Some other reasons for using these .44 magnum glow in the dark bullets, not shown by the manufacture:
Light yourself up like a Christmas tree so that your assailant can get a better shot at you.
Have an “on the edge” intruder that might surrender thinking you had a gun, but when he sees your glow in the dark bullets, which he will never have heard of in his life, he will think they are toys and blow you away while you are fiddling around trying to decide what to do next.
Make dumb juries and smart DAs think you are using some sort of special poisonous bullet or radio-active bullet (of course, that could be disproved if the manufacturer of these silly things is still in business) or the DA has bothered to submit them for that kind of analysis to the crime lab (or the crime lab has bothered to test for that).
Gawd almighty, what next? The sad thing is that if they made them in auto pistol calibers, I would probably be stupid enough to add them to my collection - Lew wants me to buy crystal bullets as it as. And yes, I have some wierd souvenir cartridges, one of which has some sort of curved stone, tooth, bone or something in place of a bullet. Came from South Africa, and I have no idea what the “bullet” is made of. A key chain dummy it is. But then, who ever said I had all my marbles in a row?