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    What we offer is:
    Custom low in the dark gunsights.
    You do it yourself, you save tons of money.


    Thre sizes, 8 colors, 100% support, 100% money back guarantee.


    Three sizes:
    2.3ml,
    4.6 ml,
    9.2 ml.




    Go with the glow

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatopardo View Post
    So we remove the red dots by pushing them off with the wooden stick..who knew the stick would be so useful..Right?
    Then we proceed to apply the blue Glow-On:


    We dip the applicator (wooden stick again) and load some paint we use some support for stability, one's hand a container etc.
    and place a generous bold bead of paint like so:


    A brush will absorb the product and clog the bristles.
    Please don't think of syringes and droppers that clog, I tried the stuff and it's a nightmare: It only works the first time.....


    'STICK with the basics' gets a new meaning here guys.






    We cheated a bit and used a blow drier to make thing happen faster.


    I put Glow On on my bedroom gun-a Glock 40. I thought that this might be the gun I would need to use in the night. Put it on the front and rear sights. The rear showed up originally but not now. The front sight has never shown up. I used the applicator sent with the paint. Am I doing something wrong?



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    Quote Originally Posted by dprewitt133 View Post
    I put Glow On on my bedroom gun-a Glock 40. I thought that this might be the gun I would need to use in the night. Put it on the front and rear sights. The rear showed up originally but not now. The front sight has never shown up. I used the applicator sent with the paint. Am I doing something wrong?





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    Charge with a lamp for it to glow.
    ...
    Go with the glow

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatopardo View Post
    Charge with a lamp for it to glow.
    ...




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    Quote Originally Posted by dprewitt133 View Post
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    Explain what you mean “charge with a lamp.”


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    From how to see in the dark" post:
    Three important points




    The center of vision is relatively blind in a dark environment, there is a dark spot right there in low light conditions.
    Gunsights or any other object placed in this area will disappear from our vision while in the dark.


    Solution:
    Look slightly to one side left or right and the object or gun sights will reappear.
    Center of vision is partially blind.
    Peripheral vision is what we use to perceive objects in the dark.









    We can't see much in the dark, glowing objects disappear.
    Human vision works differently in a dark environment.
    human vision uses mainly our peripheral vision to 'see'.
    Peripheral vision is enhanced to see contrast or shapes more than color.
    Direct Vision is calibrated to distinguish colors.


    The iris is a muscle, it takes time for the iris to open adequately so we can see n the dark.
    the same way we have to do some squats before we can flex our legs adequately.







    Glow-on absorbs energy from the light and releases it in the form of 'afterglow' for a long period of time.
    Just like filling a glass of water under the faucet and then sipping from it little by little until it's empty.
    This is called a cycle, the cycle can be repeated millions of times during the half-life of the product which is 15 years.


    Glow-On initial afterglow is much brighter than tritium, then it falls under that level, but still way above the threshold of visibility.
    in other words, given the right conditions, as in you know how to use it, it will be visible for hours.





    This information includes most information available, graphs will be updated from time to time.
    Go with the glow

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    Explain “charge with a lamp”


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    Also explain “will be visible for hours”. I thought it was permanent. I can’t take time in the middle of the night to apply Glow-On


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    A great picture sent to us via facebook!


    Go with the glow

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    A quick reminder:


    This is a regular white dots setup in the dark




    Check the difference after Glow-On:




    Go with the glow

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    I'm assuming there are only adults here so we are going to keep this conversation at that level.

    At a social level, we have Forum rules and protocols. Please keep it civil, thanks...
    Go with the glow

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    Since we are talking 'colors', here an old picture of some lures with different Glow-On colors.


    for more info please visit:
    Purchase - Glow-On








    Go with the glow

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    Orange on orange.


    Did you guys know that fish can see UV wavelengths?
    In other words, glow stuff...Glow-On



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    Information is power.
    Something we didn't know yesterday can help us in the future.


    Every possible alternative...


    Here a few alternatives to a piece of white paper.









    A firearm with 'white dots' here in front of the same piece of paper, the dots as invisible.




    Please share.
    Go with the glow

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    This is what happens after we took the piece of paper with glowing dots:


    Tha same gun disappears.





    Let's place some glow dots again, just for laughs, yes?
    This time we placed the glow dots on a dark piece of cardboard, just to show how well the product covers dark surfaces.





    Mind you, these are pin size glow dots.
    Let us open a window to let the sunshine in.



    Go with the glow

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