On Windows I held Ctrl and hit + three or four times to make the text bigger. That makes it easier. Ctrl -/smaller, Ctrl 0/return to normal. Wish there was a button to fix the atrocious spelling.Needs "white space", I'm not even going to try and read it.
There was a time when I could lay a newspaper on my face and read it. Those days are gone.
Or just shoot it a lot.That nice shiney new looking wood is out of character with the worn & neglected look on the rest of the gun. Make the wood match by soaking in in xylene or toluene, then boiling it in water for a few hours to remove any oil or finish. When dry it will have a weathered look more befitting the rest of the gun.
Really like the looks of that sight installation! Creative!!Here is my old Santa Barbara 1858. Just finished it yesterday. Was a full size 8 inch. The grips were well used from 40 years of handling so I just oiled and hand burnished bees wax on them. Vinegar and used BP cleaning patches provided the gray aging over a 3 day period. Front sight is from an older ML rifle build. Just a project gun thats fun to shoot again. Came out exactly as Id wished. Now, natural aging will enhance it.