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Old November 5th, 2009, 15:55   #39
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Originally Posted by RaisinBran View Post
It really doesn't matter how much you spend on the goggles, if they got a good review buy em, shoot them at point blank range a couple if times in different areas and if they hold up...then your good to go.

I did that with some Auto glasses I got for free from my teacher. perfect for shooting cans

Anyway and if your asking about protection from stray BB's, either get a helmet or some sort of hat "boonie, basball" Anything helps.
I wouldn't recommend buying goggles that aren't officially safety rated, Regardless of if they can take a few shots close up.
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