The company tests its products by shooting a steel bullet into the lenses. Its focus is on impact resistance.
During a recent visit to Revision's factory, I heard story after story of armed services members who credit their continuing ability to see to the company's eyewear. I also got to hang out with Brian Dickmann, a cop from the St. Louis area who is alive today because of Revision. He was serving a warrant when he was shot in the face by a bad guy using a .22 WMR. Dickmann's Revision goggles didn't stop the bullet, but they took enough energy out of the projectile that it only penetrated one layer of his skull. It's certainly a huge testament to the quality of Revision Eyewear.
As shooters, we should be wearing eye protection any time we fire a gun. Revision glasses and goggles are some of the very best you can buy to keep your eyes safe on the range or in a fight. If you can't see, you can't win. It's that simple. The company even has a system that makes it easy if you wear prescription glasses.