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    I have searched for a thread about this, but have come up with nothing. I am looking for a good pair of electronic hearing protection for shooting an AR-15. If you could tell me the pros and cons of the ones you use that would be great. I have heard great things about Peltor and horrible things. I would like to hear from officers what they use or perhaps what your SRT or SWAT teams use if you yourself don't have any. Thanks.

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    I have Peltor Tactical 6S that I use the most.
    Pro- small and light. Inexpensive and has very clear sound and great sound pick up capability.
    Con - bit of work to get batteries placed inside of ear cups. Short battery life and switches can be turned on accidentally while you are not using it.

    Overall, I like it very much.

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    • #3
      I've been using the Howard Leight Impact Sports for a year or so. I'm a fan. They fold up nice and compact, decent battery life, good performance... really nothing I've found that I don't like.

      You can find them for around $50.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Resq14 View Post
        I've been using the Howard Leight Impact Sports for a year or so. I'm a fan. They fold up nice and compact, decent battery life, good performance... really nothing I've found that I don't like.

        You can find them for around $50.

        +1 on this model as well.

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          • #6
            I'll second the Howard Leight Impact Sports too. I've had them for around 6 months and really like them.

            Just make sure to turn them off so the batteries don't die overnight. Not that I've done that or anything.....
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            • #7
              Originally posted by M1garand View Post
              I have Peltor Tactical 6S that I use the most.
              I've got these and I use them for everything I shoot.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Resq14 View Post
                I've been using the Howard Leight Impact Sports for a year or so. I'm a fan. They fold up nice and compact, decent battery life, good performance... really nothing I've found that I don't like.

                You can find them for around $50.

                +1 on the Impact Sports. I had Peltor Tac 6's and they only lasted about a year before the ear cups cracked and the circuitry went bad. The Impact Sports have served me well for just over a year now. I shoot every other weekend so my equipment gets a lot of use.

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                • #9
                  I recommend the MSA/Sordin Supreme Pro-X. It is a excellent all-weather option, durable, offers excellent electronics for the price point, and is com-compatible if that is required.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Resq14 View Post
                    I've been using the Howard Leight Impact Sports for a year or so. I'm a fan. They fold up nice and compact, decent battery life, good performance... really nothing I've found that I don't like.

                    You can find them for around $50.

                    +1
                    I like that it has an input that you can hook up your portable radio or mp3 player.

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