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Question:
What conditions are the different colors of shooting lenses for?

Answer:

Usually, good quality shooting glasses come with interchangeable lenses. Many shooters prefer only one or two colors. Here are the conditions for each color:

Grey: For bright days, rifle or pistol shooters. Reduces light, transmits all colors at the same level. Does not enhance orange targets.

Clear: Poor lighting, indoor ranges and eye protection. No contrast. An excellent safety lens when hand loading.

Yellow: For overcast foggy days or late afternoon. Good for rifle or pistol shooting with black and white targets. Can be used in indoor ranges.

Orange: Excellent for orange clay targets. Dull, cloudy days, dusk or dawn. Enhances the orange of the target.

Vermillion: For green backgrounds. Highlights orange, dampens green. Good for those who see orange poorly, or with red-green color deficiency.

Brown: Light reducing. Good all around for shooting orange targets on bright, glaring days with open background.

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