Buck Commander™ Low-profile Shooting Muffs

Item # WX2-581532

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Buck Commander™ Low-profile Shooting Muffs! 

Whether you're honing your aim for duck or deer season, you'll want these Shooting Muffs to protect your hearing. The low-profile contoured-cup design won't interfere with shouldering your gun. Compact folding design with padded headband and soft PVC ear pads. 31dB noise-reduction rating. ANSI S3.19 rated. Features the Buck Commander™ logo.

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    Very uncomfortable Chinese made product. Very tight and the ear cushions are also low cost plastic that further increases the discomfort. Beter to order a higher quality americn made product even at higher cost. Unfortunately not all products are labeled where they are made in the catalog.
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