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Peltor™ Sport Tactical 300 Electronic Hearing Protector, 1/Pack

  • 24 dB Noise Reduction Rating (NRR)
  • 3M SMART Technologies
  • Dynamic Suppression Time adapts to firearm and environment for optimized shooting experience
  • Clear Voice Tracking seeks voice within noise for improved speech intelligibility
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Targeted NRR of 24 dBA for passive sound protection. Suppresses gunshot noise and amplifies low sounds using proprietary 3M technologies. Gunshot Recognition and Suppression Technology optimizes noise protection based on the firearm being used and the environment in which it's being used. Clear Voice Tracking Technology seeks voice amongst the noise to improve speech intelligibility and situational awareness. Engineered for optimal fit and comfort. Foldable and adjustable.

  • 24 dB Noise Reduction Rating (NRR)
  • 3M SMART Technologies
  • Dynamic Suppression Time adapts to firearm and environment for optimized shooting experience
  • Clear Voice Tracking seeks voice within noise for improved speech intelligibility
  • Auto shut-off
  • Intuitive buttons and voice guidance let you operate without removing headset
  • Low-profile cups have cut-outs for use with long guns`
  • Vented, adjustable headband improves comfort when worn with hats
  • Durable recessed microphones designed to reduce wind and fan noise
Customer Reviews
Peltor™ Sport Tactical 300 Electronic Hearing Protector, 1/Pack is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty good hearing protectors! I bought the Peltor 300 product a month ago and have been using them every week. I chose the 300 unit over the 500 because I have no need for Bluetooth capability. I did have some difficulty figuring out the settings, but once I did, they worked well. I do have to agree somewhat with Codger's review (below) in that they don't seem to give as much noise reduction as I expected. Indoors shooting 9mm handguns in training classes, the noise did not seem much reduced. At the lowest setting, the gun noise was okay but voices were a little difficult to understand. However, during a carbine class I found that the noise of the 5.56mm short barreled guns was very effectively reduced. The hearing protectors seem more effective as the noise level increases. All in all, I think they work pretty well and I would recommend this product highly.
Date published: 2019-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost perfect... Almost I purchased the tactical 300s about two months ago. Most recently I used them on a Firearms Instructor Course involving 12+ hour days over two weeks, firing thousands of rounds a day. Throughout the week I only had to change batteries once despite having the unit turned on all day every day. We were on an outdoor range at a repurposed gravel pit and shot outside rain or shine. There were a few days of heavy rain. The rain or gravel didn't affect them at all. Voice was clear and hearing protection was great through 9mm, 5.56, 12 gauge and .308 fire. My only criticism is sometimes if bumped around while turned off you sometimes need to open the battery door and move the batteries slightly to get the unit to power on. Other than that one small issue, they are great.
Date published: 2019-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good for inside shooting I used these at the shooting range with my brother in laws and man were these awesome. We only had one pair, and each of us were asking for another use of them the whole day. They do a fairly good job picking up noise and returning to that setting, and did a good job keeping out sound. We shot everything from 9mm to ar-16. There was even a .50cal rifle down the lane and these did a pretty good job.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Peltor Sport Tactical 300 Non-electronic hearing protection very good. Amplification of ambient noise almost as good, in some ways better, than a unit I paid 3 times as much for 30 years ago. The negative issue for me is the reduction in gunshot volume when the electronics are active. It's simply inadequate. I'm not sure what the decibel level is, but less than 80 db is what we should be getting. I couldn't find any specifications for actual active sound reduction. I shouldn't have ringing ears after a few rounds of 9mm in the great outdoors (minimum volume setting). I had issues accessing the setup menu. I did finally manage to do so. Turning Dynamic Suppression off actually eliminated echos and some other issues when firing a pistol. Which isn't what's supposed to happen. Sound level reduction is still inadequate. Would I recommend the product? Depends upon the intended use. I can't picture using this product for a match or other extended shooting session involving other shooters. Qualified yes......... One of the reasons I purchased this product is my experience with your prescription protective safety glasses. They're outstanding. Unfortunately, this is less so.
Date published: 2017-07-13
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