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Howard Leight Bilsom Targo Trap Earmuffs

Company: Howard Leight

October 01, 2005

Howard Leight’s Bilsom Targo Trap sound amplification earmuffs are designed for shooters. They electronically amplify low level sounds and block harmful noises over 82 dB. Beveled earcups lessen gunstock interference, while directionally placed microphones pinpoint sound. Stereo ear speakers provide high sound quality and amplification for a more natural sound. A single control for on/off and volume makes the earmuffs easy to use. Targo Trap also features a “quick-click” height-adjustable headband that is cushioned to provide a secure, comfortable fit, even during extended wear. The compact, folding design makes storage convenient. Standard AAA batteries provide extended life up to 350 hours, and an automatic four-hour shutoff prevents accidental battery drain.

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