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Are those similar to the tritium type?
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Are those similar to the tritium type?
they ARE the tritium type, Trijicon in a sense are the ones that got the tritium popularity to where it is now. I'm not sure of the complete history, but I know that trijicon has been making tritium sights for over at least a couple decades.
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I have the tritium on my Beretta 92fs. I didn't know that the Trijicon were the same, I didn't even know what they were when I bought the gun. Had to get a demo. I was originally going to get a plain 92 and ended up with stainless and night sights. Extra $200. But worth it.
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I have the tritium on my Beretta 92fs. I didn't know that the Trijicon were the same, I didn't even know what they were when I bought the gun. Had to get a demo. I was originally going to get a plain 92 and ended up with stainless and night sights. Extra $200. But worth it.
totally worth it. i paid 150, with express shipping for https://www.trijicon.com/na_en/produ...3.php?pid=GL11 these.
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Do they use real tritium? If so I find that funny. People get all upset when it gets into the water in Vermont, but they want it in their gun sights?
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Do they use real tritium? If so I find that funny. People get all upset when it gets into the water in Vermont, but they want it in their gun sights?
yep, real tritium, 12 years of guaranteed illumination. I've owned tritium stuff before, it always comes with a disclaimer on it stating that it's radioactive and not to be messed around with, and if a vial breaks contact the nearest HAZMAT disposal. I don't think it's particularly harmful being a a weapon sight. I definitely don't want it in my drinking water though.
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Cool. Yea it has a relatively short half-life, so it tends to be pretty dangerous, but only if you get it inside you (breathe or drink, etc.). That's why it's a mess in the water supply. They have that disclaimer to save their own butts, but unless it falls into your mouth or into a drain, it can chill out on the ground.
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In all likelihood the casing (probably glass or some kind of plastic) is lined with a phosphorescent material that reacts to the tritium's radiation. I'm not going to go into any details, but licking the sight isn't a bad idea. You'll sure look stupid.
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Beta particles from tritium can penetrate only about 6.0 mm of air, and they are incapable of passing through the dead outermost layer of human skin.[2] The unusually low energy released in the tritium beta decay makes the decay (along with that of rhenium-187) an appropriate laboratory for absolute neutrino mass measurements (the most recent experiment being KATRIN).

Tritium is potentially dangerous if inhaled or ingested. It can combine with oxygen to form tritiated water molecules, and those can be absorbed through pores in the skin.

The low energy of tritium's radiation makes it difficult to detect tritium-labeled compounds except by using liquid scintillation counting.

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I learned a great deal about radiation from working in the nuclear industry (especially working inside plants) so I can tell you, a vast majority of radiation is alpha and beta, which are not a big deal except in extraordinarily large doses, since it is stopped by skin, and clothes. If it gets inside you, though, it can wreck havoc. Tritium, being mostly beta, is largely harmless outside your body, but it can bond with oxygen and hide in water, which can be absorbed through your skin.

The other two main types are gamma and neutron. Both are pretty bad, though dose (much like medicine<->poison) makes the difference. Neutron radiation can only be stopped by dense material, so lead vests, etc. Same with gamma, but it dissipates much easier.
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well i learned something new today. and FWIW trijicon says they use sapphire crystal lenses.
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My bro worked at Val for GE. I could talk about the nuclear industry for hours. The American industry is pretty freaking awesome, just tainted by the rest of the world and a near miss in the 70s (TMI). We're on the cusp of building new reactors and people are going to marvel at all of the cheap electricity again.
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My bro worked at Val for GE. I could talk about the nuclear industry for hours. The American industry is pretty freaking awesome, just tainted by the rest of the world and a near miss in the 70s (TMI). We're on the cusp of building new reactors and people are going to marvel at all of the cheap electricity again.
You would like talking with him. Knowledge for days. And yes, we could have as much cheap, safe power as we wanted. All that ever gets talked about is decades old dirty technology, I think if people better understood fast reactors there wouldn't be nearly as much resistance to the idea by the paranoid crowd.

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Unfortunately, you can't educate 80% of the (voting) public about it because they shut down once you say nuclear, radiation, etc. Once you understand it, nearly everyone I speak to about it changes their mind.
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i'm all for Nuclear power. i did a report on it in HS. I don't know as much as someone near the industry but i know enough to not be scared of it. hell... seabrook nuclear power plant is ~100 miles from my house. last i heard they're trying to get it operational again. it's been like 2 decades since it's "incident"
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Yea that one will take time. The parts just aren't made in the US anymore. My company (AREVA) was trying to fix that, but it's a huge investment to build manufacturing support for an industry that may or may not be shut down in the next 20 years. Countries like Germany and Japan aren't helping by closing their stuff down.
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Fun fact, coal power plants actually release more radioactive material than a comparable nuclear plant. I wish hippies weren't so stupid.
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Fun question, plug-in electric hybrids in the Midwest are mostlikely sources from what type of electric plant?

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D) nuclear
E) corn whiskey

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It's true. If it wasn't so bad for everyone, coal power would be hilarious. There's tons of crap in it that we just can't remove, and power plants put it all into the air. The US coal industry has put more radioactive material into the environment than US nuclear plants in general. Yet, no one is afraid of coal radiation...


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It's true. If it wasn't so bad for everyone, coal power would be hilarious. There's tons of crap in it that we just can't remove, and power plants put it all into the air. The US coal industry has put more radioactive material into the environment than US nuclear plants in general. Yet, no one is afraid of coal radiation...


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Back to guns! Should I just waltz into a gun shop and start asking questions or is there a better way to approach this. (Handgun newbie)
Target Masters in Milpitas is great and you can rent guns for pretty cheap to see what you like. You do have to bring a buddy to rent a gun though.

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^ This. Yes, I did. When you rent a gun (a must do when trying to decide) ask if your rental fee lets you switch guns. The local shops here let you switch between guns without charging you again. So if you bought 50 rounds of 9mm ammunition, you could fire one 10 round clip through five 9mm pistols and it would cost the same as five 10 round clips through one.
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