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Re: Which paint gun should I buy?

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Looks really nice. I love it when a person can turn out quality in less than ideal situations. It looks to me that you went about it the right way. Good job!

My opinion on the oil-less compressor was just my experience. What ever works for someone else is great.

Really my post above was just my opinion...I think some times we go overboard buying materials and equipment, thinking that is how you get quality. It really is about prep work and the guy behind the paint gun.

Sata guns are great, I used to own one, but really that kind of precision is mainly for the pro that needs dependability time and time again. I used to think the same thing about the old Binks #7, but when times and materials change, you need to change the equipment.

I've seen differant painters use the same equipment in a pressurized downdraft booth. One painter will paint a car without more than 1 speck of dirt in it. The other painters paint job will be full of dirt. Same gun, same high dollar spray booth. One job is washed and sent out the door, the other requires a day of sanding and buffing to be able to sell the job.

Its all about care and what are we 'shooting' for here. Are we painting a 1963 Ford Galaxie for a SEMA show or a '55 860 that's going out to bush hog the back 40. My 2. :)

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