Ranger XLW Lenses

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4.82 out of 5 based on 39 customer ratings
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Randolph Ranger XLW Lenses

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  1. 5 out of 5 An experiment that worked

    I like my XLW frames so well that I wanted to use them hunting. But I found that the color lenses I had for clays shooting weren’t right for quail in southern pine woods. I took a guess that these brown lenses would sharpen up the birds against a essentially tan and black background. And it worked. Even my friends have noticed I’m hitting more birds. These lenses are my go to for upland here in the southeast.

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  2. 5 out of 5 Ranger XLW Replacement Lens

    Excellent product; smooth transaction

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  3. 5 out of 5 XLW Light Modified Brown Lens

    After using today for the first time these lenses are definitely my go to for low light conditions

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  4. 5 out of 5 CMT XLW Lenses

    These lens seem to darken the background while enhancing the orange color of the target for clarity on bright sunny days.

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  5. 5 out of 5 Dark Purple Great For Green Background

    I mainly shoot Trap at a field which has dense tall pine, oak and palmetto trees behind a vine covered berm (green, green, green with blue sky and clouds). All other fields here in FL are pretty much the same, only difference is how close or far the trees are from the house. I currently have XLW CMT, Vermillion, Pale Yellow and Orange lens. CMT is too dark unless cloudless, blue sky only background (no or few trees). Vermillion does not pop the orange clays for me. The Orange lens has been my “go to” lens in all conditions…this was until I rolled the dice on the Dark Purple lens. The Dark Purple does a fantastic job of subduing the greens and popping the orange clays (much better than the Orange) even on overcast days. Bright days they are fantastic. With the Orange lens I would squint on cloudless days, not so with the Dark Purple. I have found the Dark purple is the best all around lens for me and the heavy green backgrounds that I shoot at. After using all the above lens for two years now; if I had to pick three…it would be the Dark Purple, Orange and Pale Yellow (night shooting). Those 3 lens cover 100% of my shooting scenarios. If I narrowed it to two, Dark Purple and Pale Yellow hands down.

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