I'm not sure if you want to try this on any of your higher priced guns, but I just bought a P-32 today for my backup carry and when i went down to shoot it I found it sort of hard to sight even in the lighting at the range. Being as though i only spent 200 bucks on it I figured it was as good a gun as any to try my hand at doing some mods. First, the obligatory pics. Here's how i did it: First, dismantle the gun (obviously) Next, use a pin hole punch or likewise to mark your dot locations. This provides a guide for the drill (yes, we'll be drilling our slide). See pin hole in sight (maybe, it's pretty small) Go to Wal-Mart and get Krylon hobby paint. Both Glow in the Dark and Fluorescent Yellow (or whatever color you want, it was a toss between yellow and red for me) Side Note Wally World has Blazer Brass in .45 ACP for 10.97 right now. BREAK OUT THE DRILL PRESS! And milling vice if you have one. it helps to align the bit. Use a 1/16 drill bit and drill into the slide VERY LIGHTLY. The object is to create an indention into the metal to hold the paint in... not to drill through the whole thing. Although i did think about drilling through the whole thing and using fiber optic bow and arrow sights for this.... not quite yet though. haha. The front sight is a little harder to align. I tipped mine just a little bit so that i could get the bit in there. All done with the drilling. It's kind of stressful. haha. Now comes the fun part. PAINTING THE HOLES! I tried a number of different combinations on a paper plate first to see which combo i liked the best and I finally decided that i liked 2 seperate coats of paint. First the Yellow and then the Glow in the Dark. It seems to give better results for both day and night. If you just mix the two in a 3:1 ratio (3=Glow) it's okay, but i opted for the 2 coat method because it was quite a bit brighter. I used a tooth pick to drip a little dot of paint into the crater we created with the drill press. Finally, on the slide and drying. I sighted down the slide real quick and I've got to say that it makes a HUGE difference. I might try a 2 tone sight system if this one ever fails (red on the back, yellow on the front). I'll post pics tomorrow when the gun is all put back together!