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Old 10-25-2018, 5:23 PM
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Yes, my right-side Surefire EP3 failed to seal. I was already running drills and adrenaline clouded my ability to realize, rather contributed to my ignoring of the louder-than-usual "booms".

Approx. 3-weeks later, I still have tinnitus. I've promptly ordered EP5's and upgraded my eye and ear pro's. I am using Smith Optics Aegis ECHO with very thin frame and Peltor Tac Sport 300. HL and Razor doesn't seal well for my head nor are they as comfy as the Peltor.
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Old 10-25-2018, 6:35 PM
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If so, what was it like? And what gun/caliber?

It's something I'd never like to try, but nevertheless still curious about. And I hope I would never be forced to do it for self defense during a home invasion.
Yes, while deer hunting and while ground squirrel hunting. Had a browning A-Bolt II .25-06 with a BOSS on the end of the barrel to reduce kick and promote accuracy. Had artillery ears that night after the hunt.

I also fired a handgun inside my home years ago into some books to check penetration. A 45 Govt. Model Series 70 by Colt. I also secretly killed a pesky peacock that belonged to my neighbor in my front yard with a Remington Nylon 66 with a condom on the barrel to reduce noise. Had no mickey-mouse ears on then too.

As a soldier in the field, blanks were commonly fired from M16's without earplugs. I always wore mickey-mouse ears or plugs on any shooting range, military or civilian, however.
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Old 10-25-2018, 6:42 PM
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Yes: .22 rifles and pistols; .357 revolver; .30-30 rifle; .410, 20-, and 12-gauge shotgun; .308 rifle. Do not recommend, though I feel one can fire a shotgun in the field while hunting without ear protection and it'll be fine.
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Old 10-26-2018, 1:53 AM
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No protection carries a high risk of hearing AIDS later in life.
Huh could you repeat the question

Yep i'm one of those. In the 60s and 70s rabbit hunting 12 ga, later all big bore.
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Old 10-26-2018, 8:20 AM
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I was in training on the firing line with 11 others working on a drill with holsters. Everyone had Glock 17's. Forgot my hearing protection and some would wear ear plugs so the instructor didn't know. I remember taking my weapon out, lining up and then when others were shooting, my brain said something is wrong. I just froze for a while until the instructor came up behind and yelled at me..."fire!!!fire!!!fire!!!fire!!!....I unloaded my magazine and he said what the hell is wrong with you...I responded no ears...then went and got my ear protection when the line was safe...IT was LOUD and somewhat embarrassing.
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Old 10-26-2018, 8:29 AM
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Yes, frequently in my youth and young adult years as a result I have permanent hearing loss and ringing my ears today. I do not shoot today w/o hearing protection nor did/do I allow my children and other shooters to shoot w/o it.
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Old 10-26-2018, 8:58 AM
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Yeah. Indoor range during a qual. .40 cal. Didnít realize I forgot my ear protection until I finished the first volley. Couldnít hear well for the rest of the day.
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Yes, while deer hunting and while ground squirrel hunting. Had a browning A-Bolt II .25-06 with a BOSS on the end of the barrel to reduce kick and promote accuracy. Had artillery ears that night after the hunt.

I also fired a handgun inside my home years ago into some books to check penetration. A 45 Govt. Model Series 70 by Colt. I also secretly killed a pesky peacock that belonged to my neighbor in my front yard with a Remington Nylon 66 with a condom on the barrel to reduce noise. Had no mickey-mouse ears on then too.

As a soldier in the field, blanks were commonly fired from M16's without earplugs. I always wore mickey-mouse ears or plugs on any shooting range, military or civilian, however.
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Old 10-26-2018, 9:50 AM
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All the time when shooting alone.



With a hearing-safe suppressor, out of state of course
Not all suppressors are hearing safe BTW.
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Old 10-26-2018, 11:19 AM
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Active duty Army - M-16, M-14, M-60, M-2, M1911A1, back in the days they gave you earplugs but never required on using them... Rock concerts, motorcycles, driving trucks... Full-on tinnitus and some registers of hearing completely gone, i.e. partially deaf.

