Gun Safety Extends To Sight And Hearing
When shooting on a range, indoors or outdoors or hunting you must wear proper eye and ear protection.
We asked if prescription eye glasses or sunglasses were adequate protection and he replied,
No, prescription glasses or sunglasses by name are usually made of glass so they will shatter if hit by a shell casing or some other object. I wear Oakley prescription protective glasses when I shoot.
When it comes to protecting your ears Fleming said in-ear or over-ear protection is better than no protection.
Fleming also had comments about the NRA and the GOA (Gun Owners of America) and you can hear what he had to say by listening to the interview: