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How the gun sights on my concealed carry evolved with Glow-On

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    We are not going to put Glow-On head to head against something for which you pay ten times more...it doesn't make any sense.
    Of course, there are more sophisticated things in life.
    Glow-On
    So we compare Glow-On with standard white dots gun sights.
    BTW, most things are designed to be used in the presence of light, or we put some light on them.
    But things go bump in the night, that's for sure.


    Many simple things solve problems for us humans all the time. How many things can you do with a toothpick?
    Glow-On is one of those things.
    My Swiss army knife is not a bowie knife, buy it gets things done.
    So if you consider using liquid Glow-On to upgrade your gun sights keep that in mind.


    Besides, if you apply it to your gun sights, even if you replace them, they are already better than before, chances are you will use them again anyway.


    The next slideshow makes this point.



    This is what standard white dots can do for me in the dark:










    After the upgrade to Glow-On:





    Go with the glow

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    One more custom job.
    If things don't look right, his guy can scan his property in the middle of the night, no problem.


    Go with the glow

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    For fixed gun sights.
    Can't be removed, substituted, but they can be changed with Glow-On liquid.


    Go with the glow

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    Rear and front ramp on a .38 Caliber revolver.
    Glow-On liquid can be used on any type of gun sight and along with red dots or tritium as a backup.





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    This is my wife's gun.
    She holds the Alamo, metaphorically speaking.
    It would be unwise to threaten the safety of that lovely lady and her children.




    Go with the glow

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    Since we are talking shotguns, here is another one with a pistol handle:


    Go with the glow

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    Thumbs up

    One more shotgun with Glow-n.
    This is a semi-automatic type.





    We are using Glow-On film.
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    We measure the bit of film and we use an X-Acto knife to carve it.
    We removed the self-adhesive backing and used a small bead of permanent adhesive.





    Here is the end result.





    Go with the glow

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