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When I started back shooting again, I needed hearing protection. I already had some muffs I use in the workshop, so I use them.

They work just fine at Bullseye's indoor range as they offer 29dB reduction and the best part is, they only cost $25.

Today, I was looking at a new tool catalog and noticed they sell electronic muffs priced at $30. and $44. If anyone is interested, here's a link:

http://www.woodworker.com/cgi-bin/FULLP ... 1836043--1

They should also be available to local woodworking supply places, maybe even HD or Lowe's.

Cabela's offers a number of similar items priced from $35. to $300.

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/commo ... &noImage=0

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I had borrowed a pair of electronic ear muffs that my brother-in-law had while I was shooting a stud gun indoors to anchor some 2x4's, I was very impressed with being able to hear everything around me but never even hearing the stud gun.
 
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