All shooters and hunters are aware they need hearing protection to help prevent hearing loss, with custom-fit products often representing the upper-end of this market. With this in mind, WildEar has debuted its own custom-fit hearing protection called EarzOn.
Rejoice! The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced today that it is returning to its previous system of facilitating the international transport of personal firearms and ammunition.
In honor of Memorial Day, SportEAR is partnering with the Wounded Veterans Waterfowl Club (WVWC) to give combat veterans a free day in the field. Axil, the parent company of SportEAR, is donating hearing protection and a portion of this week's sales to the WVWC. A portion of all sales generated between Monday, May 30 and Friday, June 3 will be donated.
While firearm suppressors protect hunters’ and shooters’ hearing, their regulation under the National Firearms Act of 1934 requires buyers to fill out an application, pay a $200 tax and go through a time-consuming background check—and that’s in the 41 states that permit them.
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