Shoot & see: Should you spend $5 or $259 on shooting glasses?

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Do you get the protection you pay for when you buy safety glasses? The best way to find out is by shooting them!

Ozzie Reviews tested a set of Leupold Tracer ballistic safety glasses, which retail for upwards of $250 depending upon which spec you opt for.

There’s a lot more between the glasses than the price, of course. The Leupolds have a ballistic rating, three sets of coloured lenses and plenty more that the $5 cheapies wouldn’t even think about.

But in the end, how does each pair stand up to being blasted by a 12 gauge shotgun from only five metres away?! The answer is in the videos (below).

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