I wear FitEars https://www.fit-ear.com/ while motorcycle riding now, and earplugs & earmuffs at the range, it's exceptionally painful if I don't.
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Old 10-26-2018, 11:21 AM
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I have done 2 entire USPSA stages without ear protection. Both times I was so focused on shooting it didn't click until after the stage I forgot ear pro......On the first time, I was running to the second position and thought to myself "gun sounds loud today". Only had a few more targets so just kept shooting....
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Old 10-26-2018, 9:10 PM
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Shot a deer earlier this month. I think the shade covers at the range makes our guns seem louder. In the field it didn't seem any louder in the field than at the range with ear plugs.
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Old 10-26-2018, 9:11 PM
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Shot a deer earlier this month. I think the shade covers at the range makes our guns seem louder. In the field it didn't seem any louder in the field than at the range with ear plugs.
Rifles aren't bad (without compensators), but handguns will hammer you.
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Old 10-27-2018, 8:22 AM
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I shot my .22 and .30-30 rifle as a kid and teenager without hearing protection. In the 60s, nobody used hearing protection for anything. Later shot blackpowder, and my dad's 9 mm, 38, 357 mag, and ,44 mags without hearing protection. My ears would ring for days after.

I have had tinnitus for over twenty years and got my hearing aids recently.

I now do not even shoot my .22 without doubling up on hearing protection. I do the same using any power tool. I am 56 and already have hearing aids.
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Old 10-27-2018, 9:58 AM
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First 22 years of my life... never wore ear pro.
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Old 10-27-2018, 9:13 PM
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My ears ring to this day
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Old 10-27-2018, 9:20 PM
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Rifles aren't bad (without compensators), but handguns will hammer you.
I don't know why that would be. I get the muzzle on a rifle is further away but the rifle has a much larger charge. Must be some physics or black magic I don't understand.
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I don't know why that would be. I get the muzzle on a rifle is further away but the rifle has a much larger charge. Must be some physics or black magic I don't understand.
Distance from the ears and direction of the blast.

I'll fire .22lr out of a rifle all day long without earpro.
Revolvers? Different story. Not painful, but it's loud.
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Yes, decades ago. ( near the end of Jimmy's term the White House then) .270 win, 41 mag, .38 special, H&K 91 (.308) This was at a location in the Sierra foothills. The H&K 91 left my ears ringing......went through 100 rds
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Yes, while bird hunting with 12 Ga. Then later during down time plinking with my buckmark (.22) and 1911 (.45). Not bad without ears in the outdoors. Would never do it indoors unless a self defense situation required it.
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Old 10-27-2018, 11:30 PM
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Yes, forgot to put my ears on in a semi-enclosed shooting range and shot off a round from an AR-15 (5.56). Loud enough that I'll never forget to put my ears on.
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Interesting thread... Back in the day, only pu551es wore ear muffs. Now all of us manly men have ringing in our ears and you have to look directly at us if you're speaking to us.
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I've shot most of my guns a time or two without ears on. It sucks, and my ears ring for a little while but nothing too bad. My dad on the other hand, he's 66 and damn near deaf. He's been shooting all his life.
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During service, all weapons assigned to me or have used, never wore hearing protection, and if I did, I'd lose that hearing protection during sleep or guard duty. Tried using cigarette butts for hearing protection when it was advised by higher ranks, but eventually ended up going no protection.

All weapons fired w/o protection: M60, M240B, M249, M16, M4, M9, M203, Mk-19, M2 Browning, M224, M252, and M120.

These weapons have all been fired using cigarette butt as a hearing protection as well lol.

Interesting note: When firing M120 on ground or anywhere, most people blink their eyes when the primer hits the pin as I noticed. Try keeping your eyes open during this moment, and you might see what I saw. Shockwaves originating from the base plate.
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During service, all weapons assigned to me or have used, never wore hearing protection, and if I did, I'd lose that hearing protection during sleep or guard duty. Tried using cigarette butts for hearing protection when it was advised by higher ranks, but eventually ended up going no protection.

All weapons fired w/o protection: M60, M240B, M249, M16, M4, M9, M203, Mk-19, M2 Browning, M224, M252, and M120.

