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Gravity-feed Spray Gun

Gravity-feed Spray Gun

Gravity-feed Spray Gun

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Gravity-feed Spray Gun

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A compact gun at a great price, chosen by StewMac guitar techs.

This modern gravity-feed spray gun works with a standard compressor and normal spray pressures (typically 35psi for lacquer). Similar to HVLP guns (high volume, low pressure), this highly efficient gun produces consistent atomization and reduced overspray. Your finish coats will be more even than ever before, making final sanding and polishing a breeze!

Convenient 4-ounce see-through nylon cup with screw-on lid. Cleaning brush included. 0.8mm nozzle.

Requires an air hose with standard 1/4" NPT threads, regulator, and a compressor that produces at least 3 cfm at 90 psi. We recommend spraying nitrocellulose lacquer at 35 psi, and waterbase finish at 45 psi.



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2.0

You get what you pay for.

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Not a terrible gun but I would rather save up a little more money and purchase a different one. Definitely nothing to write home about.

3.0

Not bad for the price.

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First, be aware that this is a small "touchup" gun. It will not fit in any of the gravity feed gun stands that I know of. So far I've used it to finish a neck and it has done an OK job using CAB acrylic lacquer and vinyl sanding sealer - both from Sherwin Williams. I have three gripes however: 1) the pattern adjust knob is very sloppy - does not feel very well-seated. 2) When I adjust for the right amount of material, the trigger pull depth is almost max'ed which means you have to pull the trigger so far that it makes smooth handling of the gun very difficult. 3) The instructions do not even attempt to explain what the three controls are for - you're on your own. Still they are typical controls, so if you have any experience with sprayguns this should not be a problem.
All in all it's not too bad for $35, and at least it's not marked up from the big-box store equivalent. A good tool to have in your arsenal for small jobs, but I don't think I'll be using it for anything but necks and possibly sunbursts (assuming its atomization is good enough - TBD).

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