Can't see mod. 60 front sight. What do you paint yours with?
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    Simple nail Polish. ez to touch up , can be removed if you want to change
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    I used a set of CT Laser grips on my model 60!
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    I raided the Mrs nail polish stash and came across a cream pink to brush on a 686P Pro Series partridge front sight, makes me warm and fuzzy inside when at the range.
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    I use white appliance touch up paint.
    I've used florescent colors in the past, but I found that white works just as good in bright light, and better at twilight.

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    Avon, Pumpkin Orange.

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    Needs to be touched up, but the day glo orange works for me. Nail polish, and,as said before, acetone first, then the color of your choice. I may have to try the white! Sorry about the trash in the floorboard. I don’t throw stuff out. Hank

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    Birchwood Casey makes different color paint pens. It goes on easy. Clean up the sight first. Inexpensive and seems to last. Easy touch-up if it doesn't.
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