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

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

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

    What happens if your gun sights run out of battery? Use Glow-On as a secondary strategy
    Red dot batteries last for a long time and then one day, they are dead.
    Glow-On doesn't require maintenance.
    it will last for a long time, 15 years.
    The glow cycle can be repeated millions of time without the detriment of its glow capabilities.

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    I'll cut to the chase and show what Glow-On users do...





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    The application is very simple

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    Glow-On will not make you a better dancer or a better cook... it makes your gun sights better.




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    Glow-On has the right consistency:
    You can transfer almost perfectly shaped beads of paint.
    They look like tiny domes, which is what you want on your gun sights.










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    Go with the glow

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    We removed the white dots to show how Glow-On covers dark surfaces.
    But you don't have to remove them.
    Just paint them over.




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    Here is the Aqua color we are about to apply the now invisible rear sights:
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    We like to keep this process as simple as possible.
    no needles, syringes or fancy stuff.


    We just pick a nice bead of Glow-On, just like on these pictures.
    then we touch the surface to make it glow.
    the paint transfers easily.
    We build on it by repeating the process.
    Pick some paint and touch, pick some paint and touch, repeat until you fill the voids, or build a nice small circle.





    Halfway there...We need more paint.







    This is what I am talking about;





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    The finished handgun custom job.


    TIP:
    if the application begins to look overworked, not nice looking...Just wipe it off with a moist towel and do it again.




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    This is how it's done:


    Clean the surface with alcohol first.


    Stir the paint a in load a nice bead of paint.
    Transfer until you build a generous half dome.
    Let it dry.
    The Glow-On dries to the touch quickly.










    30-45 minutes into the drying process it acquires the consistency of putty.
    you can flatten it at this point with the same applicator.
    Adhesion takes a couple of days to set in, don't scratch it.







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    This is the basics:
    Glow-On absorbs energy from light and heat and it releases it slowly in the form of glow.
    Just like filing a cup of water under a faucet and drinking it one drop at a time. The initial glow is very intense for a few minutes even in the presence of light, then it softens to a point where it can only be perceived in the dark. Fortunately, the human eye adapts to the dark so the glow can be perceived for hours.
    The half-life of the product is 15 years.
    It doesn't need to be reapplied unless you want to change color, in that case, we have 8 colors: Original, Yellow, Orange, Red, Pink, Green, Blue, Aqua.
    the brightest glow is Glow-on Original


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe4d, post: 7643551, member: 156961
    yeh, they look great if you shine a light on them and then turn off the lights,, show some pics from 5 hours in the dark..
    Quote Originally Posted by Joe4d, post: 7643551, member: 156961
    Personally my sights dont have batteries,, but of white dot , and a flashlight.
    Plus I can buy glow in dark paint for about a buck at a hobby shop



    It sounds like you have a plan, stay safe.


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    Far from me to try and dissuade a man from the plans he already has.


    I am not in the business of changing minds and hearts.
    My business is to sell concentrated glow paint


    The Extreme Glow Paint for Professionals!
    Glow-On is a super bright, concentrated, glow in the dark paint, with a nice and silky texture.
    With twice the amount of glow particles and half the binder than other competitive products.
    Glow-On is opaque, it contains its own primer, it covers dark surfaces efficiently.
    Available in paint and film forms.


    Main uses:
    Gun sights, Fishing lures, Small Electronics, Arts & Crafts, Scale Modeling, Photography, Camping Equipment, etc.


    Here is Glow-On Pink and Original.




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    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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