We talk about gun safety a lot here at NRA Women, and a critical part of gun safety is protecting your hearing from the damaging sounds of gunfire. However, if you have a relatively small head, you may find that most ear muffs are too large. That’s not just a comfort problem; muffs that are too big will make it tough for you to get a good, consistent cheek weld on your long gun, and that will seriously affect your accuracy. Champion Range & Targets is here to fix that problem with its new Small Frame ear muffs—and we say “here, here.” (Or should it be “hear, hear”?)
The Champion Small Frame ear muffs are designed specifically for those of us who have to adjust our ball caps to the very last snap. However, in much the same way that even the smallest women can deliver huge results on the range, so do these muffs. They offer the same terrific ear protection that shooters trust Champion to provide—a healthy 21 decibel (dB) reduction.
Users are already “championing” the Small Frame ear muffs’ comfort. They’re super lightweight and low-profile so you can practically forget they’re there. They’re also available in gray, pink, orange and blue in addition to the traditional black.
“At Champion, we are constantly looking at the hearing protection market in order to bring the best products to the shooting industry,” said Will Hemeyer, senior product manager for Champion Range & Targets. “Premium materials and comfort have been a key component of our new hearing protection over the last few years. These small frame muffs were developed based on feedback from shooters with smaller heads who had tried traditional muffs but found them to be too big and uncomfortable. Based on their feedback and from others across our retail channels, we now have the most comfortable set of slim muffs on the market that users can obtain in five exciting color patterns.”
The muffs are also priced for entry-level shooters with an MSRP of $14.95; championtarget.com