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Discussion in 'Airbrushes' started by Joe T, Jun 11, 2018.


  1. DaveG

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    The Kkmoon is a different build from the PZ brushes. They are heavier, and maybe even have better finishes, but at least in the samples I have on hand, don't tend to work as well, or "feel" as good... The best side feed option I have found so far is the Master SB86. It is the same build as the 2cc and 9cc Pointzero brushes that I have written lots about. I have a bit more info on this brush on my FB page -
    https://www.facebook.com/pg/davegs.airbrush.exploration/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1078632708908983

    It can be a pretty nice brush - the one serious drawback is that is is quite long, especially in front of the trigger.
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    Cool. I hadnt seen those ones. I'd have a hard time paying $50 for a master though. I think I'd be more apt to just buy a vintage side feed first.
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    Yeah, I searched high and low for an unbranded version of this brush, which is how I wound up with the Kkmoon, and a couple others to boot. I also agree, I would not trade many of the Thayer Chandler Model A's I have picked up for under $30 for quite a few, very much more expensive brushes. As long as they still have a good nozzle, they are really hard to beat - and by far, most have been in decent shape when I received them.
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    You guys got me shopping again...lol. Why are these things so addicting
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    That’s the way it goes Brother Haha. You also got threadjacked again :laugh: . But hey, it’s a right of passage.
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    I've found them unbranded for a lot less, but no good US suppliers, just UK which negates the savings.
    Theyre sold as bd-181a, or td-181a, or ab-181a
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    Particularly with GSI related subjects
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    It’s all good info for me.
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