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tropicgirl 09-17-2004 09:59 AM

Can anyone tell me where to get a new spray gun? Mine is broken and I looked on the website where I bought mine and a replacement is $100!! Is that about right, or can they be purchased cheaper??

engfant 09-17-2004 10:24 AM

That's actually cheap. Most air brush guns are over $100. Would think the guns are more.

SooSamm 09-17-2004 10:52 AM

Do you mean the small silver face guns...i can't find them cheaper then 99.00 from almost any dist...but the body guns are 49.95 at any Lowes...I have 2 of them and they are freat...wotk just like and look like the expensive ones...Good luck...

tropicgirl 09-17-2004 11:12 AM

Yah, the small silver face guns. I was curious as if the body guns at the hardware stores are the same as the expensive ones you have to order from distributors!

SUN 10-07-2004 04:19 PM

I know a good bit about the guns---tell me what is the name and model of your gun--and I will help!!

SooSamm 10-07-2004 06:32 PM

the little one i bought from my dist for 99.00 and the body guns were 49.95 and i bought 2 of them...one for the primer set up and one for the solution...love them...also came with the hoses and all the connectors too...all 3 run off the 69.95 comressor too...all from lowes...

bcrawfo2 06-02-2005 07:58 PM

I see talk of $50 guns from Lowes. This seems to be the gravity fed one shown on their site. Is there sufficient benefit over the bottom fed gun available for $25? I can see that with gravity fed, you can use the last bit of solution in the can...where bottom fed, you might get some misses as the solution moves around (a bad thing).
Also...there seems to be talk about using an airbrush for face...is that for maneuverabity and a smaller spray pattern?
Could an occasional user get away with just the single gun mentioned above? A detail spray gun would get more re-use than an airbrush and just seems to make the job go faster.

Thanks
Scott

yoco 06-03-2005 06:18 AM

I had to get a new gun too. Over $100, expensive but what choice is there?


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