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Caldwell E-Max Low Profile Electronic 20-23 NRR Hearing Protection with Sound Amplification and Adjustable Earmuffs for Shooting, Hunting and Range $18.09

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Are these any good? 20 NRR seems low compared to ear plugs.
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I have these. They are fine when shooting pistols. When I'm going to shoot 308 or AKs, bit uncomfortable, so I double up with plugs. Cranked all the way up, can still hear & understand voices with plugs. These are great when taking a new shooter to the range cause they can hear instructions even doubled up.

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ETA: the little muffs over the microphones can grow legs and wander off, one of mine took a permanent hike. Then you hear wind noise if it's breezy. I keep an eagle eye on the other one; thought about gluing it, but don't want to risk glue melting the foam. Meh.
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I have these. They are fine when shooting pistols. When I'm going to shoot 308 or AKs, bit uncomfortable, so I double up with plugs. Cranked all the way up, can still hear & understand voices with plugs. These are great when taking a new shooter to the range cause they can hear instructions even doubled up.

TU and repped.

ETA: the little muffs over the microphones can grow legs and wander off, one of mine took a permanent hike. Then you hear wind noise if it's breezy. I keep an eagle eye on the other one; thought about gluing it, but don't want to risk glue melting the foam. Meh.
Do you think a little silicone would work instead of glue?
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Maybe, but it would be a good idea to test with a bit of silicone first before going for broke.
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