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Glow in the dark gun sights paint, guaranteed to work.

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    Lightbulb Glow in the dark gun sights paint, guaranteed to work.

    Happy fourth of July everyone

    Did the paint on your gun sights fell off at the range while you're shooting.
    What a great opportunity to try Glow-On.
    Glow-On is easy to apply and it's guaranteed to work.

    You can just"create" any image for your gun sights, a delta, a straight eight, paint the whole sights. etc.

    Glow-On is made in Oklahoma, USA we ship in the US and internationally. We ship to our armed forces anywhere in the world, salute!
    Go with the glow


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    I'm seriously contemplating trying your product out. What color stands out the best in the daytime in your opinion? Thanks!
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    I have the standard green and the aqua. They both appear mostly white in the daytime, and are both pretty bright at night with just enough color differentiation for me to easily tell apart the front and rear sights. Important for a near-sighted guy like myself.
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    Thanks for the AD... I am definitely interested in night sights without having to spend a bundle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paaiyan View Post
    I have the standard green and the aqua. They both appear mostly white in the daytime, and are both pretty bright at night with just enough color differentiation for me to easily tell apart the front and rear sights. Important for a near-sighted guy like myself.
    That's what I'd like to avoid. My P95 has the basic three-dot white sights and they're often just too difficult to pick up quickly in the daytime. So, I'd like some colors that stick out as much as possible during daytime hours. Any color at night would just be bonus. lol
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    If you're already painting this on, you could paint some neon color surrounding it. They recommend you coat their product with clear nail polish when it's cured anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paaiyan View Post
    If you're already painting this on, you could paint some neon color surrounding it. They recommend you coat their product with clear nail polish when it's cured anyway.
    Certainly a thought! But, when I get home I'll have to take a look at the sights again. I feel like there may not be enough space to place a dab of the Glow-On and a ring of neon color around it. At least, on the front sight.
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    I ordered option two in original formula~~~~~Thanks for supporting this forum.

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    I bought the original color about a week ago. Phenomenal stuff. I charge each sight for about a minute with a flashlight and they shine BRIGHT from 10pm til 5am. Last night I simply stood the Rami up under a lamp for a while and it illuminated all night, too.

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    Ok, ya'll talked me into trying the product.

    I didn't see where the color selection was on the order blank was though.

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    Glow-On for some pump action

    My wife has an 18" barrel "as basic as it gets" pump action shotgun handy at all times.
    She's practice for several scenarios and she uses Glow-On on the front bead and behind the barrel.
    This type of weapon creates a big spread at 15 feet so there's not really need to use the sights.
    Just align the markings in the dark with your peripheral vision and BOOM!

    Go with the glow

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    Shotgun glow in the dark front bead.

    Here's another view, the front bead.

    Go with the glow

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    shotgun glow sights.

    And here the marks behind the barrel.
    Go with the glow

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    Saiga 12 with Glow-On sights

    And now... A different type of firearm, a shotgun in steroids:

    This specific firearm came equipped with fixed sights, to install a third party sighting system calls for extensive upgrades.
    Just not what I wanted at the moment. so We used Glow-On on it.
    Go with the glow

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    Saiga 12 with Glow-On sights, II

    So we applied the Glow-On Self adhesive on the rear, boldly. Then the paint on the front post

    Go with the glow

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