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    Happy weekend everyone.


    Here are a few combinations of Glow-On gun sights paint.
    The first row from left to right:
    Aqua, Blue, Green, Original Yellow, Orange, Red and Hot Pink.





    Go with the glow

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    Of course one could say.."Well, anything will glow over a dark background"...


    No problem let's try over a white piece of paper.
    Here are some Glow-On Colors combinations over the whitest paper money can buy.


    Lights on...



    Lights off...


    Go with the glow

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    If the white dots on your gunsights start to look a bit worn out, like the ones on the next picture and you are considering to add a fresh layer of paint.


    Try Glow-On instead of plain titanium white.


    The glowing dot on top of the vial is for reference.





    You can use the small wooden stick we provide, many users feel more comfortable using a toothpick, it works just as well.
    Afte you are done just wipe it off. No nozzles to clean.





    To activate your sights use a good quality LED lamp.
    Expose your sights for a couple of seconds.



    As you can see we used Glow-On original on our favorite LED lamp as well.


    Go with the glow

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    Here a modified FBI stance using our favorite lamp.
    ...That blue painting over the wall is about to get it!..lol.





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    glow-on.com


    For more info.
    Please share.
    Go with the glow

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    Wednesday, November 9, 2017, 3:16 AM


    Here we have eight examples of gunsights using one color each.
    Glow-On original and 7 more colors: Blue, Red, Green, Hot Pink, Yellow, Aqua, Orange.








    Please share.


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    Go with the glow

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    Thursday, November 9, 2017, 14:30 PM


    Another compilation is next.


    Thuort the post we've used different combinations and now we are compiling them to have a graphics database.\
    We are going to be using our vision, at least those of us who still know how or have some, to use it.
    Because having something doesn't guarantee we can be effective using it, right?
    And the problem is not the eyes, it's our brain, it has been trained to 'see' or to 'not see'...but that is a different discussion for a different day.


    Here is the small graphic compilation:




    TIP:
    Yellow, Orange, Red, Hot Pink are best colors to use if your activity is focused on daylight, like competition.
    Blue, Green, Aqua, Original are best if the focus is 'glow'.


    The importance of color.


    Our brains understand colors better than they understand just titanium white.
    Our Brains are programmed to 'search' for colored things, like fruit and vegetables, food, important things.
    Artificial colors applied to candy reinforce that message.
    but some of you guys knew that already.


    Think about it..The only two foods I can think of that are white are: Popcorn and 'Mana' and none has seen any in thousands of years.
    Unless that is, 'Mana' was popcorn...Lol!






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    Thursday, November 9, 2017. 23:05 PM


    Next compilation.
    Colors, different colors, the possibilities are so many.
    Here we have just a few examples:


    Go with the glow

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    Thumbs up

    Let's do something interesting now.....


    Let's conduct an experiment.


    The premise:
    Paint is usually applied directly to any surface.


    If we apply the paint to a temporary surface, we let the paint dry, we remove it and then we apply it.
    We can control the effect better and we don't have to clean errors or mishaps.


    We are going to create 'glow dots' over a 'glue pad', a synthetic rubber mat.
    And then we are going to apply them to a gun!


    Like so:



    Here are our dots in the process of drying:




    Go with the glow

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    One hour later we have our dots.
    We made dots because that's the easiest thing to do with the time we had.


    We are going to try and create other designs and apply them like stickers to gun sights.



    Go with the glow

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    The dots can be removed easily.
    in fact, any paint applied to this synthetic rubber mat


    'Crafty magic melt glue pad" is the commercial name you can find it at Michael's or any hobby store.
    If you are into photography you can do many things with these3 glowing dots really....


    In fact, we provided paint, aqua paint, to some photographic studio so that they could paint some 'Avatar' 1/3 size figures for some photoshoot.
    We've been around folks.




    Go with the glow

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    11:345 PM.
    Let's go back to guns just so we don't forget what we are doing here.


    Here some oldies but goodies of a 1911-A during the upgrade.




    Go with the glow

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    Time for giving.
    That's right, let's gather up all the empathy we can muster.
    Time for eggnog, nuts, yummy food and camaraderie.


    Those with an unremovable frown, go get some botox!




    Go with the glow

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    Never underestimate the importance of doing things by yourself




    6 Reasons Why You Should Do Things Alone - Melyssa Griffin


    Here are a few reasons why you should do things alone as well:
    1- You can set your own itinerary. ...
    2- You get to move at your own pace. ...
    3- You have time to feed your inner artist. ...
    4- You see things in a new way. ...
    4- You learn to be okay when loneliness strikes. ...
    6- You start liking yourself more.


    in other words, you get a lot of satisfaction in return.


    For example the sad looking beleaguered white dots can use some help...


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    Every chance we get we post a few charts to help us explain:
    What Glow-On is.
    The difference between different Glow-On Colors.
    How it works.


    Why is this important?
    Because it will save you a lot of money!


    The focus is still on 'color' here.





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