A small clamp comes handy to hold the firearm for this application.
IMPORTANT: Perform a safety check and make sure the weapon is not loaded
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This is our goal.
With just a few dollars and hardly any work, you can turn those old gun sights into working condition, with Glow-On Super Phosphorescent gun sights paint.
Get started with a small vial. Good for more than two dozen gun sights.
The instructions are included twice, an instruction sheet and printed on the back of the label.
Just apply Glow-On with the small wooden stick to apply the product.
It dries in a couple of hours, but it will continue to cure for a few days so don't try to scratch it to test it.
By the way, glow-On is made in the USA
I must state that I'm biased towards tritium sights, but I'll also give credit where it is due;
Last night I was bored, and going through the safe and pulled out a gun that I had dotted the front site with Glo-on several years ago. Just for giggles, I charged it up under a light for a 10 seconds and it was still glowed bright. This stuff does last.
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I've been using Glo-On for quite some time now. Really lasts a long time too.
Very pleased with the product. Have it on almost my entire batch now. Did my daughters
little collection as well. Thanks again Gato for a great product!
There are many other uses for it as well. Light switches, etc. Be creative.
"Don't shout for help at night, you may wake your neighbors"
This is what we have available:I can see why your product can help me...where can I purchase a small vial?
Thanks for the inquiry.
you can find Glow-On Super Phosphorescent here:
our eBay store
For amazon store