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Not sure if this is the right subforum, but..

I was reading some threads about night sights glowing through a shirt, which got me thinking (bad idea, that thinking) about when I carry with night sights in a smartcarry. Not that they would glow through, but about the radiation in what should probably be a radiation free zone. Now I want a sweat-proof, and leaded backing.:wink:
 

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If anyone notices the 'glow', tell them it's the peppermint Viagra Pro...as far as harming the 'boys'...not enough radiation to matter.
You wear a glow in the dark watch? You keep your hands in your pockets? No difference...IMHO
 

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Don't think you'll have any issues here. Radiation? Cell phones? C'mon now......
 

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You are kidding right? :confused:
 

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If anyone notices the 'glow', tell them it's the peppermint Viagra Pro
lol, or "The last Barium GI must have just hit my colostomy bag."
 

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Been wearing my Smartcarry for over two years, with night sights the whole time. Had no problem fathering a beautiful baby girl last year, so I'm thinking it's no issue.:smile:
 

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Although the Smart Carry is intended to carry your firearm in front, and below the belt so to speak, on those occasions when I use my Smart Carry, I always do so at 3 o'clock, with the grip sticking up barely above the belt. Easy to draw, and easy to conceal even the largest firearms.
 

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I was in fact, kidding.

Radiation? Cell phones?
Maybe there's a market for lead underwear though.
 

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Been wearing my Smartcarry for over two years, with night sights the whole time. Had no problem fathering a beautiful baby girl last year, so I'm thinking it's no issue.:smile:
But does she have that special "twinkle" in her eyes? :rofl:

I have to agree with the cell phone comment. I dont see any chance of this causing a problem.
 

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Been wearing my Smartcarry for over two years, with night sights the whole time. Had no problem fathering a beautiful baby girl last year, so I'm thinking it's no issue.:smile:
Are you sure that is yours? Only the women know for sure. J/K :danceban: :rofl:
 
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