Tritium. Not just good for dials...

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    Tritium. Not just good for dials...

    It's good for a ton of things. How I was introduced? My night sights on my HK USP. Just a couple of pictures of both my new T-SAR (finally came in) and my Trijicon night sights.

    Sorry for the crappy photos. Digital camera isn't the best for dark and close photos.

    Last edited by JBolt; May 28th, 2007 at 22:55.

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    Re: Tritium. Not just good for dials...

    Dear JBolt,

    welcome to the forums. Please keep in mind to read our Rules & Guidelines and contact the moderators if you are not certain about any image that contains weapons. We've reviewed your recent post and consider the first picture borderline, but will leave it untouched because of the informative nature of your post.

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    Re: Tritium. Not just good for dials...

    Watchuseek forums,

    I apologize for the content of the thread, and disregard for the rules. I did read the guidelines and rules, and at the time of posting this thread, was not thinking of the material that these pictures contained. Please be assured that there was no other intent of this post other than an informational comparative. If at all found necessary at anytime to remove this thread, I will understand.



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