- Jul 18, 2011
Goggles do look nice but try long duration firing and you will know the associated problems. During an Army CATC camp that I attended last year( I am a naval cadet), we were trained to fire on the INSAS and the old 7.62mm Bren LMG. We had been told to get goggles. But after 3 hours of continuous shooting, all the sweat starts to pool within the goggles and accuracy goes out the window.There is no issue with case ejecting, Goggles looks nice in normal conditions but one better without it so does for those knee pads and arm pads unless they are inbuilt within uniform..