Glow-On Begin of Summer Sizzle discount. Discount code: oneoriginal
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June 22nd, 2013 07:52 PM
June 24th, 2013 06:45 PM
Glow-On super Phosphortescent June 2013 discount code: oneoriginal
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Valid on the purchase of small 2.3 vials of the Glow-On original
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June 24th, 2013 11:38 PM
I have to admit, every time I see posts for Glow-on I get a little closer to trying it. I like the concept, but am just not sold on the "rechargeable"
night sights. I keep my firearm holstered in a remora holster when it is not on me so I'm not sure how much use they would really be. I like the pictures of the product in use though! It is only a matter of time before I break down and give it a try. One question however, how easy is it to remove from the sights if I decide that I do not like it?
June 25th, 2013 02:26 AM
How to remove Glow-On , paint or film.
Glow-On is but one more option, it doesn't occupy space, it doesn't make your firearm bulky, it just sits on your sights, just in case.
Originally Posted by B_2keys
While most people think of it as "night sights", Glow-On is luminescent during the day, even if your firearm is holstered, it will charge in less than a second and facilitate transitions into buildings, sheds, etc.
To say the least, you could think of it as a "repair kit for less than stellar sights".
Keep in mind some firearms come equipped with the same technology, especially if they're manufactured in Europe where there are harsh restrictions on radioactive materials like tritium.
Most Firearms manufactured in Europe are retrofitted with tritium in the USA.
To remove the paint:
The easiest way is to pry it off or dislodge it with the help of the handle of a small brush, wood or plastic. Just push very hard to pop it off.
A Q-tip dipped in acetone free nail paint remover will soften the material to make the removal easier if the material is too hard. Glow-On keeps on getting harder as the time passes, after a few months its very stiff.
Paint solvent, gasoline, etc won't help here.
To remove the film:
To remove the film, the help of an X-acto knife will be necessary. Just "slice the film off your sights, remove the rest with the help of nail paint remover, super glue residue is removed with nail paint remover.
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June 25th, 2013 02:43 AM
It's obvious a strong hand shooting experience is required here.
Originally Posted by Gatopardo
Some detractor of this Tactical light technique will claim that the muzzle flash will point to the location of center mass, also one arm shooting might not be as accurate.
All things being equal, in a perfect world, none would be trying to break into you home, but, if it happens, and you are successful on taking your assailant down, it will not matter if he can see you firing your firearm.
Glow-On performance, safety check of home premises. - YouTube
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June 27th, 2013 12:07 AM
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