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Discussion in 'Airbrushes' started by Robbyrockett2, May 31, 2018.
On second thought/ maybe just a rebranded patriot with a few mods?
Got to admit, it's close. But no way would Badger break down and put an 1/8 BSP air connector on their products!!
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I'm callin it, its a patriot.
They definitely went there, LOL
It seems to use renegade needle chuck and trigger spring retainer
Yup, I think you're right, @Robbyrockett2. Patriot/Krome/Renegade with 1/8 BSP end on the air valve assembly... Say it ain't so? Not from me. More like BFT! I hate having to deal with all these darned converters and adapters.
Bare foot teens?
Blue force tracker?
LOL im not gonna put the first thing i thought of
LOL it actually is kinda cool if you're into badgers. 1/8 bsp, married rocker, wide 2 horn needle protector ,all stock. Plus you can finally unscrew an assembled air valve assembly
"Bare foot teens?" Ummm, No. Actually stands for 'Bout F-in' Time. And it should be. I do like Badgers, and not based on my as yet horrible productions made with said instruments.
They go together and apart easily and are just less twitchy about reassembly. Unlike my H&S Infinity.
first i was thinking more along the female anatomy lines for BFT, but then i thought that didnt really make much sense in context so i looked it up and just threw out the first few things that came up. LOL
I figured it out before i posted but still thought it would be fun to toss em in there
aircobra is even pretty cool name
Be fun to try one. When I know what I'm doing with what I have.
Odd for a Badger you can spray with the needle guard off. Two separate pieces like Iwata.
Looks like a SATA 4 to me. And they are a mixture of Badger parts. It is actually a good idea to swap the airvalve on your Badger for this 1/4" one and get rid of odd size couplings and adapters.
Looks about right.
Just checked the price at Coast for air valve. Ouch
I wonder what the price on the Cobraair will be?
Quite a few years ago when Marissa Oosterlee gave a class in the US at Badger's offices, they presented her with a Renegade with her name on. It had the 1/4" airvalve. So I do not know why Badger is still clinging to their old size or why they don't offer it to purchase.
I just got word that they are available in South Africa with all their spares and that price for the airvalve from Coast is really good. It has a removable two prong needle cap. And a user serviceable/adjustable needle bearing.
EDIT TO ALL MY PREVIOUS POSTS. I meant 1/8" airvalve, not 1/4".
Ouch is right! You can practically get two Badger air valve units for the same price.
Yep youre right andre the same setup, other than the needle protecter.