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What happens if your gun sights run out of battery? Glow-On custom gun sights.

This is a discussion on What happens if your gun sights run out of battery? Glow-On custom gun sights. within the Glow-On forums, part of the Vendors category; Originally Posted by Shaniac I purchase your original 2.3 ml bottle of Glow-On and re-did the sights on my XDM-40. I just did the work ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaniac
    I purchase your original 2.3 ml bottle of Glow-On and re-did the sights on my XDM-40. I just did the work this weekend but so far I'm very pleased with your product and decided to post a review. I have posted images below of my XDM, right after I hit it with a led flashlight in daylight, low light and complete darkness.
    After about an hour the glow starts to wear off but can quickly be recharged with a hit from a flashlight and it's very bright. This is obviously a great solution for those who don't want to break the bank over tritium sights or don't have the necessary tools to replace your sights because most Springfield Armory owners that have tried to remove the sight bases know how much of a PITA it is to accomplish this. I would highly suggest giving this stuff a try, I'm impressed thus far.







    Thanks for the support.
    We focus on home defense.
    When you are home and waiting for the assistance of law enforcement.
    You and your family are subjected to a degree of vulnerability.
    Using the cover of darkness inside your home, and bright, motion triggered lamps covering the perimeter outside are a great first line of defense.


    If your plan includes a firearm, then your family have to be part of this plan.
    Because of the introduction of lethal force, you have to make sure everyone is in a safe place.


    If, at any point, you decide to discharge your firearm.
    You want to make sure the shot falls exactly where you want.
    All these are a serious consideration, can't be taken lightly.


    If your goal is to manipulate a situation to create desired outcomes, then desired outcomes have to be defined first.
    Implementation is the word that comes to mind, and Glow-On is a nice potential addition.


    Go with the glow

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    Quote Originally Posted by hogdaddy View Post
    What happens if your gun sights run out of battery?
    Then You point shoot & fall back on your training JMO ; ) PS I know you are promoting your product Just saying ; )
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    thanks for the comment.
    That is exactly the point I make every time someone comes up with an imaginary "OK Corral" scenario to prove that "this or that is not going to work"...
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    That shootout was done and over in ...30 seconds.
    About 30 shots were fired in 30 seconds.
    5 outlaws and 4 lawmen.
    Some members of the two opposing parties were initially only about 6 feet (1.8 m) apart.
    The opposing sides were professional lawmen and seasoned gunslingers.
    In the long run, it was bad for everyone involved. those 30 seconds and 30 bullets were just the beginning of a nightmare.
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    "You point shoot & fall back on your training" Didn't exactly worked for all the involved in this case, all experts and proficient at firearms...
    It's a nice thought. Nothing wrong with it. If the story ends there.
    There are no guarantees is all I am trying to say.


    it sounds like "They lived happily ever after"...Except if you are married you know is not like that. Lol!


    Nothing is written on stone, but this I hold it to be true:
    To stay alive for your family and your children, that is a priority.





    Nothing is written on stone, but this I hold it to be true:
    To stay alive for your family and your children, that is a priority.

    Our focus is on home safety.
    Alarms, storm doors, dogs, motion activated lamps, cameras, good locks on your doors, good policies, knowledge of first responders response time in your area.

    Glow-On is just a small addition.
    If you believe that adding glow capabilities to your white dots or plain iron gunsights is to you benefit or will give you an advantage.
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    This is the plan guys:



    Go with the glow

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    From a kind Glow-On user we received this:
    Remarkable photo.


    Go with the glow

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    A simple tutorial.
    The application is a do-it-yourself procedure.
    The Product absorbs energy from light and heat and releases it in the form of glow for a long period of time.
    This cycle can be reproduced millions of times for the life of the product which is 15 years.



    Go with the glow

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    A few designs.


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    One more great job by a Glow-On user.
    Thanks for your support.


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    A plus is that the application is so simple you can basically do the same procedure to several guns at the same time.


    Just pace your firearms like ducks in a row and paint away.


    Go with the glow

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    Thumbs up

    Here are a few spots of paint, just paint.
    We let them dry into solid shapes.









    A few handguns with Glow-On.





    Go with the glow

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    Go with the glow

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