These weapons have all been fired using cigarette butt as a hearing protection as well lol.

Interesting note: When firing M120 on ground or anywhere, most people blink their eyes when the primer hits the pin as I noticed. Try keeping your eyes open during this moment, and you might see what I saw. Shockwaves originating from the base plate.
Any short term or long term loss? It did physically hurt while firing? I know adrenaline helps, but damn that hurts just to read.
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Yes as a teenager or even younger. 22lr, 12 gauge maybe a 30.30.

Worse time for my ears was being in the pit for a U2 concert at the arena in San Diego. I have been to probably 20 U2 concerts but that night between the crowd, some screaming asshat just behind me and the PA on steriods I was wrecked. The next day at work the phone did not ring it went click click click click. SCARY!

Ever since I have been very protective. Minimum at a concert is a wadded up napkin in each ear and if down front proper ear plugs that still can let most the tones in.

Shooting I double up indoors.
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In the 1960ís I never used hearing protection. I didnít know anyone that did. My ears would ring for hours later after shooting.
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Yes. 16 years ago. Few 7.62x39 AK mags. No big deal.
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early 80's we used to drive out to Lytle Creek and shoot 22lr all the time, before they had the range there

never used ear or eye protection, we'd shoot up cans and plastic bottles all afternoon
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Yup .22, .223, .243, .308, 20ga, 12ga. Hard to hunt with no ears.
^^^^ This.
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Like everyone has said, hard to hunt without hearing. So, yes, 12ga.

Also, forgot to put in (and on, I usually double-up) hearing once and shot my .300 SAUM (ultra mag). I won’t do that again.
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22 outdoors, sure... no big deal.

60ish magnum large pistol primers indoor... not so good. :/
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One outing, cheap earplugs, and P226 9mm. Ears were ringing for a couple weeks.

Would not recommend.
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First time shooting. In someone's backyard/ranch. Semi auto uzi. One standard magazine. Not recommended.
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Yes. .347 mag in high school.

It was incredibly stupid. It is so loud it doesn't sound loud, your ears just start ringing. For a long time.
In high school too , same .357 Mag .... Short barrel 2 3/4" Ruger Security Six...on BLM land...forgot hearing protection...drove all the way out there...sure as hell not going back without shooting.

I shot once, ears rang loudly...handed it off to my other 2 friends...they declined...out of 3 boxes of 50...we came home with 149 rounds.

Still got to do some nice 4 wheeling though...
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I worked at a bombing range in the Navy. We shot .45ís and M-1ís out in the woods one day. Honestly could not hear for 3 days. Some 50 years later have bad Tenninitis and poor hearing. Tenninitis has been with me since that event. Protect your hearing guys. It is no joke and not about being macho.
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Yes. BLM on a Sunday of SSZS.

Me and two friends wanted to record ourselves side by side, doing some funny Desperado Mariachi mag dump type of video. I had my string earplugs just hanging around my neck and forgot to put them on. 30 rounds of 9mm in a couple seconds to my ears.

It's 9mm - didn't hurt or ring after, surprisingly.
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The only thing I’ve shot without ears (outdoors)that left my ears ringing was my 16” AR. My 9mm and .45 glocks weren’t that bad but I still prefer ear pro obviously. The worst time was shooting an AR at an indoor range with surefire ep3s that didn’t fit snuggly in my right ear. Still blocked some noise but it felt like I had a foam earplug in my right ear for a couple days. Now I use ear muffs indoors haha.
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I’ve shot 3 guns without ear protection.

One was a 30-06 BAR out of a blind, 2 rounds fired. Oh my that was loud. My ears rang for 5 minutes after, you had to talk loudly for me to hear. I got my deer, though!

The second was a .38 Colt service revolver someone brought along on the same trip. Fired two rounds. Ears rang, wouldn’t want to shoot all day without ear protection, but a few rounds isn’t bad.

The last was a Remington 700 in 270 off the hood of a truck to verify zero. That wasn’t bad.

Takeaways?

-Outdoor vs indoor matters A LOT.
-Use ear protection if you can, shooting without it sucks.

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