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Yes it's simple,
yes it's inexpensive,
yes it's being imitated without success,
yes is very low tech solution.

But it works

Nothing else can do this for you gun sights:
In daylight, move the gun towards the shadow...it glows!
Tritium wont do this for you.....
Because nothing can make tritium glow more intensely.

Glow-on, however "eats' light...glow-on loves daylight and while you might not notice the glow for obvious reasons it's there.
you just move into a shady area and glow-On equalizes your view automatically.:congrats:



 

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So, how do you accomplish this?
Very simple..First you buy a small vial of Glow-on.
Then you read the instruction sheet ( very important)

Here a few pictures showing the process on a set of old gun sights:
If your sights have white dots, don't remove them, just make sure to clean the surface with alcohol and a paper towel.
(not thinner, or oil, or nail remover, nor with a dirty rag!)
 

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What should I expect to find in your web store?

here is a simplified chart.
I am trying to be as accurate with the colors here as I can.

And, no we don't have firetruck red...Get Testors model paint if you need that.
The world is full of color, not everything has the colors of a Crayola watercolor set ....C'mon!

 

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If....
If you don't want to touch up your gun sights, please consider this...
There are many other uses for Glow-On Super Phosphorescent.
which BTW cannot be accomplished with regular glow paint which are mostly a transparent gel......

Here is a good example:

this is today, my favorite LED lamp.
Affordable, reliable, powerful.

But, one of these lamps is not like the others, one of these lamps is not the same...lol



 
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