Eye protection is essential for anyone using a firearm, whether at a shooting range or in a forest or field or at work.All firearms have a certain amount of recoil, and many shooting activities take place outdoors where wind, sun and dust also can lead to eye and vision problems.Shotguns and rifles are held on the shoulder, while handguns are no more than an arm's length away. These different shooting activities occur in close proximity to the face, which means you should take every precaution to shield your eyes from harm. Good eyes protection makes sense and often is required during organized matches or while shooting on a range. Some range masters allow shooters to wear any kind of eye wear they like, but sometimes certain safety standards are required. This material has a high index of refraction. Such glasses reflect light at a higher angle as compared to normal glasses. This property of high angle reflection gives them very shiny look. These are also heavier than other type of glasses. Rough texture of lead crystals helps the wine to breathe more when we swirl it in the bowl. Most of the wine glasses are not coloured or frosted. It is however advocated by some, that the shape of the glass enhances flavour and aroma of the wine. In general, shape of the glass is such that, the mouth of the glass is never the widest part of the bowl. Wine glasses can be broadly classified as white wine glasses, red wine glasses, and champagne flutes.These are usually served in a glass with comparatively wider bowl, which increases the rate of oxidation. It is believed that oxidation subtly alters the flavour and aroma of wine. Oxidation is considered more beneficial for red wine, its flavour is smoothed out after being exposed to the oxygen in the air.Does the glass shape affect the taste of wine? It is a controversial subject. White wine glasses come in various shapes, ranging from a tapered flute, to a wide and shallow bowl. Full flavoured white wines are best served, in such way that they become slightly oxidized.