RangeMaxx Corded Silicone Shooting Plugs with Case
These ear plugs are good for the price. You get what you pay for. They are kinda uncomfortable at first but I did get use to them. I can talk to people with them in and sometimes I even forget to take them out after shooting. It has a cool little case too but I found they fit better in my glasses case instead of having an extra case hanging around. It may be small but every inch counts. The one thing I did not like about these ear plugs is how the string is. It will sometime find its way between my shoulder and shotgun and it gets pulled out when I fire. Other then that they are fine. Its a good idea to keep it in one piece but I just wish they had different size strings or a resizing system.
July 29, 2012
These are good enough alone but when paired with some muffs they're even better. They surprisingly do a great job of quieting down the big booms of ARs, big hunting rifles, and most handguns. They never have the tendency to fall out, and they're easy to clean (although you should be cleaning your ears anyway...).
November 8, 2014
They work but...
I was in a trap shooting leauge for school and needed some because of the regulations. i bought 3 pairs and they worked for me when i shot my 20 gauge but if you shoot a 12 they tend to wiggle out of your ear. my dad liked them as a bistandard, i they are great for the price but i just didnt like them when i shot but worked good when my buddies were shooting.
September 25, 2013
Corded Shooting Plugs
I ordered two types of the RedHead Corded Shooting Plugs, Foam and Silicone to allow for options during a family shooting event that included both Shot Guns and Rifles. People were allowed to choose and keep the style that worked best for them. Both products worked great at controlling the gun noise but still allowing for communication.
September 7, 2010