Having the best possible vision when hunting is no less important than in everyday life. When you're out hunting, you want to enjoy nature and bag your prey while still making safety a #1 priority. Unfortunately, it happens to all of us sooner or later: our eyes don't accommodate switching focus from near to far as well as they used to. Hunters are no different. They also require vision support for near and distance vision. But which glasses are most suitable for hunting? Not everyone feels adequately supported with a traditional pair of progressive lenses when shooting. Some prefer single vision or contact lenses, whereas others do away with their glasses altogether. Many hunters set their prescription on the riflescope using the dioptre adjustment of -3.5 to +3 diopters.
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