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New Paint Guns


Up to this point I've sent all my projects out for paint.  I just started painted the chassis, axles, and suspension parts of my current project and intend to continue with future projects... most likely start doing to body as well (although maybe not right away).

I've been using an old set of SATA guns that I got from a friend... but I'm interested in getting a new set of HVLP guns.  Just trying to figure out which ones would be most appropriate for me.

I'm not interested in getting an entry level set, just to upgrade in a year or so... nor can I justify spending $750 each on a set of top of the line SATA guns.  I'm looking at the DeVilbiss Finish Line and the Sharpe Razor guns. Any opinions on either (or something else entirely)?  

Is there any reason to spend the extra money on the Sharpe Razor over the DeVilbiss Finish Line? ...any measurable difference in quality or performance?

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks  




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I bought a set of devilbiss guns for about $80 bucks I got 3 guns paint ,primer and touch up I had never painted before but like anything the more time you take the better and the guns worked great, would have kept working if they didnt keep falling off the shelf i had them on. maybe i should have found a better place to put them haha 



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body work and prep work are key to a good paint job. spend a decent amount of money on a gun simply because the quality will be there to outlast the cheap stuff.

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