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XCR Members here is your chance to own the Best Hearing Protection Available

I have worked with a Dealer to get the best deal possible on MSA Sordin Supreme Pro's




Contact Ted if you're interested and Tell him Tzoid sent you !!

I fully endorse this seller and anyone from SigForum knows him as zeroskills

PLEASE NOTE: Only in OD GREEN--NOT BLACK,
Product Information
MSA/Sordin's top model. Provides optimum protection with high amplification, AUXinput and watertight battery compartment. Both earmuffs are shaped to suit both right-handed and left-handed shots.
- Two separate, well-shielded microphones for optimum stereo effect andlocation of sound direction
- High amplification and natural sound reproduction without "chopping"
- Around 300 hours battery life with two standard AAA batteries
- AUX input for connecting external audio sources, such as a radio. Lead with3.5 mm mono jack plug included


Group Buy Price is $205 + $6 shipping.

Call or email to get in on this buy.
Thanks!
Ted Goodridge
TNG Hardware
[email protected]
469-362-8720 DFW Area
877-362-8720 Toll Free
469-362-8730 Fax
 

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Ted is a good guy and is a well known dealer on Sig Forum (but don't let that scare you of! ;D )

He is also a member of this forum but we havn't seen him for a while.

Again, he is one of the good guys and you can deal with him with confidence.

Tell him Roy @ Aussie Arms said "Good day"
 

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DOH!

OK, now that makes perfect sense. The muffs I've been wanting to buy for the last year..... you get a group buy now.

I'd LOVE to go in on these, and that's a GREAT price on 'em too! But this month I spent $430 for a knife (well, one for me, one for my kid) and ordered another XCR. The worst of it is I can't even say that next month will be better - that's the SHOT show, so there's another $400 or so gone.

Now tell me you're going to get a group buy on HK 416 magazines (GRIN). Save me some dough on a 'scheduled purchase' ;D
 

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Thanks for the kind words gents!! My forum time has been eaten up by other stuff lately, so I haven't been able to get around much.

So I'm dropping in to say the buy is on--I've got verbal commitments that surpass the minimum, so we're good to go.

If you can't make it in this buy, contact me when you're ready--I usually order some extras with group buys.
Thanks!
-Ted
TNG Hardware
469-362-8720 DFW Area
877-362-8720 Toll Free
469-362-8730 Fax
 

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I've been wanting these for a while as well. I thought I remember them being close to 300 bucks normally? Sounds like a great price, I think I'm in. Which is preferred between a call or an email to sign up?
 

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Another happy Ted (zeroskillz) customer here. He is a great guy to deal with. I got in on his eotech group buy on SigForum. I'd get in on this but I'm already set up with hearing.
 

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looks like a cool gb tzoid...

I have been thinking about picking up my first pair of electronic muffs but I dunno if I want to spend that much. I was thinking about something like the peltor 6s or 7s.
 

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I see the "aux input" keeps being mentioned as a feature on these things, and that it works with a "radio", which I presume is a feature advertized in terms of its usefulness in a military type application... I just want to clear something up (I'm still buying them either way; just curious)... can I plug an Ipod/other music device into these things? *And* turn off the microphones/amplification at the same time? That would be nice. :) They could double as "Bose quiet comfort headphones" on long plane rides. :D
 

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I have never tried using mine with my Ipod...

I guess I could try it and let ya know...
 

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I understood that you can indeed use a music source but not sure if it would work with them turned off.
 

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Based on what it says on the website, the MSA phones don't cancel noise, they just try to limit it to 85db by clipping or other means. The Bose, which I have by the way, actually cancel noise and don't have any amplification. I have to remove the Bose from one ear to hear flight attendants asking me what I want to drink, exactly the opposite intent of the MSA.
 

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Yeah, the Pro Ears I have cut all sound above a certain DB but amplify other sounds that are not considered harmful.

I don't know lots of people that shoot while listening to music but I sometimes do and find it relaxing.
 
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