend keeping a pair of electronic ear pro nearby to grab when SHTF if you have the time.

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Haswell has the correct opinion.  I especially like the ones with some sort of link between them.

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Hey! When looking for the best hearing protection for shooting there are two major types you will need to known about, passive and electronic. This article here helped me a lot in choosing the hearing protection I need for shooting. Finding the best hearing protection for this hobby is quite challenging as you may have to consider a lot of things. I specifically like the 3M PELTOR TEP-100 Tactical Digital Earplug Kit. 

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very helpful, thank you! I remember the first time I tried to fire a shotgun. Before that, I had only fired a gun and it was perfectly normal for my ears. But a shotgun is a completely different level of stress on your ears and on your body in general. That's why I always use earplugs now, even if I go back to firing the gun again. It's the same story with rock concerts, for example. I'm very fond of beautiful guns and beautiful rock music. And when I get to a concert of a rock band that has a very loud sound, I need earplugs to just not lose my hearing in 2 hours. If you have such a problem or it bothers you, you can read the reviews about earplugs for concerts https://systemofyoursafety.com/best-earplugs-for-concerts-reviewed/. The site contains articles based on consumer ratings and you can compare prices and quality, thus choosing the best option for you and preserving your hearing.

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