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    Optometrist in Spokane Area

    Are there any Spokane area optometrist on this board? Does anyone know any optometrist who shoots and understands the requirement to see the front sight?

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    Can't help you with a Optometrist but since we are on the subject of glasses....


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    If you tell the Optometrist what your requirements are, distance to front sight,stc. he can and will adjust the prescription for you. I have a second pair for shooting only. Also if you are into bifocals, you can have a small area in the upper inner corner ground to the specs you want. This will put your eye inline with the sights when shooting a rifle or "turtleing" with a hand gun.

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    Before I retired I had the Navy Eye Doc Grind me a pair of Bifocals for shooting, along with my regular two pair, did wonders and was FREE, hope they satisfy my eyes for a few more years. Itís really nice to see the targets I canít hit now.

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    I was hoping to find someone like Dr. Norman Wong. http://www.starreloaders.com/edhall/nwongarts.html

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