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Good addition to you personal kit
Last Post 27 Sep 2014 02:15 AM by Tazz. 0 Replies.
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27 Sep 2014 02:15 AM

    I was reading through the Idaho Light Foot Standards, and thought that hearing protection would be beneficial to add to your personal kit.

    Below is a type of hearing protection that I have used both while serving in Iraq with the Idaho National Guard, while working in Afghanistan, and on the shooting range. They let you hear normal sounds and conversations, but cut out the sharp noise from gunfire and other harmful noise.

    They are not really that expensive. It depends on were you get them from. I have seen them listed form $13.00 - $21.00.

    Another thing that might be useful would be a good set of eye protection. Not only will they help from fragments but they will also help while runing / moving through the woods at night. It hurts to have the tip of a tree limb poke you in the eye.

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