Again the Glow-On Yellow on the left and Glow-On original on the right, side by side.
This is a discussion on Our Glow-On Colors for gun sights, one by one within the Glow-On forums, part of the Vendors category; Goodness, it was cold last night. Here are a few photos were taken outside under the moonlight and a lamp post. Of course, we are ...
Goodness, it was cold last night.
Here are a few photos were taken outside under the moonlight and a lamp post.
Of course, we are trying to make a point here.
We try and show Glow-On under the most diverse circumstances.
Our focus here is a safety check of your family, your home, your grounds.
As a husband, as a father, we all have to make a choice regarding the safety of our family.
Beyond a quick assessment of any possible threat, which is the focus here.
There are family safety plans which include but are not limited to: A call to 911, fences, motion activated outdoor lamps, cameras, dogs, etc.
The more of these measures you have in place, the better your chances of survival.
Which in fact is our main goal yes? Survival...Why we eat properly, take showers, secure an income, etc.
We look at our children and you we instantly why you put all that effort.
As long as there is the life we all have opportunities, a chance.
Anyways every bit helps, cross the t's and dot all the is.
Images are worth thousands of words.
This is our grain of sand people:
Originally Posted by VJara
Just remove the Glow-On and re-apply.
First, soften it with a piece of paper towel and acetone or such, then just push it with the wooden handle of a brush to dislodge it.
Any plastic tool will work as well, stay away from metallic tools to avoid scratching your firearm.
And now a few nice pictures of a minimalist setup.
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Pink is a hot color for your gun sights.
Let's walk thru the application:
First, clean your gun sights with alcohol.
In this case, we've even removed the white dots paint to show the opacity of our product.
Let's tackle the front sights first.
Dip the wooden applicator and try the product first on a random surface, let it dry and see how it behaves.
We men are famous for not even reading instructions or asking directions, that's why we break things and get lost all the time..There are even movies about it!
Now that we have a sense of what this product does, let's get cracking!
dip and deposit paint until you have built a nice thick bead of paint, Don't be shy at this point.
Let it dry for 30 minutes and either leave like a little bubble or flatten it to make a flat dot.
Your choice people.
Here we have the end result.
Again, 30 minutes into the drying process you can flatten the small beads of paint with the wide side of the wooden applicator to create flat dots if that is what you like.
I like them just like on the photo.
This is how you flatten the paint beads, just posted it awhile back but it's relevant again this minute.
The same procedure applies to any firearm and any color you like can be used with confidence.
You should know that your money is safe if you don't like the product I'll send back your payment, no harm done.
just be civil, please.
Remember the Glow-On Yellow?
Here a few indoors pictures:
A firearm with Yellow Glow-On against a simple piece of paper with several color combinations.
Here are the color combinations:
From top to bottom and left to right.
Blue-Orange-Blue, Blue-Yellow-Blue, Green-Red-Green
Pink-Yellow-Pink, blue-Pink-Blue, Orange-Yellow-Orange
pink-Orange-Pink, Blue-Green-Blue, Orange-Blue-Orange
Here we have Yellow in the wild against the moonlight:
The next one, Yellow indoors.
This is my personal carry.
This is what it looked like when I first unboxed it:
I just filled in the voids with Glow-On Original
Every time you work on your firearm remember to follow the rules of gun safety.
Perform a safety check AKA secure, your firearm.
Drop the magazine extract clips and such with all the ammo, open the action, open bolts and such and make sure there is not a round of ammunition inside the barrel.
Make no mistake, a firearm is a tool yes, a tool designed to kill, and it does it efficiently.
If you have a chance to shoot a plastic gallon full of water you get a pretty idea of what it does.
The result is definitely not just a hole.