Even if we think our options are limited. There are always alternatives.

Even if we think our options are limited. There are always alternatives.

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    Even if we think our options are limited. There are always alternatives.

    Technologically speaking, if the past was an accurate representation of the future, then our options today would be limited to that experience.
    But that is not what really happens,
    The Gemini and Apollo missions, which we celebrate this month, are proof of that, and today we can eat food just like astronauts did: From a sealed bag.


    We humans don't create anything really, we borrow from nature. that is why science is so important.


    simple non--radioactive forms of glow can be used today for our benefit.
    We at Glow-On focus on gun sights, for the time being.


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    Glow-On is certainly not perfect, nothing is.
    But it's more efficient than having nothing but white paint or plain iron sights in the middle of the night.


    Go with the glow

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    And frankly, to be a silhouette on an illuminated window is something I wouldn't want for anyone.
    If there's going to be darkness, then use it to your advantage.


    There are always advantages to be considered, even in a dire situation.
    Keep in mind that even in an empty room there are 5 lethal weapons.




    Go with the glow

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    Inside or outside, either way.
    And we are not trying to re-invent lemonade here.
    This simple technology has been out there for a while now.
    But if you check amazon or eBay it's mostly used for the fun stuff.


    To put things in perspective, gunpowder was used for fun first, that is until someone figure out a way to do things differently.
    Now we have rockets which put people on the moon!


    So never underestimate the power of simple technologies.


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    Go with the glow

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    Lightbulb

    Life is work in progress.
    For some of us, it's like a meteoric race to the moon and the stars.
    For some of us, it's more like Elton John puts it: One day at a time.


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    If you really want to be dangerous here is one segue way: Glow-On


    With marking this big there is no question that Glow-On is the way to go.
    We make a point on applying on bare metal or black metal just to show that there is no need to paint white markings first.








    Think about it for one second and try to imagine bare metal gun sights instead on this picture...









    And of course if you don't like it, just let us know and you'll have your money back, no questions asked...Just please be nice.




    Go with the glow

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