I perfer contacts. If I was rifle shooting 1000 yard contest where visual actuity was very important I would probably chose the best set of lenses from a really good eye doctor. For hunting you can't beat contacts.
I've worn contacts for so long that the memory of glasses is almost forgotten..... to tell the truth. On those rare occasions I must slip them on........is when I know that contacts are the ONLY way to fly..............yes, buy contacts if you can wear them.....now if caught in a dust storm, well, that a different story........ .............ck
i wear glasses and have worn contacts but i would rather push my glasses up my nose than to try and work out the problems i had with contacts. it just wouldn't work for me under any circumstance. i have trifocals to bifocals and they are no line so it works out great
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