Frequently Asked Questions
Which EyePal aperture is which in the Master kit?
The Rifle, Silver print with smaller aperture is in the RIGHT and the Handgun, Gold print with the larger aperture is in the LEFT.
Does EyePal work with all types of glasses?
Yes, EyePal works with sunglasses, shooting glasses, prescription glasses, progressives and real bi-focals. Please note that glasses made of glass are not recommended for either safety or shooting glasses.
Can I use EyePal with safety glasses?
My EyePal aperture won't stick to my glasses, what can I do?
Can people with 20/20 vision use the EyePal?
How do I attach the EyePal to my glasses?
Can I use the EyePal if I shoot with both eyes open?
I'm a leftie, how do I position the EyePal?
Will the EyePal work with contacts?
I've lost one of the EyePal apertures. How can I get a replacement?
What happens if my EyePal kit loses it's cling after several years of use?
Who would use the EyePal?
Can the EyePal be used with reading glasses?
What about people with astigmatism?
Can EyePal help me shoot a bow?
Can I use EyePal at the indoor range?
Can I use the EyePal with a handgun?
What about my "dominant eye"?
Why doesn't EyePal stick well to my glasses?
Is EyePal Patented?
How do I find my sight line?
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.