02-16-2013, 12:50 AM
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Join Date: Jun 2010
Glow-On glow time: Important, please read.
How to make the most of this product
1- Make the markings big and thick enough.
2- Before you go to bed charge the paint with light for a few seconds, an LED lamp will work great. (a few seconds, not minutes)
3- If you wake up in the middle of the night, don't turn the lights on (your eyesight will be adapted to dark then). Pick you firearm and you'll see the glowing sights.
4.-Don't look directly at them, during night vision there's a dark spot in the focal center of vision so move the center of vision a bit off center, you should be able to see clearly enough to align a shot then.
5.-If you need to go to scan the premises, always remember to grab a tactical lamp, load your sights with it, (again a couple of seconds each) and now you can proceed.
For this part, training is necessary, to learn how to handle a firearm and a tactical lamp together for a safety check up, please go to your local gun range for more info.
Do all Glow-On products have the same glow intensity?
Glow-On original, at the center, has the more intense initialt glow available. It sits exactly at the center of the visible spectrum and is made of the highest quality materials available.
So Glow-On original is a 10/10, the first number is its location on the spectrum and the second number the quality of the material.
Yellow and green, to the left and right are 9/10.
Orange Sherbet is 8/10, Bubble Gum Red is 7/10.
On the blue side of the spectrum, Aqua is a 9/10 and Blue is a 7/10
You get the idea.
Do all colors glow for just as long?
Yes, their numeric qualification refers to the initial glow intensity, not the decay of their glow .
In our tests, All colors, including the Original Glow-On floor at the same level and their glow becomes white
, since night vision doesn't detect color, we cannot tell the difference.
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Last edited by Gatopardo; 04-05-2013 at 02:10 AM.