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After a long hunt on Saturday, I realized the sound amplifying ear muffs and foam earplugs both get terribly uncomfortable on a long sit. Anyone have recommendations for something effective, yet more comfortable?
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These are the best foamies I've ever found and I've used them all. They don't get sweaty or itchy at all over time. You can sleep in them and not even know they are there. All I use now.

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Those look worth trying. Thank you!
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These are the best foamies I've ever found and I've used them all. They don't get sweaty or itchy at all over time. You can sleep in them and not even know they are there. All I use now.

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Do they make those in a bow hunting version?
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Best thing I have ever done. Buy a cheap 308 and you can put on anything 308 and smaller but NOT rimfire.

https://www.brownells.com/firearms/blackpowder/muzzleloader/maxim50-integrally-suppressed-muzzleloader-prod110309.aspx

next best thing if in Shotgun zone

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Do they make those in a bow hunting version?


Steve, I could talk about ear plugs all day, but ear plugs are boring. What I'm most interested in hearing about is your time working with Steven Rinella and MeatEater. I've only seen a handful of episodes, but I liked what I saw. After working with him, what are your thoughts on Steven, his crew, and the MeatEater series and podcasts in general?
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Best thing I have ever done. Buy a cheap 308 and you can put on anything 308 and smaller but NOT rimfire.

https://www.brownells.com/firearms/blackpowder/muzzleloader/maxim50-integrally-suppressed-muzzleloader-prod110309.aspx


DO YOU HAVE TO RE-SIGHT YOUR GUN AFTER AN INSTALLATION OF A SUPPRESSOR
I HAVE RINGING IN MY EARS 24/7 DUE TO CHAINSAWS, GUNS, FARM EQUIPMENT, JACK HAMMERS, YEARS AGO. I’M THINKING A SUPPRESSOR MIGHT HELP WITH LIMITING ADDITIONAL HEARING ISSUES. 

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You should always check POI and make sure. Few reports of change of POI with and without.
I sighted all mine in with can after getting threaded and never had issue with them.

Once you use one you will wonder how you lived without them.
The paper work is coming back in 3-4 months since June now for the most part.

My thought on cans, a 308 Sup can be fired from a 223 but a 223 can't be fired from a 308.

Also without hearing equipment you can't tell the difference in sound from a 250$ can and a 1800$ can.


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