A sight of relief...

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    Thumbs up A sight of relief...

    We have more than a few nice pieces manufactured many years ago, collectors call them "vintage" everyone else will call them old.

    It really doesn't matter how you call them, enthusiast knows that firearms last for a long time, the ones used to lead instead of "soft steel" usually keep a good barrel since lead runs thru it like butter.

    Anyways, enough reminiscing.

    So there's plenty of pieces out there manufactured before firearms could be retrofitted with lasers, tritium, scoped, red dots, etc.

    The solution: Glow-On Super Phosphorescent.
    Where nothing else works Glow-On will.

    Go with the glow

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    The brighter the glow the longer it glows.

    The brighter the glow the longer it glows.
    That's our standard.

    Save your money and go with the best!

    I know...It sounds a bit cliche . But it's true.

    Go with the glow

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    Since many here carry concealed, it would be useful to know how this paint performs in low light when suddenly pulled from under a shirt or jacket after having been there a long while.

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    I wonder this also, how about showing us how good the glow is after the pistol has been in a holster and under a heavy tee shirt all day.

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    Lightbulb Some ingenuity plus a vial of Glow-On

    It just takes some ingenuity and a small vial of Glow-On to create a unique set of sights.

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    Thumbs up A good pair of gun sights is a sight of relief!

    There's no doubt, under some circumstances a good pair of gun sights is a sight of relief!

    Definitely not for every occasion, but, if you happen to need it then... You'll be happy you have it on your gun
    Go with the glow

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    How about answering the question. I'd be interested if I knew how it would work when the sights hadn't been exposed to direct light.
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    I too would like to know the answer to that question.
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    ...I pm'ed him that he had questions a coupla days ago...on the 2nd, actually...guess he's busy...

    ...or maybe this is the 100% no questions part
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    LOL Snub
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    Hoping for a Reply also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoganbeg View Post
    Since many here carry concealed, it would be useful to know how this paint performs in low light when suddenly pulled from under a shirt or jacket after having been there a long while.
    For a precise answer "low light" and "long while" are terms that need to be defined.

    What I can tell you with certainty is this:
    (from the thread: Glow-On glow in the dark gun sights, Q&A please post your questions, be nice.)

    How long does the paint glow usually last?
    In laboratory tests, complete decay happens after abut 1200 minutes, of course this is measured by ultra sensitive machines, not eyes.

    Most users will agree that the glow will last into the morning hours. Which is a good thing, right?

    If you don't see the glow, it might be because there's light sources around you brighter than Glow-On so you can't see any glow, but then... you would not need it right? because you can see your sights....

    How long does it take to charge in normal room lighting?

    Define "room lighting", It varies from a room with a Solatube in daylight to a room with a sad 30 watt lamp there over the corner.

    The glow intensity is related with the intensity of the light source. In Daylight it charges in a fraction of a second. In complete darkness it takes 2-3 seconds to get an highly effective glow with the help of a small 6 LED lamp.
    So you can rekindle the glow relatively fast.


    Hope this helps, There's nothing I can write that will come close to a first hand experience.
    With a 100% money back guarantee, if you find otherwise we'll refund your money asap.
    Go with the glow

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    Customize yourself your own gun sights.

    Customize yourself your own gun sights.
    It's easy, it's affordable and it's 100% money back guaranteed!

    Can you use it for "every' occasion?...NO!

    But, if you ever need it, you'll be happy you bought it today.



    Go with the glow

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