Browning Adds to Hearing Protection Line for 2017

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posted on September 13, 2017
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Browning has added two new products to its line of hearing protection for 2017: the Cadence Electronic Hearing Protector and the Behind the Head Hearing Protector.

The Cadence Electronic Hearing Protector has an omnidirectional microphone with adjustable volume control to amplify ambient sound. Amplification shuts off when sound levels reach 82dB. The low-profile electronic hearing protector has a compact earcup design with a soft cushioned headband. It offers 24dB NRR passive protection and mets ANSI S3.19 standards. Two AAA batteries are used to power the unit, which ships with an MSRP of $64.99.

Shooters that prefer a circular brim on their hat are being offered the Behind the Head Hearing Protector. A steel band secures the muffs in place without interfering with headwear. The slim profile ear cups are adjustable and have a gold Buckmark imprinted on the sides. THe muffs provide 22dB NRR and meet ANSI S3.19 standards. They ship with an MSRP of $19.99.

For more information, go to Browning.com.

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