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Old 12-17-2010, 11:59 AM
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Well after suffering on with an old Badger 350 for far to long I had the last straw last night while doing some shading work and the gun absolutly would not stay consistant. It is being demoted to spraying backing white and Im going over to Hobby Lobby and picking up an Iwata HP-CS.
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Originally Posted by Reedy26
Well after suffering on with an old Badger 350 for far to long I had the last straw last night while doing some shading work and the gun absolutly would not stay consistant. It is being demoted to spraying backing white and Im going over to Hobby Lobby and picking up an Iwata HP-CS.
if you wait till monday they are real good about putting a 40% off anything in the store coupon on their site. right now the coupon is 30% off wilton products but that will change for next week.

keep an eye on this link or sign up for their email alerts they send the in stoor specials and the weekly coupon to your email.

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Does anyone have any experience with the Paasche Talon airbrush? I had one in my hand and it looked like it would be nice.

Any thoughts on this one?

Nevermind.............I posted before reading the entire thread on others thoughts.

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Originally Posted by Mikey M
Does anyone have any experience with the Paasche Talon airbrush? I had one in my hand and it looked like it would be nice.

Any thoughts on this one?

Nevermind.............I posted before reading the entire thread on others thoughts.
I will go ahead and tell you mine. I own 2 and love them. The spray real nice and are easy to clean. The one I bought came with all 3 needles. The largest will put out some paint and makes easy work of backing colors or large sections. A keeper for sure.
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Originally Posted by Bfutura15
I will go ahead and tell you mine. I own 2 and love them. The spray real nice and are easy to clean. The one I bought came with all 3 needles. The largest will put out some paint and makes easy work of backing colors or large sections. A keeper for sure.
Thanks for the info about it. I am going to go get it today.
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Originally Posted by Reedy26
Well after suffering on with an old Badger 350 for far to long I had the last straw last night while doing some shading work and the gun absolutly would not stay consistant. It is being demoted to spraying backing white and Im going over to Hobby Lobby and picking up an Iwata HP-CS.


here ya go the wait was worth it if you did wait...



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I have an Iwata hp-c but I prefer my Paasche Talon!
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there are ways to use that coupon multiple times a day. depends on how busy they are and how many registers are open. also if you are wearing a jacket then not..
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paasche talon been using it for a year it works very well it is my favorite
had several other brands of airbrushes the talon is the best
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this Air Brush any good?

Iwata HP-CR Revolution Airbrush

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Originally Posted by Graphite07
this Air Brush any good?

Iwata HP-CR Revolution Airbrush

That's an excellent AB for getting started. Also it comes standard with a .5mm needle/nozzle which is a plus.
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Sorry Im sure this has been sked before but, I just picked up an air compressor its a 3 gallon pancake that has 100 psi max, and has a 1/3 hp oiless motor, it has an adjustable out put on it will this work for airbrushing? I bought it to get into air brushing, I have been doing a lot of reading and researching and con't find real solid info on using non purpose compressors for airbrushing, besides some saying they work fine.

http://www.harborfreight.com/3-gallo...sor-95275.html
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That compressor will work fine, you just need to get a moisture filter before you use it.
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