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We must be doing something right...
Here is the original video tutorial for this type of sight.
The time stamp is Dec 2, 2014.

Of course there are more ways to get the same result

 

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We try and do the best we can to produce the best quality glow paint made in the US.
We've been doing this for awhile now, so we improve over our previous standard, always.
We figured, for such a small thing like a set of gun sights, one wants to cram as much glow as one can in that single spot.

Affordable, simple to apply.
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The best things come in small packages, when I wear my best cologne two drops suffice.




 

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Dmajortalk69 said:
Went to your website I couldn't find the purple color. Am I missing something?,Thanks
Hello thanks for the message.
this is an ld photo.
We don't manufacture the purple anymore, instead we manufacture "Hot Pink".
Purple looks great under a UV light, but it doesn't have a bright glow.

Hot Pink, on the other hand, presents a bright hue in daylight and the glow is OK.

 

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From another forum:

thunt said:
It's complete garbage. Who's going to expose a firearm to enough light to charge it enough to be an effective low light weapon. I bought it. It's junk.
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First, thanks for the post.

Second: What can I say?
" One man's garbage is another man's treasure..."

Third: As to the question:
"Who's going to expose a firearm to enough light to charge it enough to be an effective low light weapon"
The easiest answer is: Definitely not you, right?

I wouldn't presume to know everything, there is a lot I don't know....
In fact, there are lots of things which I don't understand.
But I wouldn't call them "garbage'....if even for pretense sake.

Quoting Mr Donald Rumsfeld:

"As we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know.
We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know.
But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know. "


Lastly: Some photos of what Glow-On does for a firearm....
Definitely a step in the right direction.

Standard gunsights


A drearily dull view really...


Things start to look better...Looks lika a letter 'i'





This one looks like a letter 'K' on Morse Code

 
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