BELLEVUE, WA – Noisefighters, the Michigan-based company that manufactures gel-filled ear pads for shooting earmuffs and lightweight mounting hardware for night vision goggles, has become a Silver-level sponsor of the Second Amendment Foundation for 2023.

The company is owned and operated by Neal Brace, a service-disabled Marine Corps combat veteran. In business since 2017, Noisefighters is headquartered in Lowell, Mich.

“I was inspired by the work I have seen your team accomplish,” Brace told SAF. “Your organization is actively fighting for the Second Amendment and actually winning.”

“We’re humbled by the support we’ve been getting from our corporate sponsors,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “I’m especially encouraged about the future when we can attract new sponsors like Noisefighters, because it tells me folks like Neal Brace are in this for the long haul. There are so many battles yet to fight, and we are facing new challenges every day.”

The company’s flagship night vision mount, the Panobridge, is an accessory that allows two conventional AN/PVS-14 monoculars to be mounted side-by-side and aligned in such a way to expand the horizontal field of view almost double that of a single monocular, Brace explained. The product is also unique by virtue of its construction, with unconventional design and material choices granting it a total weight of less than half of most competitors. Its release in early 2021 proved to be a catalyst for immediate change in the industry, with many end users demanding greater situational awareness and faster decision-making ability when operating in darkness.

Their original product, Sightlines gel-filled ear pads, provide additional comfort for those wearing shooting earmuffs by featuring a patented design that allows shooting/safety glasses to be worn without causing pressure-induced headaches nor breaking the noise seal. A crowdfunding effort was used to launch the product, and the Second Amendment community was the primary driver behind its success. All materials are sourced here in the U.S., and the company’s products are used all over the world.