For the gun and fishing enthusiast.
Here's a cool example of this application:
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Oh - I was hoping for pictures of a shotgun with a fishing reel mounted on it.
anyone ever put a dot of this kind of stuff on your standard pistol sights?? i'm guessing unless it's perfect you'll screw up accuracy.
It's December 1941 in Casablanca, what time is it in New York?
Yes, and no it didn't screw it up, but I'm very thorough at doing things like this.
Well I was skeptical but finally bought the lil bottle of original.
My goal was to improve the visibility of the font sight against a black target.
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First a light coat followed 24 hrs later with a thicker coat and this stuff works.
Well, I haven't field tested it yet but should soon.
Last edited by gatopardo; May 5th, 2014 at 10:48 PM.
To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first and call whatever you hit the target.
Going back to guys who like fishing and guns,( not necessarily together )
We started with this:
We always use the wooden stick provided with the Glow-On.
We basically plastered the product over the surface as thick as we could.
Try to make the design look like an organic thing.
Here is the final product.
The idea is basically, that while this thing bobs from side to side and up and down every once in a while the fish eyes will catch the patern when the lure shows the shaded side.
Keep in mind lots of fish have a strong sense of smell and poor vision like catfish. others will grab anything. Carp and such will only bite what they remember tastes good.
In any case we are not experts at the fishing thing just aficionados, ja, ja, ja. Still this works for us.