Restore those worn out gun sights

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    Restore those worn out gun sights

    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


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    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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    We give away one bracelet this month.
    A stainless steel 3 ounces Second Amendment Vintage Style Bracelet.


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    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"

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    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:


    Glow-on.com




    our eBay store




    For amazon store


    https://www.google.com/search?q=http...m=122&ie=UTF-8


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    The smallest vial is good for this many guns..... Times three!







    Keep in mind, in the world of glow, "Bigger is Better"


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    Quote Originally Posted by DrainA
    Ultra-fast shipping!! This is by FAR the best glow in the dark product I have EVER used! High illumination after only a brief exposureto light, and long-lasting! I've researched a variety of products and this one was a common referral. After using it, I can honestly sayit is far superior to any other I have ever used!! Thank you! -Darin (Arizona)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaNY
    Arrived really fast - and it may be a small bottle, but literally filled to the rim! Used on a couple projects all ready, and very happy with the results. A little goes a long way, with plenty left for touch ups if necessary. -Linda (New York)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy75
    Awesome. Got night sights on all my guns now. Lol cheaper than buying the real night sights. Once on my gun sights I let it dry for a day or so and added clear nail polish. Now it's sealed. Using a flashlight to charge will get it glowing for about 20-30 minutes. Really bright for the first 5-10 minutes. I recommend to everyone. I have a bunch left over. Did my families guns too. Happy customer!

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