I have used the Bright Sights stuff and it works fine. Unless you have a coupon though or you have your C&R on file with them or Midway, it is way over priced in my opinion. You can get the same results with regular model paint, unless you simply MUST have the glow in the dark. Actually, I think there is glow in the dark model paint now that I think about it....bpd371 said:I was wondering if anyone had experience with "brite sights" sight paint or testors brand fluorescent paints? Which is better/more visible on the weapon? thanks for the help.
+1 I have the same set-up (green back and orange front). Testors model paint. Works great and lasts a long time. I've got almost 600 rounds through my P3AT since applying the paint and it is as bright as ever and holds up just fine during cleaning.Warty said:I tried other color schemes and found the green in back and orange in front to be best for my shooting habits, YMMV.