Shooting with eyeglasses
Thanks to the aging process, this year looks like I'll be hunting with prescription eyeglasses for the first time for gradually worsening astigmatism, or in other words trouble seeing distances. I've had glasses for years but used to get away with not wearing them much. When I've shot bow & rifle before while wearing prescription glasses, I always had the problem of the top rim of the frame falling right in my sight picture, so the rim winds up either blocking my sight or I end up looking over the lens, thus defeating the corrected vision. In the past I would just shoot without the glasses, but now I'm afraid if I opt to shoot without them, the trade-off will be trouble focusing on the target at greater distances. Don't tend to have this problem with much larger safety glasses, but short of buying a pair of glasses with a much larger (and much less stylish) frame, anyone have any solution or tips to shooting while wearing normal eyeglasses?
Last edited by Flint Lock; 09-25-2018 at 11:40 PM.