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The EyePal® was developed for the open-sight shooter who can no longer keep both sights in focus while trying to resolve their target (a.k.a. "fuzzy sight syndrome"). <more>

Easy-on and easy-off, the EyePal® makes your target and front and rear sights all in focus at the same time — but that's not all... <more>

Although the EyePal® is amazingly effective and simple to use, there is some serious optical science behind the scenes... <coming soon>

Learn from the Pros about how to get the most out of your EyePal® with these helpful answers to some common questions...

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"This little accessory has a permanent place in my shooting kit ... If these work well for us older guys, I can only imagine what these would do for a younger shooter."

Using Your EyePal®
Tips from the Pros

Once you try it, you'll see that the Eye Pal® is incredibly simple to use and virtually foolproof. But first timers often find a little orientation helpful...

How do I attach
the Eye-Pal to my glasses?

Simply open the top of a well and remove the EyePal® being careful not to drop it. Press the Eye-Pal® onto the clean lens of the glasses. The image above shows a right-handed shooter with an EyePal® located near the bridge of his glasses. Note that the cheek is resting on the comb of the stock. This will put the Eye Pal® in the proper location. It may take a few relocation moves to find your sight-line. Thereafter, you will find it's second nature to always place the Eye-Pal® in the same location.

Can I use the EyePal® with
a handgun?

Yes. The handgun sights are well within the depth of focus provided by the EyePal®. Your particular stance will determine the ultimate location of the EyePal® on your eyeglasses.

I shoot with both eyes open.
Can I use the Eye Pal®?

Users are being queried as to their results. Most have expressed positive results.

What about my "Dominant eye"?

The EyePal® provides the dominant eye with a sight picture with all elements in focus simultaneously. The EyePal® also removes most of the unwanted peripheral vision and improves the contrast of the image.

I'm a leftie, how do I position
the Eye Pal®?

For the rifle shooter, place the EyePal® on the left lens near the bridge of the glasses.

Can I use the Eye Pal with
safety glasses?

Yes. A pair of safety glasses with an Eye-Pal® mounted on the lens in the shooter's sight-line is fine. If you are using safety glasses and your reading glasses, attach the Eye-Pal® to your reading glasses.

EyePal® doesn't stick well
To My glasses

Make sure that your glasses are really clean. Put the EyePal® on your finger and rub it briskly on your sleeve or the body of your shirt to generate static. Polyester and fleece are perfect static generating materials. The EyePal® will stick to your finger. It's all charged up. Stick EyePal® on you glasses in your usual line of sight.

I've had my EyePal® kit for 3 years
and I love them! Lately, I've noticed that they sometimes lose their cling. Rubbing them on my polyester shirt helps. Is this typical?
What can be done?

Call or email Charlie Summers, the EyePal® inventor at 978-635-9162 or mrcls at comcast dot net

How do I find my sight line?

For the Archer, imagine where you are looking through your glasses at full draw. The line of sight is located near the bridge of your glasses. Put the EyePal® there. Draw again. Look through the EyePal® peep sight. If you have to change your head position, you now know where you have to move the EyePal®. Once placed where the EyePal® works for you, you will know where to place it in the future. It is important to have your head in a comfortable position while at full draw.

For the Rifle and Cross-bow shooter, it is automatic that your line of sight will be close to the bridge of your glasses because you "lean" into the gun to obtain the desired cheekweld. A comfortable cheekweld along with the optical axis of the eye will be the determining factors of final EyePal® placement.

For the Handgun shooters, the desired sight line can be found by taking your stance and aiming your handgun. Then with the free hand, put the EyePal® on your glasses in your line of sight. Once you take your particular stance you may find that you need to reposition the EyePal® slightly to get it right for you.

Will any glasses like sunglasses, shooting glasses and glasses made from glass work with the EyePal®?

Yes, but glasses made of glass are definitely neither made nor recommended for either safety or shooting glasses.

I've lost one of the EyePal® apertures. How can I get a replacement?

Call or email Charlie Summers, the EyePal® inventor at 978-635-9162 or mrcls at comcast dot net

Will the EyePal® work with any prescription glasses? Progressives and real bi-focals? What about contacts?

Yes to all of the above but a person using firearms and wearing contacts should always be wearing safety glasses at the range.