RE Ranger Falcon Pro
RE Ranger Falcon Pro
Randolph Engineering‘s latest shooting eyewear — the Ranger Falcon Pro — is designed for the extreme competitor. According to the press release, it is currently available in two sizes: Small (64mm) and Large (72mm) in matte black with bayonet or cable temples. These shooting glasses come with a sweat-bar for stability, comfort, and increased air flow which helps to reduce fogging. The RE Ranger Pro will be sold as a frame with a three lens kit (medium yellow, dark purple and HD). The end user will also have the ability to add a semi-rimless Rx insert, sold separately.
“When designing the next generation of the Falcon, we took the feedback from our customers into consideration to make a shield frame that would work for them,” stated Peter Waszkiewicz, president and CEO of Randolph Engineering. “The Falcon Pro is made for avid and professional shooters, providing them with enhanced field of vision.”
The RE Ranger Falcon Pro is available at a manufacturer suggested retail price of $379.00. Each RE Ranger Falcon Pro Kit comes with a a case, cleaning cloth, microfiber lens bag and maintenance kit.
Features: Ranger Falcon Pro Kit
*Sweat-bar for added comfort and air flow
*A stunning, unobstructed field of view
*Lifetime solder joint warranty
*Interchangeable NexPC shield lenses
*Available Rx Insert sold separately
This 3 lens kit includes the following tints:
*HD (58) – Offers incredibly crisp, clear vision by incorporating precise technology that filters out blue light to increase contrast while perfectly targeting the shooter’s mark. This lens is the expert choice for medium light conditions. LT-52%
*Dark Purple (51) – A great lens for very bright conditions. Provides contrast of orange targets against a deep blue sky. An excellent lens for glare reduction and snow. LT-30.33%
*Medium Yellow (52) – Highlights orange clay targets and enhances contrast in low light or overcast conditions. LT-83.69%
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