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    Default Gun friendly eye doctor

    Hi all, I am looking for a gun friendly opthamologist (preferedly) in or near Chester county Pa.. Will also consider an optometrist. Any suggestions?

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    Just curious, are you looking for some eye work to be done? If so, send me a PM.

    Bob D

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    There is a good eye doc in Bala who had no issues answering case specific questions about shooting after eye surgery.
    Bala is a bit of a hike from Chester Springs though.
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    Just curious. Why "gun friendly"? If you think there is an injury go to ANY real eye doctor ASAP. Not an optometrist, a read MD doctor. You don't want to mess around. Just tell him you were boxing or it was an unfortunate camp fire incident........Or maybe both.

    I have heard of competition target shooters can get their glasses prescribed at places that will take the time and "sight you in" outside at 100 yards. In a usual office your long distance vision is only checked at 20 -30 feet (with the mirror). If that is what you are looking for just call around.

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    Default Re: Gun friendly eye doctor

    Quote Originally Posted by Delkal View Post
    Just curious. Why "gun friendly"? If you think there is an injury go to ANY real eye doctor ASAP. Not an optometrist, a read MD doctor. You don't want to mess around. Just tell him you were boxing or it was an unfortunate camp fire incident........Or maybe both.

    I have heard of competition target shooters can get their glasses prescribed at places that will take the time and "sight you in" outside at 100 yards. In a usual office your long distance vision is only checked at 20 -30 feet (with the mirror). If that is what you are looking for just call around.
    I have an issue looking through a peep sight, looks like a hair or lint in the orifice but it’s clean. Non dominant eye looks fine. I am taking an imune supressant drug that can have eye effects and need a doc to look.

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    Default Re: Gun friendly eye doctor

    Quote Originally Posted by bug View Post
    Just curious, are you looking for some eye work to be done? If so, send me a PM.

    Bob D

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    Default Re: Gun friendly eye doctor

    Quote Originally Posted by fitter View Post
    Hi all, I am looking for a gun friendly opthamologist (preferedly) in or near Chester county Pa.. Will also consider an optometrist. Any suggestions?
    Really good one up in Erie. He's even got an FFL, and does free transfers for his patients. Dr. Sanders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SevenMilePete View Post
    Really good one up in Erie. He's even got an FFL, and does free transfers for his patients. Dr. Sanders.
    Erie a bit if a drive but thanks for the thought��

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    Default Re: Gun friendly eye doctor

    Quote Originally Posted by fitter View Post
    I have an issue looking through a peep sight, looks like a hair or lint in the orifice but it’s clean. Non dominant eye looks fine. I am taking an imune supressant drug that can have eye effects and need a doc to look.
    Floater? I have a small one and my doc says there's nothing that can really be done.

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