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Old January 3, 2013, 04:43 PM   #2
Old Grump
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Buy a set of Testor paints a try a few colors, a drop on a toothpick on the front sight will do you. I ended up with fluorescent pink rose on most of my sights because they show up best against the back ground I shoot against both summer and winter and it made a huge difference. Your eyes or your shooting background may prefer another color that's why you want the box of 8 colors.

I use them on my fishing lures too so the paint won't go to waste.
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