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    How do I keep my range glasses from fogging up?

    I have been to the range twice first time was an experience. I got a hot shell down my shirt and managed to shoot down the paper clips holding my target twice. Second time I was hitting my targets pretty good but I know I need practice. My range is indoor and no a/c in there. The biggest problem is I can't see as my range glasses fog up very quickly! Is they any thing I can do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy12 View Post
    s my range glasses fog up very quickly! Is they any thing I can do?
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    I keep my mirrors in the bathroom fog free using shaving cream (apply and wipe off)...anyone else use this for range glasses?

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    Silicon rag - works on glass shower doors too.
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    +1 for Cat Crap

    Alternatively, buy glasses that sit out further on the bridge of your nose. When I used the range glasses, they were too close and once I pulled them out a little bit, the fogging decreased a ton.

    I use my old Oakley Half-Jackets with clear lenses, and they never fog up.

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    Diluted baby shampoo works great as a defogger for many different things.
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    Heck, spit works to prevent dive masks fogging, maybe shooters glasses too. Oakley's are $100+ and a $2 tin of greasy kidz stuff is cheap at twice the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy12 View Post
    I got a hot shell down my shirt .
    Real men don't notice ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    Real men don't notice ...
    Yeah but is was still HOTT!

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