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  Ok...I've seen this Claroxan advertised in just about all of my hunting & shooting magazines. Has anyone tried this stuff or know someone who has?  There are lots of testimonials from sharpshooters & such who sware by it. http://www.claroxan.com What do you think? Bionic eyes?Shocked Big%20Grin

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Here is some talk from a web site I found here @ O.T.
http://www.mdwfp.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2929

It's a supplement and probably safe but certainly not a miracle cure.

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Shooting skills a not found in a bottle, though I do believe a healthy body and mind can  contribute to better skills.
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I'm no expert, but my guess would be to save your money, and see an optometrist if your having problems. Smile
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 I think of it as any vitamin supplement: an expensive way to compensate for poor nutrition.  Put your money into good, wholesome food instead.  That is getting harder and harder to do these days, though.  Everything is artificial and over-processed.
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everything in front of the counter is a food and they can say anything they want, anything behind the counter is a drug and it must have clinical studies.
so do you like american or swiss on your cheesburger.???
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This stuff is very pricey. Big profit to pay for endorsements. If it was so great it would be in a one -a-day vitamin tablet.
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Originally posted by 3_tens 3_tens wrote:

This stuff is very pricey. Big profit to pay for endorsements. If it was so great it would be in a one -a-day vitamin tablet.
     It is in a one-a-day vitamin tablet!
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Originally posted by ckk1106 ckk1106 wrote:

I'm no expert, but my guess would be to save your money, and see an optometrist if your having problems. Smile
   No problems here, just curious.
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