Junkers – Rifle

£199.00

Simple Swiss-made glasses designed for ease of use
Introducing a prescription lens can help you regain the accuracy lost to poor eyesight

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Rifle
Begginer/Intermediate

Junkers – Rifle

Designed for target shooting in three positions (prone, kneeling, and standing), without the need for adjustment.


These tried and tested prescription shooting glasses are a great choice for shooters who value simplicity and ease of use.

Key Facts

  • Fixed sighting lens optimised for all rifle shooting positions
  • Large sighting lens designed to eliminate rim distortion.
  • The sighting lens is positioned away from the face to prevent steaming over.
  • Clip-on semicircle blinder for the non-shooting eye – reduces eye strain & allows both eyes to stay open while aiming.
  • Designed to fit all face shapes.
  • Comes with a sturdy lightweight metal case for transportation and storage.

Are you a pistol shooter? Go to Junkers – Pistol

Require more adjustment? Explore the Champion Range


 

Junkers – Rifle

£199.00

Free UK Delivery

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Junkers – Rifle

£199.00

Free UK Delivery

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Your written prescription from your optician is a record of the visual correction that your eyesight requires. This will be noted with a series of numbers preceded by a plus (+) or minus (-) sign.

Minus (-) means you are short sighted (Myopic) i.e. you can see close up but objects viewed in the distance appear blurred. And plus (+) means you are long sighted (Hyperopic) i.e. objects viewed close up may be out of focus.

Astigmatism: This is where the curvature of the front surface of the eye is not perfectly round. Your vision will be blurred at most distances if the astigmatism is significant. A correction for astigmatism will be recorded in the ‘Cylinder’ and ‘Axis’ part of the prescription. Axis is simply an angle, at which the Cylindrical power of your lens sits. This angle is measured in degrees (1 degree to 180 degrees)

Presbyopia: This is where the lens inside your eyes loses its flexibility so that focusing on objects close up becomes difficult. It is part of the natural ageing process of the eye and usually affects people in their mid 40s. A correction for presbyopia will be recorded in the ‘Near’ and ‘Intermediate’ part of the prescription.

It is common to have no values for any one of the prescription sections, in which case you might see the letters “PL” or “plano” which means zero.

I don't have my prescription to hand, can I still order?
Yes!  If you do not have your prescription to hand, simply select "send later". After your order is completed, our team will be in touch to take your prescription details.
I am confused by my prescription, can you read it for me?

Yes, this is not a problem.

When ordering your glasses, you are asked for your prescription details.

Simply select "attach image", to send us a photo. We can then read your prescription from the paperwork.

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Single-Vision lenses sharpen your focus whilst taking aim and shooting. Bifocal lenses sharpen your focus on both nearby and far away objects.

Benefits of Bifocal Lenses

Target shooting competitors benefit from a second lens on the non-shooting eye, allowing clear focus when adjusting sights and marking scores.

Clay & Game Shooters benefit from a small region at the bottom of the lens which allows clear focus when re-loading and marking scores.