Sure, it's but one of many alternatives.
but, if you have more than one piece, older guns or firearms with just good old iron sights, this is an alternative you should not overlook:
Glow-On doesn't change anything about your firearm, the same hardware..it just add one more trick to you bag of tricks.
Just apply generously, use the wooden stick, forget about brushes here: Small beads form dots, drag and load to form lines, big blobs can be flattened applying pressure with the applicator, then cut like on this example.
The reason is, about 30 minutes into the drying process, the paint turns into putty as it begins to congeal.
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